For a few minutes last week, Hillary Clinton sounded a little bit like, of all people, Ted Cruz.
Sen. Al Franken is leading the crusade against Comcast's purchase of Time Warner as the government nears a decision.
The proposed bill would update the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act to keep small violators from being charged under federal law.
The Interior Department says state and federal conservation efforts have paid off.
The 22-mile BeltLine paved over railroad tracks that separated dozens of Atlanta neighborhoods and that shaped racial and economic inequality for over a century.
A new study suggests there is a gap between how politicians discuss inequality and how voters look at it.
New state laws are attempting to immediately enroll the incarcerated—the majority of whom have health conditions—in Medicaid upon reentry.
New polling finds the public is concerned about the rising cost of prescription drugs.
Public opinion on Obamacare has split just about evenly between those who find it favorable and unfavorable, a Kaiser poll shows.