The underdog won't say Clinton's name, but behind the scenes, he's going after her.
The AFL-CIO is adamant about political candidates opposing the Trade Promotion Authority and Trans-Pacific Partnership. But they have limited options.
Justice Anthony Kennedy seemed to lean toward same-sex marriage, but not decisively.
The president spoke Tuesday about protests and looting in the city following the funeral of a black man who died while in police custody.
Vietnam is a clear winner. The United States? Not so much.
The effort would stop the spy agency's bulk collection of U.S. phone records, the first and one of the most controversial programs exposed by Edward Snowden nearly two ...
Aid groups say recent news of accidental hostage deaths should serve as a wake-up call for the public about the country's drone program.
The Japanese leader's visit, which starts Wednesday, will present a stark contrast to those of Iraq's Haider al-Abadi and Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu.
The new attorney general released a plan Monday to handle unrest in the city.
Congressman: 'Private' Relationship With Airline Lobbyist Doesn’t Influence Handling of Aviation BillBy Jason Plautz
Transportation and Infrastructure Chairman Bill Shuster said that his "personal, private relationship" with an airline lobbyist will not influence his work in drafting an aviat...