Democrats are battling a growing number of states that are preparing to implement tougher voter identification laws.
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This past weekend Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was caught donning a white, 1990’s-esque scrunchie.
White House party crasher Michaele Salahi won’t need to break into her latest event.
The day after Rep. Michele Bachmann announced her bid for the White House, one conservative group released a glowing review of the presidential candidate’s record.
As the federal dime dwindles down, the end of stimulus funds may be partially to blame for tough decisions legislators are forced to make in state budget showdowns.
President Barack Obama may announce his much anticipated decision on the Afghanistan troop drawdown later this week.
Just weeks after Republicans blocked Elizabeth Warren’s appointment to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) on Memorial Day weekend, a group of GOP House members is looking to prevent future recess appointments over holiday weekends.
Former presidential candidate Howard Dean showed he wasn’t opposed to being labeled a fiscal conservative at a panel held by the National Press Club on Thursday.
The Twitter world exploded with Weiner jokes, as tweeters took advantage of possibly their last opportune moment to make fun of former Rep. Anthony Weiner.
Rep. Jeff Landry took on regulations implemented by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OHSA) during hearings Wednesday.
President Barack Obama has placed some of his friends -- nearly 200 of them -- in high places.
As the pros complete their final strokes at the U.S. Open this Sunday, another set of high profile players will likely be teeing off just miles away.
Forty years after President Richard Nixon began the War on Drugs, some of those who enforced the policy are crying for its end.
Looks like no one can pass up the Weiner jokes, including the airline industry.
New York's Rep. Anthony Weiner (NY), has been called everything from a liar to a schmuck. And that's just in today's front pages which had choice words for the congressman who owned up Monday to sending racy photos and lying about them.
After leaving the evening news, Katie Couric will try her hand at a daytime audience.
Eager Wisconsin officials are telling workers they’ll still contribute more to employee benefits while Gov. Walker’s embattled legislation is stuck in the courts.
NBC News has hired ousted National Public Radio head Vivian Schiller.
Car sales aren’t weak for those dealing to the White House.