On May 12 Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff was replaced by interim President Michel Temer. Other than that, nothing has changed.
Illinois Governor Rauner vetoed a bill cutting back Chicago's underfunded pension plans to under $900 million, saying he was tired of politicians kicking the can down the road.
Trump should ask Sanders why, since socialism is imploding and likely leading to starvation in Venezuela, he wants to adopt it here.
If the other three pending investigations show the same disregard for protocol by the former Secretary of State as the State Department’s Office of Inspector General, her campaign for president could end in disaster.
Gun-rights groups filed suit against Seattle's gun and ammo tax, but the tax was upheld. On January 4, the plaintiffs sent the lawsuit to a state Court of Appeals for review. A decision is expected by late summer or early fall.
Anonymous “U.S. officials” said that the FBI has, once again, been investigating Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe for possibly violating campaign finance rules.
Although no line-by-line comparison exists on views held by the presumptive candidates, there is a clear winner on the question of the Second Amendment.
Trump continues to gain momentum — and money — while Clinton flails away at her persistent rival Bernie Sanders.
The House Oversight Committee, chaired by Jason Chaffetz, introduced a resolution to censure IRS Commissioner John Koskinen for misconduct while IRS head.