Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is making sure the military isn't taking over his state.
The former Arkansas governor begins his presidential race with long odds, but with a strategy for broader appeal.
According to a new poll, Americans care more about advancing the middle and working classes than closing the income gap.
The president is the only politician who was viewed more positively than negatively in a new NBC News/ Wall Street Journal poll.
Elizabeth Warren takes on the worrisome problem that's contributing to racial inequality.
Senators to introduce another anti-EPA bill, but eye courts as avenue for stopping regulations.
The Democratic National Committee announced Tuesday that it is sanctioning six debates, starting this fall.
He won the Iowa caucuses in 2008, and his advisors think that separates him from the competition.
Now, with the book's full release, Clinton's team going all out, suggesting they don't see the accusations as controversies that will burn themselves out, but rather as a fire ...
Republicans are using their control of both chambers of Congress to push language that would kill the effort once and for all.
The Constitution gives him power to bring justice to a broken system. It's called clemency.
In his final visit to the Late Show , the president talked to David Letterman about recent rioting in Baltimore.