Lois Lerner in the hot seat: Rep. Dave Camp set a committee vote for Wednesday on whether to refer Lois Lerner, who used to head the agency's tax-exempt division, to the Justice Department 'for possible criminal prosecution.'
If Scott Brown wins the GOP Senate primary in New Hampshire, he would face the incumbent, Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen. The state leans Democratic but harbors anti-Obama sentiment.
For decades, Turkey's elections have been considered largely free and fair. But irregularities in last week's provincial and local elections have undermined one of the remaining trusted institutions.
Pro-Russian demonstrators seized several buildings in Donetsk, Luhansk, and Kharkiv over the weekend and called for Crimean-style referendums on eastern Ukraine's future.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán won a second term Sunday. He brushed aside international criticism of tilting the playing field rightward against opposition parties.
Jeb Bush's defense of immigration reform is already changing the race, whether or not he opts to try a Bush three-peat in 2016. He's flushed a highly divisive issue out into the open.
The separatist Parti Québécois seeks a mandate to pass a bill that would ban hijabs, yarmulkes, and turbans in public buildings – a goal that clashes with Canadian multiculturalism.
Today is the first round of voting for India's next parliament, launching a five-week-long process that is the world's largest democratic exercise. A change at the top is predicted.
The activists demanded that a referendum be held no later than May 11 on the possible secession of the Donetsk region, which borders Russia.
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush told Fox News that he will decide by the end of this year whether or not to run for president in 2016.