The ascension of David Simas is meant as a message that the White House is serious about defending the party’s control of the Senate and mitigating losses in the House.
One person died and 30 others were injured in a massive pileup on Interstate 25 as a band of heavy snow moved through south Denver on Saturday, authorities said.
The Tutwiler women’s prison is rife with sexual crimes, the federal government says, but the appetite for costly reform in tough-on-crime Alabama appears minimal.
Russia’s use of its military in Ukraine has given Senator Marco Rubio of Florida an opening to emerge as a new foreign policy voice of the Republican Party.
An 8-year-old Cincinnati boy was fatally shot in the chest Saturday while one of his brothers was playing with a loaded handgun that he thought was a BB gun, police said.
An advocacy group balked at the terms of the deal, which would ban participants from wearing clothing identifying their sexual orientation.
Ron Wyden of Oregon contends that even the newest and sturdiest of tanks at a Washington State site show some of the same construction problems as one that began leaking in late 2012.
Thirteen pit bulls were found dead in a one-car garage that went up in flames and a New York man is facing 18 counts of felony and misdemeanor animal fighting charges.
The workplaces of Facebook, Twitter and Google may look whimsical. But each design is calculated to mirror its company’s values and culture.
An already toxic relationship between the two countries gets even worse.
Bob Corker wants to "immediately bring to bear all elements of our collective economic strength."
A sharp rise in the number of female missionaries points to a fundamental shift for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Former NFL star Darren Sharper has been fired by the NFL Network, the channel's vice president of communications told CNN.
A new U.S. Navy ship named to honor 40 passengers and crew killed when their hijacked United Airlines flight crashed as they fought with terrorists during the Sept. 11 attacks has been put into service in Philadelphia.
Saturated mountainsides loomed over foothill communities on Saturday as a storm centered off California rotated bands of rain into a state that sorely needs the moisture but not at such dangerously high rates.
Ukraine's acting president says he has stepped up security at critical infrastructure, including nuclear power plants.
The man who integrated the University of Mississippi in 1962 says the recent desecration of a statue of him should not deter black students from attending Ole Miss.
They got one part for the World War II-era bomber from under an elderly woman's porch in the next town, and another was bought from someone who had it hanging in a bar in Colorado. One chunk was a prop in a 1960s TV show, and the tail section was salvaged from a wreck deep in the Alaska wilderness.
Federal prosecutors want the convictions upheld for 16 Amish men and women who cut the hair and beards of fellow Amish in eastern Ohio.
The Colorado Republican is a rising star looking to make the state competitive for the GOP.