Senate Republicans are blocking legislation that they believe is intended to give a lift to Democrats in tough races.
If not the weather, what can retail CEOs blame for sluggish traffic? It's the economy, some say.
The newspaper editor shaped USA Today and worked for civil rights under John F. Kennedy.
For the first nine months of this budget year, the deficit has been down 28 percent from the same period in 2013.
The estranged wife of Ron Lee Haskell had taken out a protective order against him, well before police say he sought her out and, after failing to find her, killed four children and two adults.
He says the "corrosive" politics of Washington are undermining the U.S. national interest.
The second richest man in the world considers raising his stake to roughly 17 percent.
Press Secretary Josh Earnest says Obama enjoys watching LeBron James play.
Republicans could find their preferred June 28 start date for the convention impossible.
House Appropriations Committee Chairman Harold Rogers said the Obama administration's $3.7 billion border security request was too high.
Billionaire hedge fund manager David Einhorn is still alive after three days in the World Series of Poker Main Event.
Two investing pros weigh in on whether the bull run for stocks is over, and where they're putting their money.
Sam Wyly was found not liable for insider trading by a U.S. court after a federal jury found him guilty of fraud.
This decision follows incidents involving the improper handling of dangerous infectious agents.
A half dozen military tanks, along with armored vehicles, Scud missile launchers and high-powered guns are being auctioned.
The Illinois lawmaker blasts Kirk for seeking criminal records on the children along the border.
Darlena Cuhna joins Don Lemon to reveal the life circumstances that led her to drive a Mercedes to pick up food vouchers.
Issa calls on David Simas to provide testimony on that office's role in political campaigns.
The witnesses are a former assistant attorney general and a top Carter administration official.
LeBron James says he's going back to the Cleveland Cavaliers, and the Internet exploded in response.