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In his first State of the City address, de Blasio announced he will ask Albany for permission to raise the minimum wage.
To get more people to sign up for health care, the state is bragging it will spend $150,000 on ads for the satirical news site The Onion.
Members of Virginia’s House of Delegates have voted to increase the state’s cap on refundable corporate income tax credits to the film industry from $5 million every two years to $25 million.
Taxpayers might never know why people working under Obama decided last July to bypass a privately owned fuel provider for Air Force One at the Chattanooga Airport, even though it had the military contract.
For Walker, who is weighing a 2016 presidential run, this Twitter maelstrom is a classic case of overreach by his opponents.
Do these 20-year-old observations have relevance for 2016?
The Washington Redskins issued a scathing response to two lawmakers Monday after they called for the team to change its controversial name.
A group of Republican legislators in Maryland have introduced legislation that would deny state support to federal agencies engaging in warrantless electronic surveillance in a move aimed at curtailing the federal government's power to monitor and track citizens.
Those who signed up for ObamaCare or were forced into it now are learning they're going to face some nasty surprises when they seek care.
Republicans renewed their calls to delay or repeal ObamaCare Monday after the Obama administration announced another delay in the requirement for businesses to provide health coverage to workers, giving some employers a reprieve next year while phasing in the mandate for others.
Karzai has delayed signing a deal that would allow some a small number of troops to stay in the country after NATO combat troops withdraw, creating friction with Washington.
The House Common Education Committee approved by a 15-1 vote legislation saying that public school students, teachers and other staff members can greet each other with such traditional phrases as merry Christmas, happy Hanukkah and happy holidays.
White House officials either failed to comprehend the situation in Benghazi or flat out ignored the dramatically deteriorating security there while preparing for the September 11th anniversary, according to a new report set to be released by the House Armed Services Committee Tuesday.
The only target of a Democrat-driven "John Doe" investigation to speak out publicly against what many Wisconsin conservatives see as a political witch hunt has made good on his promise to take prosecutors to court, charging they violated his civil rights.
A New Jersey legislative panel intensified efforts Monday to force two key aides to Gov. Chris Christie to turn over documents related to traffic gridlock near the George Washington Bridge as it authorized 18 more subpoenas.
Bossie, who worked as the chief investigator in the Congressional inquiry into the Whitewater scandal during Clinton’s presidency, said Clinton and her friend Diane Blair come across as willing to do whatever it took to control the message, especially when it came to Bill Clinton’s alleged affairs.
GOP leaders briefed rank-and-file GOP lawmakers at a meeting in the Capitol in hopes of passing it on Wednesday before departing Washington for a week-long vacation.
The arts and crafts business Hobby Lobby filed a Supreme Court brief Monday asking that its owners be protected from violating their religious beliefs by complying with the ObamaCare contraception mandate.
Krauthammer called the announcement “political decisions to minimize the impact leading up to an election.”