Attorney General Eric Holder cautioned reporters about stories that might have a "negative impact on the national security."
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal and the Catholic archbishop of New Orleans have managed to halt construction of a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in New Orleans.
It has become a ritual of American politics that every three or four years, as the presidential hopefuls proceed at varying speeds and momentum toward the toward the starting gate of the world’s longest marathon, one or more of the Republican candidates will be asked if he or she believes in evolution. For Scott Walker, the big question on the science pop quiz came last week on the other side of the Atlantic.
President Obama’s nominee for attorney general may face more questioning from senators on Capitol Hill, as Senator David Vitter (R-La.), a member of the Judiciary Committee, said Thursday he plans an investigation into an episode in the law-enforcement career of Loretta Lynch that some are calling “Laundergate.”
A Texas grand jury last week might have set a precedent when it decided not to indict a marijuana grower who shot and killed a deputy sheriff during an early-morning raid on the man’s home.
A federal judge Wednesday ruled unconstitutional a collection of federal restrictions on the interstate transfer of handguns.
If Jeb Bush fails to nail down next year’s GOP presidential nomination, it won’t be from a shortage of cash.
President Obama Wednesday morning asked Congress to authorize the use of ground forces against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.
Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner announced an executive order Monday barring unions from requiring non-union state workers to pay the equivalence of dues, called “fair share” fees.
Why should the United States send lethal weapons to Ukraine? Whatever reasons are offered and debated, surely Senator Lindsey Graham’s feelings should not be among them.