Articles By Jeremy B. White
Romney can invoke anemic monthly job numbers to contend that Obama's domestic policies have failed. But he faces a more difficult task in critiquing the Obama administration's policies outside America's borders.
Just as the Trayvon Martin shooting prompted a reexamination of Florida's Stand Your Ground law, the Aurora massacre could lead to more scrutiny of Colorado's laws. Here's a primer.
President Obama has been in heavy campaign mode lately, but he stayed away from politics during a Friday morning speech addressing the massacre at a movie theater in Aurora, Colo.
In the aftermath of a deadly Colorado shooting, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg urged President Obama and Mitt Romney to say how they would prevent future incidents of gun violence.
The presidential race continues to be a toss-up, with several new polls showing a split electorate and a persistent sense of gloom about the fitful economic recovery.
Relatives of U.S. citizens killed by drone strikes in Yemen have filed a lawsuit against senior members of the Obama administration, the latest legal challenge to the president's aggressive use of armed drones.
President Barack Obama's reelection campaign has sued Ohio over a law restricting early voting, arguing that the law discourages some Ohioans from being able to cast ballots.
Seeking to avoid another extension of Bush-era tax cuts for the nation's top earners, Senate Democrats unveiled a plan to let tax breaks expire for all Americans and then implement a separate tax cut for middle-class Americans.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel proposed on Tuesday a measure that would prohibit police officers from turning undocumented immigrants over to federal authorities if the immigrants had not committed crimes.
A Texas voter identification law currently being argued in court could rob minorities of their right to vote, Attorney General Eric Holder told the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People on Tuesday.