Lawyers in the latest challenge to the Affordable Care Act say the high court's redistricting opinion helped them clear their biggest hurdle.
The State Department is bringing in a White House legal veteran with deep Democratic ties as part of its latest push to close its detention facility in Cuba.
Backers are pinning their hopes on a vote in the Senate, but it's unclear whether House GOP leaders ever will put a reauthorization on the floor.
Even if the visible power of white-nationalist groups diminishes, their online power lives on.
Ben Carson and Jim Webb don't see eye-to-eye on much, but they agree that the mentally ill should not be consigned to prison.
Contests, Don Draper, and 'The Enforcer': Presidential Campaigns Get Creative Ahead of Fundraising DeadlineBy Adam Wollner
From dinner invitations to shooting ranges to cartoon videos, campaigns are doing whatever they can to get the attention—and cash—of their supporters.
As big polluters make pledges, the Paris agreement comes into focus.
Officials announced that OPM's tool for submitting background-check forms will be taken offline for four to six weeks.
The lawsuit contends that the breach has caused financial and emotional harm.
The NSA's phone dragnet is back—for now.
The New Jersey governor is announcing his campaign in New Jersey this morning.