For now, three of the top five contenders are women and all have long track records in agriculture.
Rigell discussed with POLITICO the pressures on the military, his fight for Congress to authorize the war against the Islamic State, his post-Congress...
New ads from around the country.
Digital security firm Flashpoint said in an alert that it "has observed Mirai attack commands" in the assault that has targeted the global internet...
The secretive team tasked with preparing for a Clinton presidency is hiring staff, culling through resumes and reaching out to key Democrats.
Jodey Arrington, who has spent the last two years creating the network for a small Lubbock hospital, is the overwhelming favorite to represent Texas’s...
Sandberg is an illustration of the lingering skepticism by Sen. Elizabeth Warren and other progressive Democrats about the staffing and economic policies...
Minnesota will see average rates jump between 50 percent and 67 percent for individual plans next year.
'He has given jobs to Chinese steel workers, not American steel workers,' Clinton says.
GOP House members in Latino-heavy House districts have an extra burden running with Trump as the nominee — whether they back him or not.
In Georgia, North Carolina, and Florida, Democrats see uptick in women taking ballots as reason for optimism.
Hal Martin was arrested in August after being found with huge volumes of classified information.
CFTC Chairman Timothy Massad said the agency will issue a redrafted version of rules for automated traders proposed in November 2015.
If she wins in November, Clinton would have to fill a raft of positions at DOJ and the FTC.
Early in the month, I reported an 'imminent' sale of Tronc, publisher of a trove of newspapers including big-city broadsheets like The Los Angeles Times,...
The incident reportedly affected internet users along the East Coast, and caused hundreds of sites to be inaccessible.
Sanders unwittingly became an ally for Coca-Cola and PepsiCo. Now he's fighting back.