A court rules that the National Park Service acted arbitrarily and capriciously in awarding concession contract at Grand Teton National Park.
Republicans are more optimistic than Democrats that their party will do better next year, a new Pew Research Center poll finds.
By now, young adults have heard that they are key to making Obamacare work, and the Obama administration has spent ample resources trying to convince them that the law is a good deal for them.
A Mexican legislator strips down to his underwear to make a point during heated debate about energy reform
House Speaker John Boehner sounds like he's heard enough from conservative interest groups.
The South Carolina Republican says the "nuclear option" Senate Democrats employed will lead both parties to push more extreme nominees.
Gallup reported Thursday that Congress' approval rating averaged 14 percent this year, the lowest in the poll's 39 year history of asking.
Sen. Jeff Sessions, the top Republican on the Senate Budget Committee, said Wednesday he will oppose the bipartisan budget deal.
U.S.-led efforts to foster a moderate rebel force in northern Syria appear to have collapsed with the announcement Wednesday that the United States and Great Britain have stopped shipping aid to Western-backed fighters.
Congress has passed legislation ordering national cemetery officials to disinter the remains of a killer. Could this be considered a bill of attainder, the kind banned by the Constitution?
Robert Keith Woodall killed 16-year-old Sarah Hansen in Greenville, Ky. He raped her, slit her throat and dragged her off to drown in a nearby lake.
A key appeals court gives the Environmental Protection Agency a split decision on ozone rules.
Advocacy groups from the National Rifle Association to Americans for the Arts have long used annual legislative scorecards to rate members of Congress, so why not score them on how they vote on food policy?
Razan Zeitouneh, a human rights activist who’s the leader of the civic opposition throughout the two-and-a-half-year-old Syrian uprising, was abducted along with her husband and two other activists from the war crimes documentation center where she worked, the center confirmed Tuesday.
Two top United Nations officials said Tuesday they were concerned about the welfare of a Guantánamo captive the U.S. repatriated to Algeria last week after a decade in the detention center in southeast Cuba.
The Senate on a mostly party line vote confirms attorney Patricia Millett to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
Rep. Steve Stockman, R-Texas, filed a challenge to Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, just minutes before Monday's deadline for Texas' 2014 federal elections.