WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A closely divided Supreme Court struggled with its biggest abortion case in years on Wednesday, with pivotal Justice Anthony Kennedy voicing concerns about a restrictive Texas law
There's a case to be made that Donald Trump is the GOP's strongest candidate against Hillary Clinton
But what was most telling about Christie's endorsement was that it came with a rising line of thinking within the Republican Party, that Trump is the most electable candidate the GOP has left to face against
Isn’t it obvious? As an act of political theater, President Obama should pick Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., to replace Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court. Then the nation will find out
Business Insider has already looked at the 23 cities with the best quality of life and also the 17 European cities that are deemed the most unsafe. Now we take a look at what cities are ranked as providing
The Club for Growth is issuing a warning to its stable of congressional candidates this fall: Endorse Donald Trump and you might just lose your backing. The conservative group, which specializes in supporting
Washington (CNN) — Ben Carson said Tuesday -- the day Republicans go to the polls in 11 states -- that while some Republican politicians were encouraging him to drop out of the Republican presidential
(CNN) — Pics or it didn't happen. More than a thousand University of Colorado chemistry students are being offered a free pass from Tuesday night's scheduled midterm exams -- with one condition: They turn
A bill passed Monday directs the administration to help prepare its successor—and to start doing it soon. President Obama may have nearly another 11 months in office, but under a new bill that passed on
It has been a long, long time, but record-breaking rocket man Scott Kelly is finally coming back to Earth. On Tuesday, the 52-year-old NASA astronaut will wrap up a 342-day mission on the International
Improvements in auto sales, construction spending calm fears of a slowdown Major U.S. stock indexes surged to their highest levels in nearly two months Tuesday on signs of improvement in the U.S. economy.
(CNN) — Super Tuesday is here, and as the presidential race goes national, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are hoping to put themselves way ahead. Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio need strong turnouts to show
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Manhattan federal prosecutor who spearheaded the investigation and prosecution of the creator of the black market website Silk Road and handled numerous other high-profile cybercrime
Declaring the U.S. health system the "envy of the world," as President George W. Bush did during his 2004 reelection campaign, was once an easy applause line for politicians. But this year, two leading
Hillary Clinton goes into Super Tuesday with a 26-pledged-delegate lead (91-65) over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. She also has a 433-superdelegate lead (453-20). In crunching some numbers, an NPR analysis
On Thursday, Mark Zuckerberg received the first ever Axel Springer Award at a ceremony in Berlin. Billionaire entrepreneur Peter Thiel gave a speech that imagined what the world would be like without Zuckerberg.
Apple CEO Tim Cook. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson Good morning! Here's the technology news you need to know this Friday. 1. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is meeting investors to save her job while laying off over people.Mayer
TOMMY NORMENT wants to take Virginians on a stroll — a stroll down memory-impaired lane. Mr. Norment (R-James City), the majority leader of the state Senate, gained notoriety for complaining bitterly the
Internet providers say "so what?" if they let consumers use certain services to their hearts' content. Critics contend that the practice plays favorites, hurting competition and violating Net neutrality.
Google engineers have built a photo recognition system that can outperform the most well-travelled humans
Humans typically struggle to determine where generic photos were taken just by looking at them. If shown a picture of a white sandy beach, for example, they might assume it was taken in the Caribbean in
A report published Thursday is raising fresh concerns over the quickly-spreading virus. A stillborn baby born in Brazil with almost no brain tissue has tested positive for Zika virus, stoking new concerns