An aide to U.S. Senate candidate Chris McDaniel and two campaign supporters were locked in a Mississippi courthouse with the ballots from the primary voting early Wednesday morning, but they've been cleared of any criminal wrongdoing.

Just one day after a leading Republican warned that further releases of prisoners from the U.S. prison on Guantanamo Bay could lead to calls for his impeachment, President Barack Obama said Thursday he has "no apologies."

 

 

National Security Advisor Susan Rice may have reopened an administration credibility gap with her statement about Bowe Bergdahl's "battlefield" capture by the Taliban.

One of the two Northern California counties considering the question voted to proceed with the move toward secession, while voters in the other county rejected the measure.

The Seattle City Council's decision to raise the city’s minimum wage to $15 an hour was much more about advancing a political agenda than about improving economic conditions of the working poor.