Gloria Cain will appear on Fox News Monday night to defend her husband, who has been accused of sexual harassment. Gloria Cain could change the momentum or be 'too little, too late.'
The announcement from the US Supreme Court about considering the health-care law was greeted across the ideological spectrum as a positive development – but for different reasons.
GOP polls show big gains for Newt Gingrich, ranking ahead of or even with Mitt Romney. One of the GOP polls cites Gingrich's 'amazing comeback.' The other notes he would lose to Obama in a head-to-head matchup.
Waterboarding, an interrogation technique that simulates drowning, was endorsed by Republican presidential candidates Herman Cain and Michele Bachmann. 'They're wrong,' said Obama in a press conference. 'Waterboarding is torture.'
Riot police moved into an Occupy Oakland encampment, removing occupants and taking down tents on Monday.
Insider trading by members of Congress is legal, according to a '60 Minutes' program Sunday. But there is legislation that would make it illegal.
The Supreme Court agreed on Monday to rule on the constitutionality of a provision in President Obama's healthcare law that requires all Americans to buy health insurance.
Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of the former president and the current secretary of State, will work on stories for the 'Making a Difference' series. Chelsea Clinton will be a special correspondent on NBC's 'Nightly News.'
The Obama health-care law hangs in the balance, as the Supreme Court opts to hear challenges to its constitutionality. But the case is also about the power of Congress and the role of Supreme Court precedent.
Penn State scandal: At least six TV advertisers, including Cars.com, pulled their ads from Penn State football games.
Sexual misconduct allegations against GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain have put a spotlight on secret settlements, which many businesses are turning to in sexual harassment cases.
Oakland police began arresting Occupy Oakland protesters Monday morning, and taking down tents. Police in Portland, Philadelphia, and Salt Lake City also moved to remove Occupy protest camps from their cities.
Gloria Cain, Herman Cain's wife, is speaking out for the first time on the sexual harassment allegations. Tonight, Gloria Cain does an interview on Fox TV.
Sexual harassment ranges from annoying to illegal. There was a time when it was "accepted" as a form of hazing, the price of being a woman in the workplace. Teasing, groping, and worse were often tolerated, as was employee termination if a woman didn’t provide sexual favors to her harasser. That began to change as women sought redress through the courts in the 1970s and '80s. A growing body of legal precedents and the passage of laws strengthening the Civil Rights Act have made the threat of a sexual harassment lawsuit a serious financial risk for companies today. Here's a look at some of the legal moves and high-profile cases that have raised awareness of this issue.
Public Opinion Strategies pollster Neil Newhouse and Momentum Analysis president Margie Omero found so-called Walmart moms smarting from pain in the pocketbook - and frustrated by a lack of discernible help from Congress and President Obama.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett says the assistant coach who witnessed the sexual assault on a boy did not meet "a moral obligation that all of us would have." Corbett said he expects more allegations of abuse to materialize, and he's pushing for tougher laws on reporting such abuse.
Police began moving in on a downtown park Sunday, where a few hundred Occupy Portland demonstrators have remained in defiance of an eviction order. In other cities, officials also are closing encampments.
Mitt Romney and Barack Obama seem to be running against each other, even though it'll be months before Republicans choose their champion to run against the President. Many political operatives also are focusing on this two-man fight.
City officials around the country continue to skirmish with "occupy" protesters. Portland, Oregon, set Sunday deadline for protesters to vacate but backed down after thousands showed up.
Saturday night's GOP presidential debate focused on national security and foreign policy. There were some important differences among the candidates, but all promised to be tougher than President Obama.