At campaign fund-raisers and rallies, President Obama is contrasting the Republicans of today with John McCain and others in the GOP who were more willing to work in bipartisan fashion.
Mitt Romney’s chances of winning his party’s nomination increase daily. He's reframing his campaign to take on Barack Obama, who's also approaching full-campaign mode with an eye on Romney.
New Hampshire Governor John Lynch has threatened a veto, but that hasn't stopped some N.H. legislators from moving towards repeal of the two year-old gay marriage law.
The graduation rate rose by 3.5 percent between 2002 and 2009, according to a new report. But 10 states had lower graduation rates in 2009 than in 2002.
The malfunction was detected as scientists prepared for the late-night launch rocket launches, which were scheduled to blast off within about five minutes of one another at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility on Wallops Island, Va.
As talk goes nuclear, a journalist gets a taste of the culture.
Why Americans now carry handguns in so many public places, from parks to college campuses. Is it making the country safer or more dangerous?
On paper, Mitt Romney can clinch the nomination without winning many die-hard red states. But a surge by Rick Santorum in the South could spell big trouble for the frontrunner.
As home foreclosures put a drag on the US economy, 250 community land trusts across the US use one-time taxpayer subsidies to help low-income homebuyers and stabilize communities.
Mitt Romney won six of 10 Super Tuesday contests, enough to retain his front-runner status. But his hair-breadth's win in Ohio was not a convincing one, and the next states to vote don't favor him.