Ferguson, Missouri police chief Tom Jackson is hitting back at Attorney General Eric Holder who recently called for "wholesale change" at the Ferguson police department.
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Michelle Nunn, the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate in Georgia, is campaigning on Friday with former President Bill Clinton, a man her father, former senator Sam Nunn, called a bad role model who possibly needed to resign from office for his dishonesty during the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
Milton Wolf -- the tea party cousin of President Obama -- answered a lingering question Thursday by endorsing Kansas Republican Pat Roberts, his primary opponent, for senate.
The ability to provide guitar lessons, a petting zoo and an organic garden to unaccompanied alien children does not gel with claims the Department of Health and Human Service made this summer that its resources had been stretched too thin to deal with the heavy influx of the minors, according to U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley.
President Barack Obama is a hack, at least on the golf course, according to former NBA great and golf aficionado Michael Jordan.
Attorney General Eric Holder says that he is beyond exasperated -- he is "mad," in fact -- at the leaks pouring out of the investigation into the police shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.
Wendy Davis' new memoir appears to have something in common with her Texas gubernatorial candidacy: nobody's buying.
A vice president with the nation's largest labor union, the AFL-CIO, is eager for a new immigration center in Jersey City, N.J. to get started on its work of churning out new Democratic voters.
Ferguson, Missouri's police chief and mayor are denying a CNN report that the embattled chief, Tom Jackson, will step down as early as next week as the town awaits a grand jury decision on whether it will charge police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown.
The Texas state representative who mocked state Attorney General Greg Abbott's disability at a campaign event attended by Democratic gubernatorial nominee Wendy Davis over the weekend is accusing a political tracker of lying about her remarks, even though they are clearly heard on tape.
"Aspergery." "Coward." "Chickenshit."
A former CBS News investigative reporter believes the federal government tampered with her computer and bugged her phone lines because of her coverage of stories seen as potentially damaging to the Obama administration.
Even though a DNA test proved Carnell Alexander is not the father of a child a woman claimed was his on a welfare benefits form, the state of Michigan says he must pay $30,000 to settle the case -- or go to prison.
Texas state Sen. Wendy Davis shared the stage at a recent campaign event with a fellow Democratic state lawmaker who mocked the disability of state Attorney General Greg Abbott, who is running against Davis for governor.
Two Muslim students at the University of California, Berkeley claim that liberal HBO talk show host Bill Maher is racist and bigoted, and they have started an online petition to demand that school officials rescind an offer to have him speak at their fall commencement in December.
While he was early voting on Friday, a Douglasville, Georgia man says he was asked to remove a hat he wears everywhere, one that reads "NRA Instructor," because poll workers said it was too closely associated with the Republican party.
Thom Tillis, the Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate in North Carolina, pushed a law that contributed to the 2012 shooting death of Trayvon Martin in Florida.
A California highway patrolman says that for several years he has participated in a "game" in which he and other police officers shared explicit pictures they had taken from the cell phones of female arrestees.
The top Democrat on the Federal Election Commission is calling for a "re-examination" of regulations on Internet political advertising, a move some claim will harm the "last vestige" of free speech in the political system and end up targeting right-leaning websites.