Rep. Adam Schiff, ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, on Tuesday assessed the vulnerabilities of US civilian aviation.
The US State Department says that the public won't see any of Hillary Rodham Clinton's e-mails until January 2016, at the very earliest. What's behind the delay?
Some of the most visible progressives in the US think now is the time to pull policy in general, and the Democratic Party in particular, more toward their side of the political spectrum.
In an era of insta-political analysis – much of it damage assessment – the 'terrible, horrible, no good, very bad' phrase from a famous children's book has become a gem.
There is a slim segment of the population that still believes that George W. Bush's decision to go into Iraq was a good idea. But they won’t be the deciders in 2016.
Some companies go overseas to find cheap labor. Other companies find cheap labor in the US and they exploit it. It's tough for lawmakers to resolve the anxieties of globalization.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley, who is reportedly planning to announce his candidacy for president, could serve as a foil for Hillary Clinton, helping to better define her campaign.