Reporters found that the computer server that handled Hillary Clinton’s e-mail during her tenure as secretary of State traced back to an Internet service registered to her home in Chappaqua, N.Y.
Republican Ben Carson announced Tuesday that he is forming an exploratory committee for a 2016 presidential bid.
Pakistan's ambassador to Washington, Jalil Abbas Jilani, told reporters at a Monitor Breakfast Tuesday that the country has seen heightened militant activity along its border as US troops have drawn down in eastern Afghanistan.
The White House announced on Tuesday that the first lady will be traveling to Japan and Cambodia to promote girls' education. Call it a placating-vacation.
Prior to Clinton, no secretary of State used personal e-mail exclusively. At the least, the action may have violated National Archives rules that government e-mails sent from personal accounts be preserved for historical record.
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Monday on an Arizona law that takes the redistricting process out of the hands of the state legislature. It's good to try to make redistricting less partisan, but that doesn't mean this move is constitutional.
Hillary Clinton’s use of a personal e-mail account to conduct government business as secretary of state violated both the letter and the spirit of federal record-keeping laws.
No House Speaker has ever been removed from office mid-Congress. One reason is that Speakers have the right to choose who will be recognized to make a motion from the floor. Without that recognition, a bid to remove a Speaker goes nowhere.
Scott Walker’s problem is that he clearly has changed positions on immigration reform, which he now dubs 'amnesty,' and it’s hard to argue that he hasn’t done so for purely political purposes
When Baltimore residents talk about Barbara Mikulski, who grew up and still lives in the city, the first thing they talk about is The Road – a proposed superhighway that ran into opposition from the future senator.
Fox News admits that Bill O'Reilly didn't actually see 'guys gun down nuns in El Salvador' or witness any bombings in Northern Ireland. Why Fox News is unlikely to suspend Bill O'Reilly for his exaggerations.
One survey found that 48 percent of registered voters disapprove of Republicans' invitation to Netanyahu to address Congress without notifying Obama. But Netanyahu is now seen positively by 30 percent of US voters, up from just 24 percent last August, according to a WSJ/NBC poll.
Barbara Mikulski, the longest-serving female senator in US history, has been a legislative force in her home state and the nation for a generation. In stepping down, she’ll create a huge political opening in a state where top-level positions are generally stable.