An Associated Press review reveals Hillary Clinton's official calendar doesn't include information about at least 75 meetings she had as Secretary of State.
A polarized Congress is pushing lawmakers of both parties toward more obstructionist means of wielding power. How Americans view them often depends on where they stand.
The number of Republicans turning to the Libertarian Party rather than vote for Donald Trump are small. But they're growing, and for the party – and perhaps the race – they're significant.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio's decision to run for reelection boosts the Republicans' chances of holding onto the Senate. But Senator Rubio is not a shoo-in.
Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida is running for reelection. Despite losing the state's Republican primary for president, initial polling shows Senator Rubio ahead Democratic counterparts.
The bipartisan legislation updates the rules for tens of thousands of chemicals and standardizes safety standards governing the chemical industry.
The mood of a US naturalization ceremony in New York, on World Refugee Day, stands in contrast to political and media rhetoric that has emphasized fear, frustration, and wariness of refugees.
The underdog movement to remove Britain from the European Union echoed the rhetoric of Donald Trump in many ways, and that is instructive.
In the absence of a federal ban, seven states and a handful of municipalities have outlawed assault weapons. But their impact has been slight.
The Vermont senator told MSNBC's 'Morning Joe' that he will vote for Hillary Clinton in November, and "will do everything I can to defeat Donald Trump."
The email was cited in a May State Department audit that concluded Clinton and her team ignored clear internal guidance on her email setup, and could have left sensitive material vulnerable to hackers.
Sen. Susan Collins rallied a bipartisan majority of 52 senators who supported her effort to prevent suspected terrorists from buying guns – a significant achievement, even if it ultimately fell short.
Australia has had no mass shootings in two decades, according to new research on Australian gun control laws. But some experts say similar measures are unlikely to be successful in the US.
The tools to shape democracy will evolve in the touchscreen era. Here's a glimpse of what could lie ahead.
A Siberian tiger cools itself in the pool of the tigers' enclosure at the Gyongyos Zoo in Gyongyos, Hungary, on Friday. The highest daytime temperature reaches 96.8 Fahrenheit throughout the country.
Liberal-minded donors shelled out the most cash for the 2014 midterms – at least among groups that must disclose what they raise and spend.
Demographics and dislike for Trump work to Democrats' advantage, but congressional campaign officials are cautious with their predictions.
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