As the Obama administration hustles to fulfill the president's campaign promises to create equality for LGBT Americans, conservative groups are crying foul.
A spellbinding soundtrack of Chicago-style politicking is getting its world premiere as jurors at the trial of former Illinois Gov. Rod R. Blagojevich hear FBI tapes in which Mr. Blagojevich grows increasingly frustrated over efforts to make a deal for the Senate seat Barack Obama vacated after being elected president.
A legal defense fund set up for Sarah Palin when she was Alaska governor was illegal, an investigator for the state Personnel Board said Thursday.
From the outside, it's shaping up as a race neither candidate wants to win.
The president's most senior adviser on counterterrorism and homeland security says in an exclusive interview that citizens who pose a threat to the country are being tracked.
President Obama on Thursday declared he had succeeded in "resetting" the U.S.-Russia relationship.
President Obama rids himself of a particularly clueless general, but his fundamental problem remains.
At the current dizzying pace of technological progress and scientific discovery, the nation that fosters a strong knowledge-driven economy will lead the world in economic expansion. There is no doubt that technological innovation is a central driver of economic growth, as it directly supports more than 18 million jobs across the U.S. economy and accounts for approximately 60 percent of our exports.
Solicitor General Elena Kagan is too political, too leftist, too inexperienced and too disrespectful towards existing law to be confirmed for the U.S. Supreme Court. As Ms. Kagan's nomination hearings begin on Monday, what we now know about her should disturb fair-minded Americans, and should embolden moderate senators of both parties to avoid rubber-stamping her for a lifetime appointment.