Judge Stacey Zimmerman ordered police to expunge Josh Duggar's 2006 Offense Report on Thursday.
Despite the state's economic woes, Governor Jindal has made no plans to cut millions of dollars in subsidies to the Duck Dynasty TV show.
Over the weekend, Illinois Republican Governor Bruce Rauner assailed state legislators who accept campaign contributions from public employee unions for being guilty of a "conflict of interest." As is usually the case with any Republican, Rauner is guilty of psychological projection as well as gross hypocrisy.
Here in Detroit, the worst of what many of us have long suspected about Gov. Snyder's intentions toward our city and our schools may really be happening, because Snyder doesn't even need to hide those intentions anymore.
In an interview with Glenn Beck, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker suggested that he wants to find ways to further limit legal immigration.
Pence's words came against a backdrop where Republican lawmakers are continuing to cast legislative votes for,anti-gay discrimination.
A Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research poll finds Governor Pence's popularity has dipped to a dismal 43 percent.
In an interview with NPR's Steve Inskeep, President Obama took a jab at Scott Walker's lack of foreign policy experience.
Governor Scott has reversed his position and he now opposes Medicaid expansion after briefly supporting it. Ironically, he blames Obama.
A Washington Post-ABC News Poll shows Hillary Clinton leading each of her likely Republican opponents by double digits.
"When new laws turn back the clock on progress, we can't sit idly by. We are sending a message that discrimination won't be tolerated."
It is why although the law appears only to target the LGBT community and allow the 'faithful' to legally punish same-sex marriage partners by refusing to hire, serve, or provide them with medical care, it is important to remember there is no mention of gays in the law.
If Pence signs the bill, the GOP will continue to be seen as a political party that caters to narrow-minded bigots, and deservedly so.
Seems like every time you turn around these days there's another crazy Republican uncle doing and saying the kind of things crazy Republican uncles do.
Friday morning, at CPAC, Senator Rubio told an audience that he had learned that his previous support for immigration reform was a mistake.
A Rutgers University-Eagleton Poll shows New Jersey Republican Governor Chris Christie sinking to new depths of unpopularity
During Thursday's broadcast of Morning Joe, host Joe Scarborough whined about the Authorization for the Use of Military Force that President Obama put forth on Wednesday in regards to the ongoing situation with ISIL in the Middle East.
On Friday, the Republican controlled Wyoming Senate voted 19-11 to reject Medicaid expansion.
Congratulations are in order to every civic leader, health professional (many of them American) and citizen who has worked to eradicate the threat of Ebola from the daily lives of people in Liberia, Sierre Leone and Guinea.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback's attempt to make his state a model for Tea Party governance has ended in abject failure.