Politics of the United States
A more comprehensive civil rights bill will be introduced later this spring.
The transgender worker wasn't allowed to use the women's bathroom.
The senators are being recognized for their efforts to reform the criminal justice system.
Rand Paul measure would give Pentagon more flexibility using its funds.
The bill would require the EPA to quickly consider banning asbestos.
Wayne LaPierre's call for action drew an ovation from conservatives at CPAC.
GOP plans to force Senate to repeatedly vote on reversing Obama's actions.
Hillary Clinton faces a stiff challenge in constructing a lean and mean campaign team.
Republicans will see a confident Obama deliver State of the Union address.
Fissures emerged Wednesday in the GOP on how to combat President Obama’s immigration order.
“I don’t see the fire,” the comedian said, comparing Clinton to potential rival Sen. Warren.
Democrats already have newfound opportunities to cut into the GOP’s majority.
Groups are hoping Sen. Schumer will fight for new and exisiting safeguards.
Employees in Dubai allegedly took Middle East leaders on expensive trips to influence sales.
The petition asks Democrats to reject the bipartisan bill.
Senator claims the Udall-Vitter bill was created by those it would regulate.
In 9-0 ruling, justices endorse expansive powers for changing the interpretation of rules.
The U.S. Supreme Court appeared to be siding with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC...
Loretta Lynch impressed during her debut before Congress Wednesday.
Republicans are planning to move forward with an Iran sanctions bill this week.
President Obama is tasking every member of his Cabinet to round up votes.
Antonio Villaraigosa said he is “seriously” considering running for the open seat.
They are both seeking to win over the GOP's 12 Senate freshmen.
McConnell is sending signal after signal that he intends to shift the way the Senate is run.