As she tries to woo Hispanic voters, the 2016 presidential candidate has shiftedeven reversedher policies on immigration.
Williams warns that the movement is not only alienating its white allies on the left, but may lead to lower black voter turnout in 2016, harming the Democrats' chances to hold the White House and win back the Senate.
Hillary Clinton is proposing a slate of campaign finance reform measures aimed at limiting political donations by corporations and large donors while increasing transparency in election spending.
The Arby's employee in South Florida who refused service to a police officer will keep his job and face a two-day suspension.
Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina insists on a more inclusive and less accusatory approach to moving America forward on race relations.
Ted Cruz says he stands with county clerk Kim Davis, who has broken the law in Kentucky by refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Leading Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Friday broke away from stances held by many of his rivals on issues ranging from the Iran nuclear deal to the gay marriage fight in Kentucky.
Speaking to Jewish leaders in Florida, Vice President Joe Biden spelled out his support for a nuclear deal with Iran, telling the group, "This is a good deal." Biden is expected to decide within a month whether he'll run for president.
A federal judge in Manhattan ruled in favor of New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady, overturning a four-game suspension handed down by the National Football League in the "Deflategate" case.
The Obama administration is launching a new push to fulfill his campaign promise of closing the Guantanamo Bay facility.
Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump criticized rival Jeb Bush today for speaking Spanish on the campaign trail
One activist claims that the chant was "playful" and that Black Lives Matter isn't actually advocating any hate or violence toward police.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz will soon have to make key decisions about the party's primary debates and whether she can support the controversial Iran deal without alienating her own constituents.
Asking a Baptist preacher to baptize is like asking Colonel Sanders if he wants a bucket of chicken. Somebodys going to get dunked.
Pro and anti gay-marriage protesters gathered outside the office of a county clerk who invoked "God's authority" as she defied the US Supreme Court yet again on gay marriage on Tuesday
Louisiana's plan to cut funding to Planned Parenthood is going to the federal court.