WASHINGTON — The tumult over how to stop sexual assaults in the U.S. military is a long way from over as Congress grapples to find legislative solutions and new details emerge about a high-profile case involving an Army general and a female captain under his command.
WASHINGTON — Sen. Dick Durbin D-Ill. is part of a congressional delegation traveling to Ukraine on Thursday in advance of the Sunday vote in Crimea to opt out of Ukraine.
If you are not familiar with the lurid particulars of the past claims against the Clintons, just wait. As 2016 draws closer, the right wing will provide a refresher course for you.
If you've ever shown up to vote on Election Day only to be told your name isn't in the directory-like poll book, the Chicago Election Board now has a quick solution for that. Ditto, if you show at the wrong polling station and you're not sure where to go.
Over recent years, I’ve grown increasingly dismayed by the crude, rude, and downright nasty tone that has invaded not only political dialogue, but also our business and personal interactions.
After David Jolly won Tuesday's hotly-contested election in Florida to succeed late-Republican Rep. C.W. Bill Young, Speaker John Boehner enjoyed some bragging rights, while also pulling out the lipstick on a pig reference.
WASHINGTON — If the Obama administration’s health care plan is going to pass what amounts to its first physical, people have to sign up this month at a pretty speedy rate: 42 times a minute.
A now-ended series of attack ads paid for by labor unions appears to have done little damage to private equity investor Bruce Rauner with a new poll Wednesday showing support growing for the frontrunner in the four-way Republican primary for governor.
If Hillary Clinton doesn't run, is she just keeping the seat warm for Rahm Emanuel in 2016? Or if she does launch a presidential bid, could he be her running mate? One political strategist says either is possible.
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama will direct the Labor Department to strengthen overtime pay protections for millions of workers, a White House official said.
The New York Post didn't miss out on an opportunity to take a cheap shot at someone and this time it was President Barack Obama. Because well, it's the New York Post.
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