Articles By Jeremy B. White
In Florida, voters who were struck from the rolls as part of a controversial purge are set to be reinstated; in Pennsylvania, a battle over a new law requiring photo identification at the polls reaches the highest court.
A banker who went to prison for helping clients avoid taxes, cheating the U.S. government of revenue, is now out free and very, very rich, thanks to his help fighting the tax evasion he previously assisted in.
President Barack Obama has carefully avoided getting involved in the Chicago teachers' strike, but his education reform agenda has supported some of the very things Chicago teachers are striking against.
Perennial battleground states Ohio and Florida top the list of where the Obama and Romney campaigns are spending, and that is not unexpected. Pennsylvania, though, is very far from the top -- and that is a big surprise.
President Obama's repeal of the policy that barred gays and lesbians from openly serving in the U.S. military has not had any measurable negative repercussions, according to a comprehensive new survey.
By embracing the free market as a great leveler, Romney backs a plan that looks similar to the system before the Affordable Care Act.
Authorities deported a record number of immigrants in 2011, underscoring the delicate balance President Obama has attempted to strike on immigration.
With both nominating conventions over, Friday's lackluster August jobs report underscores the dynamic underpinning a week's worth of lofty speechifying: This is either man's race.
The speech was curiously lacking in specifics about Obama's record to date, sticking instead to a vague framework for a potential second term. Here are a few of the things the president left out.
A federal judge is allowing the most criticized piece of Arizona's tough immigration law to proceed, ushering in a new era of immigration enforcement in the state.