The lawsuit claims the president's move to rescind the immigration program was motivated by discrimination.
Claiming "it's over," Trump turns attention to "crooked Hillary"; Sanders pledges to stay in the race despite Tuesday's drubbing. Take a look at the final results and watch the victors' speeches.
Clinton, who promised to crack down on "outrageous tax havens and loopholes" if elected president, has business dealings registered at a building that has helped Wal-Mart, Apple, American Airlines and tens of thousands of other companies avoid hundreds of millions of dollars in taxes.
There are few moments of grace in our politics these days, especially where conflicts over religion are concerned. Last week, I witnessed one.
Charter schools are often promoted as a tool to address educational inequities, but a potential precedent-setting legal case launched earlier this month says the opposite.
A look at the day's political happenings, including another state legalizes gay marriage and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie reveals how he's trying to slim down.
Christine O'Donnell raised a record $73 million in her 2010 bid to represent Delaware in the US Senate, but allegations about how she spent that money and funds from previous campaigns have led to a criminal investigation by federal prosecutors and the FBI (more).
"To tell you the truth, I don't know if there's anything about that in the Constitution," she added. "In the version of the Constitution that I read, Big Bird didn't mention it."
If there is one candidate who truly wishes that Christine O'Donnell had not won the Republican senatorial nomination in Delaware, it is the Republican Senate candidate in Pennsylvania, Pat Toomey.
Each election cycle brings fun new ways to mock politicians using the wonders of technology. Here's something that candidates haven't really had to contend with until now: Watch as Christine O'Donnell's "I'm not a witch" spot gets the remix treatment, complete with auto-tune action.