1 hr ago | WJHG-TV Panama City
This past legislative session, lawmakers worked to make massive changes to the election law to avoid major issues at the polls.
5 hrs ago | WAVE-TV Louisville
President Barack Obama's nominee for commerce secretary was questioned briefly about her ties to a subprime mortgage lender that failed in 2001 and her role as a beneficiary of family offshore trusts in the Bahamas, but those were minor bumps in an otherwise smooth Senate confirmation hearing Thursday.
7 hrs ago | WTEN-TV Albany
The Republican leaders of the House of Representatives are pledging to act to fix the nation's immigration system but making clear that they will not simply accept legislation passed by the Senate.
11 hrs ago | New Media Journal
Every day brings new revelations about who knew what about the IRS targeting conservative groups during President Obama's re-election campaign, but the overall impression is of a vast federal bureaucracy run amok.
13 hrs ago | Mail & Guardian
Barack Obama will renew his failed vow to close Guantanamo Bay and argue his drone war is legal and just.
17 hrs ago | GPB.org
President Obama speaks at Ellicott Dredges in Baltimore on May 17. The trip followed a visit by the company's president to Capitol Hill to testify in support of the Keystone XL pipeline.
In this picture taken on Saturday, May 11, 2013, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, right, joins hands with his close ally Esfandiar Rahim Mashaei, as he flashes a victory sign, at the start of their press conference, after registering the candidacy of Mashaei for the upcoming presidential election, at the election headquarters of the interior ... (more)
U.S. President Barack Obama makes a statement on the situation regarding the Internal Revenue Service May 15, 2013 in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC.
For a talented, creative few, there's David Letterman. For most, there's a labyrinth of paperwork, hard decisions and painful sacrifices that could have dramatic repercussions on their financial health decades from now.
Gov. Rick Scott has finished the fix of the flawed election law that relegated Florida to a late-night joke in 2012 by signing an elections clean-up bill passed on the final day of the legislative session.
This Sept. 13, 2012 file photo shows a cameraman filming one of U.S. consulate burnt out offices after an attack that killed four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens on the night of Tuesday, Sept.
White House press secretary Jay Carney listens to a question Dec. 14, 2012, during the daily press briefing at the White House in Washington.
The federal government has given the job of compiling statistics used by the State Department to analyze trends in global terrorism to an academic group, a move that may complicate accurate unclassified assessments of patterns of terrorist activity for years to come.
Summoned by Congress, a key figure in the Internal Revenue Service's targeting of conservative groups plans to invoke her constitutional right against self-incrimination and decline to testify at a congressional hearing on Wednesday.
President Obama has formally appointed the ten members of a special commission designed to look for improvements in U.S. election systems.
With the White House already reeling from three major controversies, some Republican lawmakers are zeroing in on what they perceive is another possible scandal tied to President Barack Obama's landmark health reform law just as it nears implementation.
His latest legislative achievements put him in the vanguard of his party's liberal base.