The U.N. Security Council has approved the Iranian nuclear deal, and now the ball is in Congress’s court.
There are mutual embassies in Havana and Washington for the first time in 54 years. It certainly took long enough.
Rand Paul’s Presidential campaign isn’t going so well at the moment.
A few days late, but a story worth noting if it has escaped notice.
There’s another round of reports about Joe Biden running for President, but I wouldn’t put much stock them.
Donald Trump stuck his foot in his mouth again.
The Huffington Post announced today that they would not be covering Donald Trump in their politics section from this point forward. That’s the wrong thing to do.
Relying on a particularly strained and incredulous legal analysis, the EEOC has ruled that laws against discrimination based on gender also bar discrimination based on sexual orientation.
Republicans have nobody to blame but themselves for the anti-immigrant Frankenstein in their midst.
Almost exactly three years after the attack on a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, James Holmes was found guilty late yesterday.
Despite the clear language of the 14th Amendment, Texas is apparently refusing to issue birth certificates to some children born in the United States whose parents happen to be in the country illegally.
Contrary to what Donald Trump claims, immigrants are less likely to commit crime than others.
Donald Trump leads in a new national poll, but a deeper look at the numbers suggests that this Trump Bubble can’t last for very much longer.
Keith Collins and Nikhil Sonnad provide strong evidence that the “sequel” to Harper Lee’s classic novel was merely a bad first draft.
In the end, the odds that Congress can actually stop the new deal regarding Iran’s nuclear program are pretty low.
New Horizons got within just a few thousand miles of Pluto’s surface today, and the data it sends back promises to be amazing.
It’s easy to see what Greece thinks it still needs Europe, it’s more of puzzle why Europe thinks it needs to hang on to Greece.
Depending on who you listen to, it’s either peace in our time or an epic catastrophe.
A good first step, but there’s a lot more than needs to be done to reform the criminal justice system.
A new polls seems to show that Republicans are still clinging to their opposition to marriage equality in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision in Obergefell.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has formally entered the race for President, but can he overcome his flip-flops and a turn to the hard right?
Greece reached a new deal with European bankers that seems oddly similar to the one that voters rejected just a week ago.
While “fundamentals” will have more impact on choosing our next president than what happens on the campaign trail, the race itself is important.
New information in the Dylann Roof case shows that the background check system used for gun purchases is still prone to human error.
Former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell is likely going to Federal Prison very soon.
A 1980 debate between Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush shows a different GOP.
The unqualified hack who led OPM while China stole 21 million sensitive personnel files has finally resigned.
Donald Trump says he still doesn’t know where the President was born, but he’d rather not talk about that anymore.
Kenny “The Snake” Stabler, legendary Alabama Crimson Tide and Oakland Raiders quarterback, has died of cancer at the age of 69.
A Republican political consultant says Hillary Clinton is in danger of losing the nomination.
The NYT has left Ted Cruz’ new book off its bestseller list, despite it selling more copies than 18 of 20 titles on said list.
The GOP’s Trump-induced headache isn’t going away any time soon.
A Federal Judge has uphold a Patent Office ruling revoking the Redskins Trademarks on the ground that they are “disparaging” toward Native Americans.
The NYT paints the longshot senator as a happy warrior trying to win the White House by doing it his way.
With the last legal hurdle to Obamacare cleared, “death panels” have made a quiet comeback.