For the first time in decades, Republicans control the state's assembly, the senate, and the governor's mansion—and they're targeting unions.
Tuesday night was Hillary Clinton's party, and no amount of bad publicity was going to get in the way.
The Maryland lawmaker is viewed by some Democrats as Pelosi's preferred heir.
How much states can get involved has a lot to do with whether the FCC decides broadband inherently crosses state lines.
House Republican leaders say they're happy to help with a contingency plan if the Supreme Court invalidates Obamacare's tax credits in the 30-plus states that use the federal ...
The former secretary of State is, so far, largely letting her former colleagueshandle the controversy.
The president has little in the way of praise for the Israeli Prime Minister's address to Congress.
She's being scrutinized, but she's not having to answer questions. That luxury ends the day she launches.
Revelations that Clinton used private email at State erode trust among key environmental allies.
Josh Earnest said Tuesday that it's up to the State Department to handle how its employees use email correspondence to conduct official work.
Beyond the transparency concerns, security experts wonder whether the former secretary of State's emails were protected from foreign hackers.