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Moscow’s annexation of Crimea was condemned worldwide, but some people in Alaska apparently are yearning for the days when they, too, were part of Mother Russia.
The mayor of Charlotte, N.C. -- the state's largest city and the site of the 2012 Democratic National Convention -- resigned Wednesday hours after he was charged with federal public corruption and accused of taking bribes in an FBI sting.
A longtime California politician who was praised for his efforts to make government more transparent and authored gun control legislation was arrested Wednesday, accused of conspiracy to deal firearms and wire fraud.
The GOP is reluctant to vote on the divisive issue in an election year, especially with all signs pointing to major gains for Republicans in the November midterms.
Gov. Rick Snyder says Michigan won't recognize more than 300 same-sex marriages performed last weekend.
House Speaker John Boehner said Wednesday that he and top Senate Democrat Harry Reid have reached agreement on legislation to forestall a looming 24 percent cut in Medicare payments to doctors.
People convicted of minor domestic violence offenses can be barred from possessing guns even in states where no proof of physical violence is required to support the domestic violence charge, the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday. The case involved James Castleman, who pleaded guilty to misdemeanor domestic assault against the mother of his child in 2001 in Tennessee. He was then charged in 2009 with illegal possession of a firearm after he and his wife were accused of buying guns and selling them on the black market.
The chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee threatened to hold the IRS commissioner in contempt of Congress if he does not turn over emails from embattled ex-IRS official Lois Lerner and others.
President Obama threatened a new round of sanctions against Russia on Wednesday, this time aimed at the country’s energy sector.
The defendants also filed motions seeking dismissal of all but two of the 14 charges against them.
Latest ObamaCare delay won't be enough for vulnerable Dems, insurers worried about costs in votes and premiums.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Champ, who is listed as an “engineer and businessman” on the California election website, has a lengthy rap sheet.
A defense contractor report produced for the Office of Net Assessment, the Pentagon’s think tank on future warfare, describes in detail China’s “Three Warfares” as psychological, media, and legal operations.
According to the most recent personal income report from the federal Bureau of Economic Analysis, the oil-rich plains state is once again leading the nation in personal income growth.
House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camphas proposed an end to the federal giveaways and Rep. Pompeo of Kansas has introduced a similar bill.
Hourly workers who rely on tips for a living are turning to the states in a bid to boost their base pay, as the minimum wage debate stalls in Congress -- though business groups warn the move could backfire.
Every political campaign these days needs a full-blown strategy on how to reach voters through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social media outlets.
A Massachusetts juvenile court judge awarded "permanent" custody of a Connecticut teenager at the center of an interstate custody battle to the state of Massachusetts on Tuesday in a major setback for her family fighting for her return.
The administration has blown through another ObamaCare deadline, extending the federal exchange sign-up for some to mid-April from March 31.
A federal appeals court on Tuesday upheld two San Francisco gun laws challenged by the National Rifle Association and gun owners who live in the city.