Bruce Rauner, a Republican businessman who has never held elective office, has called for tax cuts in a state that received the worst credit rating in the country.
Before you dismiss President Obama's proposal of two years of free community college as frivolous government spending, let me toss a number out at you: 500%.
The unanimous vote reflects the poll's ongoing popularity with the base.
A woman who alleges she was gang-raped by three University of Oregon men's basketball players in March has filed a Title IX lawsuit against the university and head men's basketball coach Dana Altman.
A Michigan family is safe after the mini-van they were in became lodged underneath a semi-trailer truck and dragged for 16 miles through a snowstorm.
Michigan State Police had to use buses to evacuate people from a massive traffic pileup that also became a hazardous materials situation and included a fireworks explosion.
North Korea said it had told the United States that it would impose a temporary moratorium on nuclear tests if Washington canceled its joint annual military exercises with South Korea.
The FBI is digging into an explosion that happened near the NAACP office in Colorado. CNN's Ed Lavandera reports.
George Zimmerman -- the man acquitted by a Florida jury over the death of Trayvon Martin -- was arrested Friday in Florida on suspicion of domestic violence with a weapon, local authorities said.
It's a policy package of executive actions and proposed legislation to promote cyberthreat information sharing.
The protests against police shootings are a referendum on the black condition since the Great Migration.
Fitness clubs are adapting to the challenge presented by the latest tech fad: wearables.
Speeches in the coming week will address identity theft, privacy, protections for government and company computers, and high-speed broadband access.