A part of the McCain-Feingold reform law is being contested on behalf of wealthy candidates running for Congress.
A desire to build cross-party consensus in Senate rubs up against political perils of compromise.
She stresses her experience, especially as first lady, as her chief qualification to be president. Her career includes both accomplishments and missteps.
Virginia schools are the first to mandate Internet safety classes. But are kids listening?
A bill seeks to protect teacher advisers when student newspapers anger administrators.
J.P. Wammack is one of hundreds of people who put on public presentations of the 16th president at schools, libraries, and other venues.
A president needs inspiring rhetoric, savvy, and a like-minded public.
Petraeus and Crocker shared the stage with presidential hopefuls, who all had much at stake.
The case filed by Ecuadorean indigenous groups is one of the largest environmental suits against an oil firm and could set a precedent. Chevron dismisses it as a 'charade.'