The measure would have prevented young people who were brought into the United States illegally as children from enlisting in the military.
Gun control is always a polarizing subject, and especially after an event like the Orlando shootings. But constructive conversation is possible. Stephen Colbert just showed how.
If America is going to be safer tomorrow than it is today, ego-driven partisanship must give way to a problem-solving patriotism from both the left and the right.
Is this a sign of how a President Trump would handle media criticism?
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump drew contradictory lessons from the shooting in Orlando, outlining divergent paths forward on gun control.
Demographics and dislike for Trump work to Democrats' advantage, but congressional campaign officials are cautious with their predictions.
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.'
Building a wall is one of Donald Trump's big applause lines. But why? Some research surveys suggest that many Trump followers aren’t so much anti-Hispanic as they are worried about the perceived effect of immigration on their culture and pocketbooks.
Donald Trump touts tax relief for ordinary Americans. But thanks in part to Reagan-era tax reform, 45 percent of households already pay no federal income tax.
Think Elizabeth Warren is attacking Donald Trump on her own? All signs point to coordination with Hillary Clinton's campaign.