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Confirmation that a second Texas health care worker has tested positive for Ebola is raising questions over whether the hospital and federal health officials really have a handle on containing the virus.
The Oregon Republican Party plans to file a complaint on Wednesday with the state’s Government Ethics Commission naming Gov. John Kitzhaber and his fiancée Cylvia Hayes.
Federal employees are running amok with government credit cards, making thousands of personal purchases at the public’s expense.
The University of Hawaii Center on Disability Studies gives gift cards to middle school students who participate in a controversial sex education program.
In the city where Bob Filner was forced to resign as mayor under a cloud of harassment claims, the Republican candidate for Congress – Carl DeMaio – is facing his own salacious accusations that have scrambled the race in its closing days.
The Connecticut governor, like many other Democrats in this midterm election, is locked in a dead-heat re-election race. But Malloy is daring to do something few other vulnerable Democrats would do -- campaign with President Barack Obama.
With Barack Obama in the most embattled phase of his presidency, you can feel the center of gravity shifting.
Dozens of American troops were exposed to chemical weapons stockpiled by former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein between 2004 and 2011, while the U.S. government kept the discoveries of the expired or degraded weapons secret from fellow troops and military doctors, according to a published report.
President Obama plans to wait on nominating a new attorney general to replace Eric Holder until shortly after the November election, setting up a likely battle in a lame-duck session despite calls from Republicans to wait even longer -- until the new Senate is seated.
U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu framed Louisiana's Senate election as a referendum on her three terms in office, not the policies of President Barack Obama.
Despite the 2012 Republican nominee’s continued assertions that he will not run for president again, Romney is still the top pick for likely Iowa Republican 2016 caucusgoers, according to a new poll.
Charles Krauthammer said Tuesday on "Special Report with Bret Baier" that Kentucky Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes' refusal to say whether she voted for President Obama is "preposterous" - but added that the tight race is a sign that Republicans may not be easily poised to take over the Senate in November.
Even in an era when media outlets sell access to their journalists at conferences and on cruises, a new promotion by the New York Times is truly troubling. The destination is Iran.
An indictment Tuesday of a Libyan militant already behind bars for the 2012 Benghazi attack that killed four Americans confirms that computers with sensitive and classified information were stolen from the consulate during the assault.
Brown, a former Massachusetts senator, led Shaheen by 1 point in a New England College poll released Tuesday.
The Supreme Court has blocked Texas from enforcing key parts of a 2013 law that would close all but eight of the state's abortion facilities.
A federal judge Tuesday blocked enforcement of a Wisconsin election law that's at the center of an investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's 2012 recall campaign and more than two dozen conservative groups.
A federal appeals court on Tuesday reinstated Texas' tough voter ID law for the November election, which the U.S. Justice Department had condemned as the state's latest means of suppressing minority voter turnout.
In a statement, the committee says it has spent more than $2 million in Kentucky and is still funding get-out-the-vote operations.
The Libertarian candidate running in the hotly contested Iowa Senate race died Monday night in a plane crash.