The tea party is growing up, and while its ideas aren't changing, its tactics are changing rapidly.
The conservative movement, inside and outside of Congress, has been abuzz about what his renewed presence could mean for the incoming GOP Senate majority.
The junior senator from Texas, whose father emigrated from Cuba, said Wednesday that Obama's announcement is seriously misguided.
The Senate panel's current top Republican, a prominent immigration hawk, will have to step aside in January.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is demanding that Sprint refund consumers millions of dollars for unwanted charges.
The decision comes after the nation's largest theaters had pulled the film amid recent threats of terrorism from the "Guardians of the Peace" hackers.
A Missouri Rep. said women can be exempt from his proposed antiabortion bill, if they experienced a "legitimate rape."
A generational shift among Cuban-Americans in Florida is set to divide the community politically.
"I'm worried about the future of America," says Pearce. "We must stay vigilant."
Despite a crushing defeat this year, the search giant is already preparing for 2015 to push surveillance reform in Congress.