Greg Abbott, campaigning for Texas governor, remained tight-lipped Friday on Ted Nugent's saying that illegal immigrants should be treated as indentured servants and calling President Obama a 'subhuman mongrel.'
Democrats may be hard pressed to improve their numbers in Congress, but leaders in both parties acknowledge that Democrats have a natural advantage in races for governor.
Sen. Ted Cruz from Texas received one raucous standing ovation after another in Florida as he accepted the Sarasota Republican Party's 2014 Statesman of the Year Award.
George P. Bush wrapped up a five-week, 40-city bus tour geared to spread the word about his campaign to become Texas land commissioner.
President Obama met with the Dalai Lama at the White House on Friday, in a move that drew a bitter rebuke from China.
Newly released transcripts of the Federal Reserve's meetings in 2008 show the central bank struggling to keep the financial catastrophe from tipping the economy into a deep recession.
California has reached the snapping point, says venture capitalist Tim Draper, who is pushing a proposal to break the nation's most populous state into six pieces.
Ukraine President Viktor Yanukovych announced electoral and political concessions Friday after a week of deadly clashes between government forces and anti-government protesters in Kiev.
Fifty-nine percent of Americans still view Hillary Clinton favorably a year after she stepped down as secretary of state, while less than half see Joe Biden as viable.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would dominate Ohio in a presidential contest against seven leading Republicans if the election were held now, according to a Quinnipiac University poll.
President Obama's upcoming budget proposal won't include his past offer to accept lowered cost-of-living increases in Social Security and other benefit programs, the White House said.
Ted Cruz is a hero in some Republican circles -- and the opposite among many of his Senate GOP colleagues, especially those whose re-election chances he's put at risk.
Korn singer Jonathan Davis says President Obama uses pop stars like Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber and Kanye West to establish himself as a dictator.
Candidates in this year's U.S. Senate races collectively raised more than half a million dollars a day in 2013, suggesting never-ending campaign ads, mail and phone calls before November's elections.
President Obama met with Mexican and Canadian leaders eager to engage on issues of trade and other neighbor-to-neighbor interests, even as Congress pushes back against some of his top cross-border agenda items.