The wife of the Democratic vice-presidential candidate focused on young voters in her St. Paul appearance.
It showed the extent to which he prized women's looks over skills.
Angry lawmakers heaped another round of blistering criticism on Wells Fargo's CEO, pressing Thursday for details about what senior managers knew about allegedly illegal sales practices and when any concerns were disclosed.
A Tulsa police officer is expected to plead not guilty to first-degree manslaughter in the death of an unarmed black man when she makes her first appearance before a Tulsa County judge.
Both were Nobel Prize laureates who labored for peace in the Middle East but failed to achieve it. Now, their joint efforts are at an end as President Barack Obama prepares to pay a final tribute to Shimon Peres in Jerusalem.
The State Department is halting most official U.S. government travel to the Democratic Republic of Congo and ordering family members of U.S. government personnel to leave the country.
Without a statewide race for governor or U.S. Senate this November, the attention and money of the state's wealthiest interests are focused on the Capitol.
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Reps. Kline, McCollum, Ellison vote against veto override on 9/11 bill
The Washington, D.C.-based think tank published a ranking of states' business tax competitiveness.
Wells Fargo has turned into a "school for scoundrels," Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney, D-N.Y., told CEO John Stumpf as he faced a House committee Thursday.
Ohio, which has not kept up with demographic changes, is suddenly fading in importance this year.
Decision could also resolve Washington Redskins case.
A group of self-described nerds from Silicon Valley has banded together for one goal: Elect Hillary Clinton. Nerdz4Hillary, a fundraising campaign spearheaded by venture capitalist…
The federal government is beefing up emergency cellphone alerts like the one used in New York to advertise a search for a bombing suspect earlier in September.
President Barack Obama has signed a short-term funding bill to keep the government from shutting down at the end of the week.
The Libertarian presidential candidate has another "Aleppo moment" when he's asked to name a foreign leader he admires. His running mate comes to his rescue.
Jeff Cremer says he’s not much into politics. His passion and his business is photography, specifically Jeff Cremer photography, based in Lima, Peru. His pictures…
The $1.6 billion Powerball jackpot, hit in January, contributed to the hefty totals for the fiscal year ended in June.
The ruling said the broad challenge should first be heard in district court.