It is an ambitious plan for a divided government.
The U.S. is currently fighting in seven Muslim-majority countries, but you'd hardly know it listening to this year's candidates.
Far from what our Founding Fathers envisioned, the legislative branch has become a junior partner to the executive, a new study finds.
It's not yet determined whether the white suspect in the Kentucky supermarket shootings will face the death penalty.
Trump's opposition needs a new rallying cry, and the consumer rights advocate and former presidential candidate has just the slogan.
If Republicans succeed in dismantling Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, we can kiss what's left of our democracy goodbye.
When historical abuses are not addressed and resolved, they take new forms.
Strategies that let super PACs delay revealing their donors are gaining popularity among Democrats and Republicans alike.
Protesters interrupt the roll call several times before police remove them from the Senate gallery.