New York Times
Republicans are predicted to take the Senate in November, with a 51-49 seat edge that could be increased or decreased by two points if the election were held today.
The network has made a straight-to-series order for 13 episodes of the show to be broadcast in summer 2015.
The U.S. government wants to give the public less information about its legal justification for using drones to kill Americans suspected of terrorism overseas.
A reporter who has been ordered to testify at the trial of a former CIA officer accused of disclosing classified information lost his bid Monday to get the Supreme Court to clarify whether journalists have a right to protect their confidential sources.
Majority of voters in Kentucky, Louisiana, North Carolina and Arkansas would rather Congress focus on improving the Affordable Care Act.
Nate Silver, renowned for perfect and near-perfect statistical predictions, says that the GOP has a roughly 60 percent chance of winning the necessary six seats to take back control of the Senate from Democrats, and adds that Republicans have a shot at a “big win” that could see them acquiring up to 11 seats.
A majority of Americans are not happy with the way President Barack Obama is running the country.
Republicans would like to see another Bush run for the White House.
Tony Trenkle, the man who oversaw Healthcare.gov, is resigning.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is instituting new approval and citation rules for his staffers and researchers in the face of accusations that he plagiarized material from several sources for speeches, a newspaper column and his book.