After months of hedging, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton came out against the Keystone XL pipeline. She did so as much of the media attention was focused on Pope Francis' landing.
2016 Presidential Race
The Wisconsin governor bemoaned the rise of negative attacks in the GOP race, urging his remaining rivals to unite to stop front-runner Donald Trump.
His candidacy has floundered, so the Wisconsin governor is going back to what made him a hero to Republicans — taking on labor unions. But his sweeping efforts will likely run into stiff resistance.
The intraparty wind still blows in the House speaker's favor, at least for now. But that wind is likely to change in the near future.
When former Texas Gov. Rick Perry dropped out of the presidential race, a superPAC supporting him was left with millions of dollars in the bank. So where did it go? And what are the rules?
While Planned Parenthood weathers attacks and a potential government shutdown looms, Americans are deeply ambivalent on abortion.
Before Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders took the stage, hecklers at the state's Democratic Party convention on Saturday interrupted the DNC head, who has been criticized for not adding more debates.
Despite a campaign season that so far has been dominated by frustration and anger, Millennials don't seem angry — they're disappointed. But with who and what? And how will that affect their vote?
The Obama administration is kicking off a campaign to encourage legal immigrants in the country to become citizens, which could potentially swell voter rolls by millions before Election Day.
The announcement is welcome news for political campaigns, which all want to make it as seamless as possible for supporters to turn over their money and personal information.