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.
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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.
Departing from an unofficial policy that has been in place since the summer, President Barack Obama instructed Nina Pham - newly free of Ebola - to pose with him for a photo op in the Oval Office on Friday.
An attempt to make David Perdue, the Republican nominee for Senate in Georgia, look like a creepy old man by showing a video of him purportedly signing the stomach of a teenage girl backfired in grand fashion on Friday.
A Republican former state representative in Kansas who recently stumped for independent Greg Orman -- reportedly to buffer against accusations that he is a liberal -- has worked as an attorney for the candidate and owes him as much as $50,000.
The governor of Oklahoma is vowing to raise funds to repair a Ten Commandments monument near the state capitol building in Oklahoma City that a Satanist destroyed with his car Thursday night.
John Foust, a Democratic candidate for U.S. Congress in Virginia, has received campaign support from three men who have been investigated for ties to terrorist groups and another man who allegedly defrauded Medicare, while he has spoken at campaign events for a Muslim leader who once endorsed "the jihad way."
The Secret Service is shining light on two of its agents it says helped stop a man who jumped the White House fence on Wednesday.
Whistle-blowers and a U.S. senator are calling out a federal foreign aid agency's internal watchdog saying that it scrubbed key details and cut important sections from audits of aid programs.
New documents show that some of the 2,200 illegal immigrants released from Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody last year were violent criminals, despite the Obama administration's repeated insistence that those released had committed only "low-level" crimes.
A number of African American eyewitnesses to the police shooting death of Michael Brown have given testimony in front of a grand jury that supports Darren Wilson, the officer who shot the teen on Aug. 9 in Ferguson, Missouri.
A Democratic candidate for the Maine state legislature has listed herself as a medical doctor on campaign materials -- even though her medical license was revoked a decade ago.
Less than two weeks after first lady Michelle Obama mispronounced Iowa U.S. Senate candidate Bruce Braley's name seven times during a campaign stop, the Obama team did Braley a slight disservice once again on Tuesday.
Secret Service agents improperly diverted attention from their job monitoring the area near the White House to conduct welfare checks of a fellow agent's home in suburban Maryland following a private dispute.
A gunshot wound to Michael Brown's hand is consistent with someone reaching for a gun, a medical examiner who reviewed Brown's official autopsy tells the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Incumbent Democrat Jeanne Shaheen claimed in Tuesday's New Hampshire U.S. Senate debate that she has never opposed using nuclear power as an energy source, though her past statements tell a different story.
Georgia Democrats are using the police shooting of Michael Brown to help turn out the vote.
New Ebola czar Ron Klain was not in attendance at a White House meeting of the Ebola response team on Saturday night, the second powwow he's missed since the appointment was announced on Friday.
Colorado U.S. Sen. Mark Udall was unable to name the three books that have influenced him the most in his life during a television interview so he asked for a redo.