Sen. Ted Cruz says it's early days yet to be thinking about 2016, concentrating instead on the GOP effort to regain control of the Senate this year.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said gun control advocates need to make opponents "afraid" as he announced $50 million for a new group.
Alison Lundergan Grimes outpaced Mitch McConnell in fundraising over the past three months, but the Democratic U.S. Senate candidate still trails the Senate Republican leader in available funds.
Letting the U.S. Highway Trust Fund to run dry could force widespread layoffs of construction workers and delay needed repairs and improvements to states' transportation infrastructure.
Wisconsin Republicans are going to vote at the next state GOP convention on whether to secede from the U.S., despite that unpleasantness 150 years ago.
Sen. John McCain dissed the European Union's sanctions on Russia following the crisis in Ukraine as "almost a joke" during a tour of the Baltic states.
An apparent FBI investigation into a security leak has temporarily shut down the effort to try five Guantanamo Bay prisoners for the Sept. 11 terror attack.
People whose parents got overpaid by Social Security are getting a reprieve for now.
The Internal Revenue Service is prepared to rewrite a controversial proposed rule regulating the political activities of non-profit groups to address complaints from the right and left that it goes too far.
A Texas judge selected a second grand jury in an investigation into whether Gov. Rick Perry abused his power by vetoing funding for public corruption prosecutors.
House Speaker John Boehner's tea party opponent in the Ohio GOP primary doesn't have much chance of winning, but that didn't stop him from taking a low blow in a campaign video.
Ukraine announced Tuesday that it had started counter-terrorism operations in the eastern part of the country, which is overrun by armed Russian separatists.
Edward Snowden says awarding the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service to the Washington Post and The Guardian for their reporting on the U.S. government's sweeping surveillance efforts is "vindication."
Activists are pushing for a constitutional amendment that would make Florida the first state in the South to legalize some pot for some uses.
Rep. Gloria Negrete McLeod has taken the lead on a letter to the House Appropriations Committee to ask for funding for various entrepreneurial development programs under the SBA.