An array of electronic devices analyzed in the Boston Marathon bombing investigation contained content from radical Muslim sources. But it's not clear who used them.
The US Supreme Court has agreed to examine whether states can maintain their traditional definition of marriage as a union of one man and one woman, or whether constitutional protections require the states to broaden their definition of marriage to include same-sex marriages. The high court has agreed to examine state laws in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, and Tennessee. The cases are expected to be argued April 28 and decided by late June.
Texas may soon allow people to carry concealed weapons on college campuses – one of a growing number of states weighing similar legislation.
The teeth of a congressional budget resolution is not in its policy. It's in the processes it establishes for legislation for the remainder of the fiscal year.
Despite a furor over her use of private e-mail for official business, poll show Clinton with massive leads in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination and in hypothetical general election matchups.