Coming in at No. 1 is philanthropist Marsha Z. Laufer, who has padded Democrats' bottom line by $384,900. Investment firm founder Charles R. Schwab comes in second, with $338,900 going to Repbublicans.
A new poll shows that voters consider Islamic terrorist group ISIS as a major threat to the United States and have an overwhelming amount of concern over President Barack Obama's strategy — or lack thereof — to deal with the problem.
LEFT: Scott K. Summers, candidate for Illinois governor. RIGHT: Sheldon Schafer, candidate for secretary of state.
Two Illinois Green Party candidates whose statewide slate was knocked off the ballot last month will run as write-in candidates this November.
In this handout image shows American journalist Steven Sotloff (center with black helmet) talking to Libyan rebels on the Al Dafniya front line on June 2, 2011 in Misrata, Libya. Sotloff was kidnapped in August 2013 near Aleppo, Syria. | Getty Images
BEIRUT — An Internet video posted online Tuesday purported to show the beheading of U.S. journalist Steven Sotloff by the Islamic State group, which called it retribution for continued U.S. airstrikes in Iraq.
More often than not, when healthcare reform is brought up, the impact and the interests of businesses are lumped together, as if each faces with the same challenges as the next.
Gov. Pat Quinn told reporters Tuesday that he's opted for water instead of iced tea while eating out.
On Tuesday, President Barack Obama delivered a message to Africans via the State Department, urging them to take precautions, and most importantly, don't touch the dead.
They say one Rand Paul campaign at a time is more than enough.
Here's a state-by-state glance on how Common Core is playing out across the United States.
Republican Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal filed a lawsuit against the Obama administration, accusing it of illegally manipulating federal grant money and regulations to force states to adopt the Common Core education standards. | AP file photo
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Millions of students will sit down at computers this year to take new tests rooted in the Common Core standards for math and reading, but policymakers in many states are having buyer's remorse.
Gerry Allen, a resident of North Lawndale on Chicago’s West Side, suffered for years with unmanaged diabetes. But, thanks to an expanded community health initiative launched in April 2012 between a local hospital and an insurance provider, he did something he thought he’d never do.
The Alaska Public Offices Commission ordered Fairbanks Mayor John Eberhart to pay the $37.50 fine in May after concluding he broke a state law in the October 2013 election by sending an email on his city council email account, and since then, Fairbanks has paid about $7,000 during appeals, city attorney Paul Ewers said.
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