Former U.S. Secretary of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton got some digs against the Fox network in Twitter posts during the Super Bowl.
Perhaps no issue is more vexing for House Republicans than their looming, unavoidable responsibility to raise the debt ceiling.
Two medical marijuana bills have been stalled in Michigan's senate with no sign they will be moving forward anytime soon.
New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez acknowledges he's facing investigations by the Senate and Department of Justice.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew says he will start using emergency measures to keep the country from defaulting on its debt.
Elements of NATO are ready to destroy Syria's chemical weapons arsenal, after the U.S. expressed concern over the Syrian government's slow efforts to transport the toxic arms to its Mediterranean port.
Syrian military helicopters have dropped bombs on rebel-held areas in the northern city of Aleppo, rights groups and sources in Syria said over the weekend.
Conservative groups are mounting a major resistance effort against the Internal Revenue Service's post-tea party targeting scandal rules, which are designed to clamp down on outside groups' ability to organize as nonprofits and still play a role in political conversations.
Few topics lit up Twitter during the State of the Union address like myRA -- President Obama's proposal for a beginner's retirement savings program aimed at getting more workers to start socking away for their golden years.
U.S. Senate candidate Maxey Scherr revved up a group of Lubbock Democrats with her hope to "send John Cornyn home."
A former Port Authority official has evidence Gov. Chris Christie lied about the 'Bridgegate' scandal, his lawyer says.
President Obama on Friday won commitments from nearly 300 companies to reach out to the nearly 4 million Americans who have been jobless for six months or more, and called on Congress to reinstate unemployment benefits.
A Democratic push to boost the federal minimum wage to $10.10 an hour is a long shot in Congress this election year, but the party is eager to put it to a vote.
MSNBC's president Phil Griffin apologized to U.S. Republican National Committee chief Reince Priebus for a Twitter post and canned the staffer who posted it.
The strongest argument for immigration reform is that it makes financial sense, political experts told a University of Pennsylvania audience.