Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo is making direct appeals to CEOs and offering their companies large subsidies in an attempt to turn around the state's economy.
The Texas Nationalist Movement sought to build momentum for an independence referendum in Texas by drawing parallels between Brexit and Texit.
The presumptive Republican nominee said he would only ban Muslims from 'terror' countries, but wouldn't explain which ones.
Lighter winds have enabled firefighters to contain 10 percent of the blaze, but at least 2,500 homes remain threatened.
How Vermont's labeling law for genetically modified foods may change what America eats.
Despite a 22-year ban on financial aid for the incarcerated, Obama launched a pilot program to connect as many as 12,000 inmates to federal scholarships starting next month.
The number of Transportation Security Administration screeners is under scrutiny.
After Lone Star State parents had their 14th Amendment claim tossed out by an appeals court, the state Supreme Court granted victory on a technicality.
House Republicans released a plan for a simplified tax code on Friday, breaking with decades of tax legislation in hopes of appealing to tax-shy Millennials.
Bernie Sanders has maintained stamina, pledging to campaign for his platform, if not for himself. Will his supporters follow him for the long-run?