The U.S. significantly scaled back its security policy set after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, curtailing surveillance of phone records. The NYT reports.» Read More
Martin O'Malley's past centrist views and Wall Street hobnobbing may make it especially challenging for him, Politico's Ben White says.
Rep. Fred Upton, chair of the House energy panel, said lifting the decades-long ban on oil exports could be a "win" for Americans.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said he has directed Transport Security Administration to revise security procedures.
Many of the proposed rate increases of 10 percent or more for Obamacare health insurance plans have been revealed.
Lindsey Graham announced he is entering the race for the presidency, expanding the Republican field to nine candidates.
Proposals to deal with a potential Supreme Court ruling could merely delay serious disruption to the insurance market.
Millions of people could suffer if the Supreme Court strikes down Obamacare subsidies, two doctors tell CNBC.
The Fed's Stanley Fischer also warned against "bankers' backlash," but said opposition to regulation is "making headway."
With little evidence the economy is rebounding, the Fed is in no position to start raising interest rates, a top Fed official said on Monday.
The US Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Muslim woman who filed a lawsuit after she was denied a job at an Abercrombie & Fitch.
The agency lost its authority to collect Americans' phone records in bulk, after GOP Sen. Rand Paul stood in the way of extending the program.
Here's why the G.O.P. presidential field for 2016 may be the largest-ever in either party, NBC News reports.
Secretary of State John Kerry has cancelled the remainder of his European diplomatic tour after breaking his leg in a bicycle crash near Geneva.
Vice President Joe Biden's son, Beau Biden, died after a battle with brain cancer, the vice president said in a statement.
Martin O'Malley, the former MD governor and ex- Baltimore mayor, announced he was running for president, The Financial Times reports.
Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert paid to conceal sexual misconduct he once had with a student, reports NBC News.
The numbers are not as bad as they look and the economy is still likely to work in Clinton's favor next year, Politico's Ben White says.
Texas is forgoing about $100 billion in federal funds by not expanding a major health program for the poor.
The Hillary Clinton campaign held a briefing this week that was strictly controlled and left reporters with little to write.
On the eve of the GOP primaries, here’s the big question: What must we do to restore America’s long-term economic-growth performance?