Democrats are turning to Hillary Rodham Clinton as polls suggest her party could be losing ground among women heading into next month's elections.
Is compromise what voters really want, and do they think it's even possible?
Rep. Vance McAllister is trying to make up with Louisiana voters for getting too close to a married former employee.
A senior official with the U.S. Department of the Treasury described how the U.S. government is tracking and attempting to disrupt the Islamic State's financial foundation.
The preparations are aimed at avoiding violence during demonstrations that could follow an announcement of whether Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson will face a criminal trial for shooting Michael Brown to death.
The most powerful business group in the country is spending tens of millions of dollars to help Republicans win control of the Senate with one glaring omission — the tight Georgia Senate race.
Kurdish fighters have retaken a strategic hill near Kobani that could prove essential to further supply airdrops.
Republicans have turned a two-term president into a political punching bag while Democrats avert their eyes.
Turkey's president said Friday that Ankara would allow hundreds of Syrian rebels to travel to the embattled border town of Kobani to help Kurdish fighters there.
Russian President Vladimir Putin declared that the world will face new wars if Washington fails to respect the interests of other countries.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee has reversed its decision to provide funds for the Alison Lundergan Grimes in the race for Senate against opponent Republican Mitch McConnell.
A lawsuit says a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement attorney forged a document in an attempt to deport an immigrant seeking to stay in the country with his wife and children.
The attacker, identified as Michael Zehaf-Bibeau by Canadian media, was considered "high risk" and had seen his passport confiscated to stop him travelling abroad to join Islamic State.
A man is in custody after he climbed over the fence surrounding the White House and was tackled on the North Lawn by Secret Service agents and their dogs.
The libertarian-leaning Republican, a possible White House contender in 2016, is setting out the limits he sees for U.S. involvement in military conflicts.