He heavily criticizes the GOP for abandoning him after his controversial statements on rape.
It will launch an ad campaign pummeling four House Republicans over inaction on immigration reform.
POLITICO Pro Report: The cuts could save around $1.6 billion over the next five years.
State Senator Chris McDaniel asked the Mississippi Supreme Court on Monday for an emergency order forcing the Harrison County circuit clerk, Gayle Parker, to let him see original copies of poll books.
National Briefing | New England: Rhode Island: Independent Drops Out of Race for Mayor of Providence
Lorne Adrain dropped out of Providence’s mayoral race on Monday, a decision that could make the path to victory harder for the former mayor and two-time felon Vincent A. Cianci Jr.
National Briefing | Southwest: Texas: U.S. Opens Argument in Case Claiming Discrimination in Voting Maps
The Justice Department said on Monday that Texas lawmakers marginalized minority voters in electoral maps in a deliberate effort to racially discriminate and protect conservative incumbents.
The plan would end a week of fighting in the Gaza Strip that has left at least 185 people dead.
National Briefing | Washington: Group of Law Professors Urges Obama to Deny Religious Exemption in Order
The order would bar federal contractors from discriminating on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.
A man faces a second-degree murder charge in the death of his girlfriend, who was found bludgeoned in her suburban New Orleans apartment over the weekend, officials said Monday.
Customs inspectors at Los Angeles International Airport seized a shipment of several dozen live giant African snails.
A Mexican federal judge sent Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi back to prison Wednesday after he made his first official courtroom appearance.
The federal appeals court reinstated the 2008 conspiracy conviction of a detainee at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, but the long-awaited decision was more confusing than clarifying.
Opinion: Tom Steyer reconciles his old work with fossil fuels with his current activism.
What would the ideal candidate--someone who could actually win without repealing the platform's essential components--look like?
An arrest in Libya led the Justice Department to delay suing the bank over mortgage securities, opening the door to last-minute talks that have culminated in a settlement expected to be announced Monday.
Lawmakers expressed support for a bill that they say would address safety concerns that arose when the U.S. Supreme Court struck down buffer zones for demonstrators at abortion clinics.
Lawyers defending the estate of a former member of the Navy SEALs in a defamation case filed by the former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura played audio and video clips of Mr. Ventura and read quotes from his books for jurors.
The former manager of a northern New Jersey diner pleaded guilty Monday in what authorities say was a foiled plot to kill the co-owner of the restaurant, who is his uncle by marriage.
The former NYC mayor donates $250,000 to the senator's primary against a tea party opponent.
CNN finds dozens of employees from Disney as well as Universal Studios and SeaWorld have been arrested in connection to child-sex crimes since 2006.