Which party is more trustworthy: Democrats or Republicans? It all depends on the issues, a new poll shows.
On the same day former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush took a step toward a presidential run, a new poll has good news for him — even if former GOP nominee Mitt Romney would have the edge if he takes a third whack at the White House.
There isn't much for Vice President Joe Biden to smile about in a newly-released poll.
Americans' job approval rating of Congress remained at near-record lows in 2014, a new Gallup poll shows.
We all know that corruption is common in Illinois government and costs each taxpayer more than $1,300 a year, but there is some good news — it could be worse, according to a new study.
The next time you're booking a flight — especially to Asia — be thankful that you're not footing the bill to travel with President Barack Obama. Because it doesn't come cheap.
While President Barack Obama was delivering his speech on executive action on immigration, America — and some parts of the world — was busy tweeting away.
Not only do Democrats and Republicans have different preferences when it comes to social issues, but data also shows there's clearly a preference when it comes to baby names as well.
While the second sign-up season for Obamacare is gearing up and Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell said she expects "strong and healthy growth" for 2015, Americans' disapproval of the Affordable Care Act has hit an all-time high.
Comptroller Judy Baar Topinka has warned that rolling back the temporary state income tax increase "will cause the state to have a heart attack," but that's just fine with a majority of Illinois residents, a newly-released poll shows. There's also bad news for the
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