An article published jointly by The New York Times and Pro-Publica reports that AT&T demonstrated an "extreme willingness to help" the NSA, according to documents from Edward Snowden. Among other revelations, the article reports that AT&T forwarded a million emails…
By Darlene Superville, Associated Press
President Barack Obama says the late civil rights activist Julian Bond was a hero and friend, and that he and first lady Michelle Obama have benefited from Bond's example, counsel and friendship.
By Ken Thomas, Catherine Lucey, Associated Press
The respective Democratic and Republican front-runners each drew large crowds of gawkers at the Iowa State Fair on Saturday, as Clinton sampled a pork chop on a stick and Trump gave rides to children on his helicopter emblazoned with his…
Eighty years ago Saturday, William Penn Adair, better known as Will Rogers, an entertainer, humorist, political commentator and writer, died in a plane crash in Alaska.
By Jill Colvin, Associated Press
Donald Trump doesn't appear to be going away anytime soon, so his rivals are scrambling to figure out how best to handle the blowback from every new bout of bluster drowning out their campaigns.
Heated political rhetoric is nothing new, a new documentary on Gore Vidal and William Buckley shows.
By Erica Werner, Associated Press
The federal Export-Import Bank expired June 30 when Congress failed to renew its charter. The bank is a small federal agency that helps U.S. companies sell their products overseas, by underwriting loans to foreign customers. Conservatives oppose it as corporate…
By Calvin Woodward, Associated Press
Once again, Donald Trump isn't backing down from comments that have inflamed the Republican presidential race. And some of his rivals are no longer treating him with kid gloves.
By Associated Press
Republican presidential contenders seeking to woo evangelical voters are making their case for conservative social issues at a gathering expected to attract thousands of potential Iowa caucus-goers.
By Ken Thomas, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky and other congressional leaders expressed doubts Sunday about a historic agreement with Iran to address that country's nuclear program, predicting President Barack Obama could face hurdles in Congress if negotiators reach…
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