In Somerset Friday, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack spoke to a friendly crowd of local Democratic activists who needed no convincing.
The West Virginia Democrat’s daughter is Heather Bresch, CEO of Mylan, whose pricing and tax strategies spark concern among lawmakers.
Deaths blamed on the powerful painkiller fentanyl again rose sharply and pushed the total overdose fatalities to a record high of 3,050.
Earlier this year, he blamed his state’s heroin problem on drug dealers coming from New York and Connecticut.
The Democrat in her most forceful terms yet hammered the point that the GOP’s nominee unleashed the “fringe” that has engulfed that party.
U.S. District Court Judge William P. Dimitrouleas said the emails must be made public by Sept. 13.
Our Revolution has been met with criticism and controversy over its financing and management.
Visiting a battleground state he can’t afford to lose, the GOP presidential nominee promised Hispanics “a much better life” Wednesday.
The interest payment was made two days after allowing $400 million in cash to fly to Tehran
The release of 2,500 President’s Daily Briefs — about 28,000 pages in all — shed light on some of the country’s historic events.
The state’s Senate candidates have traded gun-control endorsements this week.
Over 80 people with private interests either met or had phone talks scheduled with Hillary Clinton and also gave to her family’s charities.
Several news organizations, including The Daily Mail, made “statements about her supposedly having been an ‘escort’ in the 1990s.”
He is an 11-year CIA veteran, ex-Goldman Sachs banking associate and former chief policy director for the House Republicans.
Gary Johnson, the former governor of New Mexico, was intensifying his attacks on the Republican as he seeks to challenge him on the right.
A federal appeals court said Tuesday that eliminating extra days of early voting in Ohio did not infringe on the right of blacks to vote.
The Green Party candidate said she could win the presidential election if she could just get more public exposure.
The visit was aimed in part at stemming campaign-season criticism that he’s been slow to respond to the disaster.
They said new federal nondiscrimination health rules could force doctors to act contrary to their medical judgment or religious beliefs.
The ad, which revisits a topic central to Donald Trump’s campaign, is the first general-election commercial airing here.
A judge ordered the department to expedite its processing of those recovered records. Lawyers had anticipated a mid-October release.
He ruled that the White House cannot require public schools to let transgender students use the bathrooms and locker rooms of their choice.
A State Department spokesman said Thursday that the money was used as “leverage” to ensure the release of three American captives.
His previous attempt was thwarted by Republican lawmakers and the state Supreme Court.
The Republican presidential nominee urged Ohioans to support him “so that I can be your champion in the White House.”
Sen. Pat Toomey seems to be like Teflon when it comes to gun issues.
Aides to Donald Trump were seen as suggesting Sunday that the Republican presidential nominee may be reconsidering his campaign promise to
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama returned from vacation Sunday, ready for a busy fall season and more battles with Congress over Zika
The funding of the Clinton philanthropy has become an Achilles’ heel for Hillary’s campaign, raising questions about conflict of interest.
For some, candidate character or economic issues surpass traditional battleground issues.
Donald Trump made the comments after meeting with his newly formed National Hispanic Advisory Council.
Speaking to an almost all-white audience of about 6,000 raucous people, Mr. Trump appealed directly to blacks for votes.
She tweeted last week: “12.3M Americans could lose their homes due to a sea level rise of 9ft by 2050.”
Gary Johnson and Bill Weld, both former two-term Republican governors, also sought some badly needed media exposure.
The senator from Vermont pushed hard for transparency on U.S. trade and campaign finance.
He acknowledged that he has occasionally said “the wrong thing” and extended an apology for his caustic comments.
The decision follows a recent audit that found private facilities have more safety and security problems than government-run ones.
It is the first time the U.S. has so clearly linked the two events, which critics have painted as a hostage-ransom arrangement.
The message: “I know working on Wall Street helped make Pat Toomey a millionaire. That was good for him, but not for me.”
He named Stephen Bannon of conservative Breitbart News as his bid’s CEO and promoted pollster Kellyanne Conway to campaign manager.
Huma Abedin stepped down from her post as deputy chief of staff at the State Department and Hillary Clinton’s ever-present personal
Megaphonepermits the deceptively straightforward task of managing individual conversations with supporters by text message and email.
The program has been used to bring in hundreds of foreign workers for his modeling agency who need exhibit no special skills.
A federal appeals court ruled July 20 that the stringent law discriminates against black and Hispanic voters.
Seven states, all led by Republicans, have decided this year to end waivers for some able-bodied recipients.
His visit followed several days of violence that has left businesses in flames. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton spoke in Philadelphia.
The rules aim to cut emissions from tractor-trailers and other long-haul trucks in support of a key policy goal of the Obama administration.
The release is the latest sign of how the FBI has tried to offer an unusual level of transparency into its handling of the case.
A New York Times story that told of handwritten ledgers indicating that Paul Manafort received $12.7 million in undisclosed cash payments.
The Sanders family’s “new waterfront crib has four bedrooms and 500 feet of Lake Champlain beachfront,” according to Seven Days.