The NFL says there is "no basis" for a personal conduct investigation against Michael Bennett after the head of the union that represents Las Vegas police officers asked NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell
By all accounts, the head nurse at the University of Utah Hospital’s burn unit was professional and restrained when she told a Salt Lake City police detective he wasn’t allowed to draw blood from a badly
Some supporters, convention demonstrators, and one national delegate for Bernie Sanders from Ohio I interviewed say they see Clinton's nomination as not merely a victory for an opposing candidate, but
As one of the most powerful Democrats in Washington, Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz was expected to have an easy 2016 re-election race – then along came Bernie Sanders. In a matter of days, the
A massive $2.8 billion annual corporate tax hike is likely headed to Oregon voters in November, a move that could create the most aggressive tax climate for big business of any state in the nation. The
Donald Trump woke up Monday staring down the barrel of a terrible news week. A scathing New York Times report about his "unsettling" treatment of women was the talk of the morning shows and looked set
(CNN) — As stunned fans mourned legendary singer Prince, questions remained on what killed him days after he performed in Atlanta to rave reviews. Authorities are investigating the circumstances surrounding
New York (CNN) — Bernie Sanders is taking a sledgehammer to the political status quo on Israel. Sanders refused to back down Thursday night from his claim that Israel in 2014 used "disproportionate" force
Hundreds of protesters flocked to the U.S. Capitol on Monday for a demonstration against the role of money in politics, prompting arrests of more than 400 by the Capitol police force. The demonstration
New York (CNN) — The Democratic Party's primary process is alienating potential voters and weighted to favor an establishment candidate, Jane Sanders, wife of Bernie Sanders, said Wednesday. But she stopped
Bernie is crashing the American party system. That’s why establishment Democrats are so afraid of him
(Reuters/Mary Schwalm/Brian Snyder/Photo montage by Salon) For most of its history, this country has been dominated by two parties, by design. Bernie actively defies all that April 8, 2016 9:56am (UTC)
(CNN) — If Donald Trump wants to make America great again, as his oft-repeated slogan promises, then that leads to the question: When was the last time America was actually great? Trump has an answer.
In the energy world, the ability to store electricity at an affordable price is the treasure sought by utility engineers and financial wizards. SolarReserve believes it has found a solution. The Santa
"Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes. Here's my feeling that — on this one. I think that all the stars of Dawson's Creek ought to show up at the wedding ceremony and object to the marriage," Kasich said. "You
John Kasich has put the money where his political party's mouth is when it comes to Planned Parenthood, signing a bill Sunday that would effectively defund Ohio's branch of the health service nonprofit.
As much as 42 inches of snow covered the ground last week after a historic blizzard slammed the East Coast. Days later, cities are still working to clear roadways and sidewalks. Chris Tuan, a civil engineer
Charles Koch is “disappointed” with the line-up of Republican candidates in the 2016 cycle, and is surprised by the lack of influence he and his brother have wielded so far. In an interview with the Financial
The lawmakers are arguing that methods of handling a woman’s monthly cycle are medical necessities rather than simply hygiene products Two California lawmakers have put forward a bill that would remove
Lexington, South Carolina (CNN) — Jeb Bush, in what was meant to be a light-hearted moment Wednesday, nicknamed a South Carolina elected official "Hurricane Katrina," a reference to a tragedy that killed
As the nation heads into a presidential election year, the Supreme Court is set to decide half a dozen politically charged cases in 2016 on such topics as abortion, affirmative action, contraceptives immigration.
Congressional Budget Office estimates $1.3 billion increase in federal health-care costs over a decade By Joseph Walker Joseph Walker The Wall Street Journal Biography @joewalkerWSJ email@example.com