Wendy Davis to face off with Greg Abbott for Texas governor Far-right Texas Republicans prospered in the first US primary of the year as it was confirmed that Wendy Davis and Greg Abbott will square off
US and EU impose sanctions and warn Russia to relent in Ukraine standoff Barack Obama and his EU allies unveiled a co-ordinated set of sanctions on Thursday to punish Russia for occupying the Black Sea
Why the GOP cares about poverty now: poor people are looking more white The face of poverty doesn’t look the same anymore. And Republicans here in Washington seem to be taking note. They even seem to caring.
Andrew C. Kuchins is senior fellow and director of the Russia and Eurasia program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Is Vladimir Putin having his Brezhnev moment? President Obama’s
Here was the score after Tesla Motors spent more than a year attempting to establish a direct sales operation in New Jersey: 0 to 696,749. It was a blowout. The luxe electric car company was outraged when
The Senate was a chamber divided in reaction to Democrat Sen. Dianne Feinstein's diatribe against the CIA for allegedly hacking into Senate computers. A no-nonsense Feinstein, the Senate Intelligence chairman,
Omelets are theoretically an easy breakfast staple—but they are too easily ruined with these seven common mistakes Omelets come in many shapes, sizes, and iterations. Your classic diner omelet is army-sized,
Rand Paul, Michele Bachmann (Reuters/Jonathan Ernst/AP/Stacy Bengs) May 11, 2013 7:30PM (UTC) Last month, 20 House Republicans, along with staffers from nearly 40 congressional offices attended the first