The actor best known for his roles as Jackie Robinson and Black Panther has been lost to cancer.
Another way in which the Framer’s really didn’t understand what they were creating.
White House aides asked the Navy to keep the USS John McCain “out of sight” while the President visited a Navy base in Japan earlier this week.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg underwent surgery to remove cancerous nodes from a lung, but reports seem to point to a quick recovery.
Sad news about a Senate stalwart who has been fighting an aggressive form of cancer for more than a year.
The former Senate Majority Leader had surgery in Maryland after an apparently early diagnosis.
When it comes to the Trump White House, the fish rots from the head down.
John McCain continues to bravely battle an aggressive form of brain cancer, but he’s already made clear that he doesn’t want the 45th President of the United States at his funeral.
Kyrsten Sinema, the likely Democratic nominee for the Senate in Arizona, is leading all three of her potential Republican challengers. This could spell trouble for the GOP.
The Trump Administration is reversing policy on an Obama Era policy that allowed states to choose their own course on marijuana laws.
With the results from Alabama. the GOP faces a hard road ahead defending its majority in the Senate.
Speaking about his cancer treatment for the first time, Senator John McCain paints a grim picture.
A new poll shows that most Americans want Republicans want to move on from their failed effort to ‘repeal and replace’ the Affordable Care Act.
Rush Limbaugh is still really, really angry about subsidized birth control. And lots of other stuff.
A rich child is 45 percent more likely to earn a four-year college degree than a poor one.
When it comes to issues like medical marijuana, Mitt Romney and Barack Obama are reading from the same playbook.
Former US Senator Arlen Specter is reportedly hospitalized with “a serious illness.”
Mississippi voters easily defeated an amendment to the state constitution that declared life begins at conception.
A Presidential candidate’s medical condition is entirely relevant to their fitness for office.
Contrary to what you read on bumper stickers, retired Lt. Col William Astore argues that not every soldier is a hero. He’s right.