Missouri's governor signed a bill to allow Americans with disabilities on Medicaid to keep more savings, allowing them to keep their health care while also preparing for emergency expenses.
Is this a sign of how a President Trump would handle media criticism?
States from Maine to New Mexico held vigils and marches to honor the victims who died over the weekend at a shooting at the popular gay nightclub Pulse in Florida on Sunday.
The juror addressed the letter to Judge Aaron Persky, writing he was 'absolutely shocked and appalled' at the six-month sentence imposed on the former swim star.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump drew contradictory lessons from the shooting in Orlando, outlining divergent paths forward on gun control.
The Baltimore Aquarium is heeding pressure on zoos and entertainment centers across the country to more humanely care for captive animals.
Following the mass shooting in Orlando, gun control proponents are calling for a renewed ban on so-called assault weapons. Gun control opponents say the ban would infringe on their Second Amendment rights.
Demographics and dislike for Trump work to Democrats' advantage, but congressional campaign officials are cautious with their predictions.
LGBT advocates say it is harder for gay and bisexual men to donate blood than it was for the Pulse nightclub gunman to purchase the semi-automatic rifle used in the shooting.
The word is ubiquitous during campaign season, reflecting journalists’ growing usurpation of the lingo of political and media advisers.
Sunday's terror attack in Orlando, Fla., was a reminder that one of a president's most important roles is not one that can be anticipated.
The two-term governor of Ohio once broke into tears inside his office, saying 'I really do love my fellow man.'
Police do not know the intentions of the Indiana man found with three assault rifles, high-powered magazines, ammunition, and explosive-making chemicals.