President Obama vowed to continue supporting the resettlement of Syrian refugees in the United States.
A coalition of Muslim organizations held a press conference in Washington DC to denounce the Paris terrorist attacks.
Judith Miller responded to the terrorist attacks in Paris by sending out a tweet bashing American college students.
On Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a challenge to Texas’ abortion law, which impedes women’s access to abortion in the state.
Trump may have a dug a hole to deep to climb out of after raging against Ben Carson and “stupid” Iowa voters.
Most of the Republican delegates chosen by March 8th, will come from states where the majority of GOP voters are white evangelicals.
A New York Times/CBS News national poll shows Clinton leading Sanders 52 to 33 percent. In October, she led 56 to 32 percent.
Telling the truth about Republican David Vitter is Democrat John Bel Edwards’ best weapon in the Louisiana Governor’s race.
28 percent of Republican primary voters felt Trump won the debate. The next closest candidate was Marco Rubio with 23 percent saying he won.
Bernie Sanders and Oregon Senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley cast the 3 no votes.
Donald Trump hints at boycotting Starbucks and he asserts that he will be having Americans saying “Merry Christmas” again.
Tim Wolfe’s resignation demonstrates that activists can effect positive change if they are focused and determined to do so.
Democrats had better recognize that the GOP threat to win in 2016 is real if Democrats don’t get out and vote.
Conservative columnist George Will and Fox personality Bill O’Reilly engaged in a bickering match over O’Reilly’s book “Killing Reagan.”
Sanders said “What the Republicans are doing is so un-American, it is so outrageous, that it is literally beyond belief.”
Climate activist Bill McKibben expressed jubilation after President Obama announced his decision to deny the Keystone XL pipeline.
Huckabee and Christie have been pushed to the undercard debate. George Pataki and Lindsey Graham have been removed from the next debate.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has named 6 strong pro-choice Democrats to the Select Investigative Panel on abortion providers.
A Winthrop University Poll finds Hillary Clinton leading Bernie Sanders by 56 percentage points in South Carolina.
For Democrats, election night began poorly with Matt Bevin’s surprise victory over Jack Conway, followed by the disappointing defeat of HERO in Houston. However, Democrats and liberals scored several significant victories in other races.