The White House confirmed Wednesday that President Obama may seek an international deal on climate change without getting that agreement cleared by Congress.
The Department of Justice announced that former Iowa State Sen. Kent Sorenson pleaded guilty Wednesday to concealing payments he received from former Rep. Ron Paul’s presidential campaign in exchange for his support.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has insisted that he will not run for president again in 2016 but admitted in an interview Tuesday that “circumstances can change.”
Well, there you go. Dr. Ben Carson had a heartland victory with a “whopping” 62 percent of the vote in a presidential straw poll conducted at the Polk County Republican Party Dinner on Sunday night, which took place in Des Moines but drew attendees from as far away as Minneapolis, who were anxious to yell “Run, Ben, Run” and witness the good doctor’s stirring speech.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s indictment on felony corruption charges means he can no longer carry a concealed weapon under state law.
Obamacare customers in Arkansas will see a net decrease of 2 percent in premium costs on the state’s marketplace in 2015, Gov. Mike Beebe has announced — a development that could impact the state’s high-profile U.S. Senate race.
The Obama administration is looking to reach “a sweeping international climate change agreement” that would not be a formal treaty that would require a two-thirds Senate approval — which almost certainly would never happen, The New York Times reported.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal said he was filing a lawsuit on Wednesday against the Obama administration over alleged manipulation of grant money to force states to accept Common Core as their school standards.
In the wake of the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager in Missouri, supporters of a “Michael Brown law” that would require police to wear a camera have successfully petitioned the White House for a response to the proposal.
A New York police union official is urging Mayor Bill de Blasio not to allow the Democratic National Convention to be held in Brooklyn, while accusing the liberal Democrat of making the city less safe.
A new poll shows that Democrats are ahead of Republicans on the generic ballot heading into the midterm elections.
Former Florida Rep. Joe Scarborough said Wednesday that the Founding Fathers did not write the Second Amendment to allow children to fire semi-automatic machine guns.