Attorneys rehearse arguments for and against suing the president for Obamacare delays.
The more spent against universal health care, the more Americans signed up
Allowing exceptions to the law on religious grounds could lead to sexual and racial discrimination
Democrats plan to use Hobby Lobby ruling to reinforce their "war on women" narrative
A decision set to come down Monday will clarify whether corporations are entitled to protection under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act
Confirmation battles are no longer simply between the president and the Senate. Even the House is in the game.
The Supreme Court had to choose between two constitutional rights on Thursday, and abortion rights lost out
The release of a secret memo reignites debate over the death by drone of an American-born terror suspect
The allegations against Walker include a "concerted effort to circumvent Wisconsin's campaign finance contribution prohibitions, limitations and disclosure requirements"
Republicans suspect Hillary Clinton is behind the timely arrest of the attack's mastermind
Brat is an Economics professor who has an affinity for Ayn Rand and was rated "hot" by his students
The most important cases SCOTUS is considering, and why they matter
Cantor's loss could scare Republicans off immigration reform, even as demographics make them vulnerable
Debacle over wait lists for veterans seeking health care brings down head of Veterans Affairs
The White House will announce major new carbon regulations. Climate politics may never be the same again.
Democrats are offering Republicans a stark choice on immigration reform: Pass a bill, or President Obama will go it alone
The Minority Leader's win sets up what could be the biggest election in the midterm battle for control of the Senate
As different narratives emerge about why she was fired, the former New York Times editor says "Show what you are made of."