Two more key Democratic senators announced their support Tuesday for the Iran nuclear deal, all but ensuring that President Obama will have enough votes to uphold the polarizing accord despite almost unanimous opposition from Republicans.
President Obama cited free-market principles in making the case for alternative energy Monday night, speaking on a day when his administration also announced new government support for clean-energy industries.
New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez, a key Democrat who has been highly skeptical of the landmark nuclear deal reached last month between Iran and six world powers led by the United States, announced Tuesday that he would vote to oppose the agreement.
Republican presidential hopeful Marco Rubio made a play for more conservative religious voters Friday by articulating a harder stance against abortion, even in cases of rape or incest.
The leading Republican presidential candidates used their first face-to-face encounter to accuse celebrity candidate Donald Trump — and one another — of diverging from conservative principles as they tried to reverse the surprising dominance of the billionaire and gain a foothold in the crowded...
The future of a landmark nuclear deal with Iran hinges partly on the votes of about a dozen U.S. senators, mostly Democrats, who will be key players in deciding whether a resolution of disapproval advances out of Congress.
Republican candidates are hand-wringing over how to handle Donald Trump in Thursday's first presidential primary debate, but they might do better to worry about their own potential weak spots.
Republican senators, including several running for their party's nomination for president, are testing whether voter attitudes toward Planned Parenthood have changed with a Senate vote Monday on a bill that would cut off federal money to the nation's large provider of family planning services.