The movement isn't so much about Elizabeth Warren as it is about trying to push the Democratic Party in general, and Hillary Clinton in particular, in a more 'progressive' direction.
Joe Morrissey won 42 percent of the vote in a special election for the seat in the Virginia House of Delegates that he resigned. Last November, New York voters did something similar, reelecting Michael Grimm to the US House.
Romney, Bush, and Huckabee are all hinting they might be interested in running for president in 2016. Republicans usually fall in line when it comes to presidential nominating elections. They usually vote for the guy whose turn it is.
Starting this Friday, Duke University plans to have a regular Muslim call to prayer on campus. Most students support religious diversity, but off-campus critics are concerned by what it symbolizes.
Hiring John Podesta sends a clear, unmistakable signal that Hillary Clinton is running for president in 2016. Podesta would likely serve as a strategist and troubleshooter for Clinton.
If Wednesday's effort by the House to deny funds for the president's executive action on immigration doesn't work, the chair of the House Judiciary Committee says Congress should pursue litigation.
Many GOP leaders are less than thrilled by Mitt Romney's decision to run for president for a third time.
A rally protesting a church's decision to call off a gay woman’s memorial service again highlights the conflict between religious beliefs and laws against discrimination.
The judge in the trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev rejected defense claims that comparisons with the recent Charlie Hebdo killings in Paris led to 'extraordinary prejudice.'
The White House says that it was a mistake not to send someone of higher rank than ambassador to the Paris unity rally. But the world leaders who did attend didn't actually take part in the march, either.