In the latest revelation to come from NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden, The Intercept reports that US and British intelligence services hacked into the world’s largest maker of SIM cards used in cell phones and next-generation credit cards.
Freezing temperatures are forcing many Americans who are not used to prepping their homes for cold to worry if they have done enough to protect their pipes from freezing.
The conservative group ForAmerica suggested that a Clinton campaign could use footage of Bush thanking Clinton 'to blunt any criticism that Bush levels against her.'
A Washington state judge has ruled in favor of a same-sex couple whose longtime florist, citing her Christian beliefs, refused to provide flowers for their wedding. A step towards progress, or just another skirmish in the so-called wedding-cake war?
President Obama's chief economist told reporters at a Monitor-hosted breakfast that 'three broad trends' will largely dictate the course of the US economy in 2015.
Fourth-graders and their families will have free access to national parks, but critics say that waiving fees may have adverse effects.
A Siberian Express has frozen the American side of the world-famous waterfall.
There are arguably a number of levels of meaning in Giuliani’s words that touch on Republican claims that the president does not believe in American exceptionalism and considers himself 'above it all.'
Historically, support for Israel has been a bipartisan affair on Capitol Hill. But the prospect of Prime Minister Netanyahu criticizing President Obama over Iran policy in a speech to Congress next month has sparked partisan ire.
Republicans took a hit in the polls after a government shutdown in 2013, yet still won control of Congress in 2014. This time, there is no Democratic majority to blame.
The generational changes that helped widen public acceptance of same-sex marriage are affecting Republicans, too. So is the deepening consensus that the debate on same-sex marriage is essentially over.
10 states are pushing for laws that would allow students to carry concealed firearms on college campuses in an attempt to prevent sexual assault.