Fiorina Makes Distortion Of Planned Parenthood A CenterpieceRepublican presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina has spent the last two weeks repeating an erroneous description of videos secretly recorded by anti-abortion activists. That seems bound to continue as she makes her opposition to Planned Parenthood a centerpiece of her 2016 campaign.
Abortion, Birth Control, Race Top Supreme Court's AgendaAbortion, birth control and race are among the most divisive issues the Supreme Court will confront over the next nine months, amid a presidential election campaign in which some candidates are talking pointedly about the justices and the prospect of replacing some of them in the next few years.
Clinton Campaign To Organize Latino VotersAhead of early primaries in Florida, Texas and Colorado, and the Nevada caucuses, Hillary Clinton's campaign is planning a major push to organize Latino voters.
President Obama Speaks To UN, Will Meet With Castro TuesdayPresident Barack Obama arrived in New York Sunday for the United Nations General Assembly, this week’s gathering of world leaders.
Treasury Department Detail Changes Between The US-Cuba RelationsThe White House released a picture Friday of President Obama on the phone with Cuban leader Raul Castro.
US, Cuba To Resume Mail Service This Year; Other Steps NearThe United States and Cuba should be able to transform their new diplomatic relationship into a deeper commercial partnership before the end of the year, with direct postal service to begin and an agreement on regularly scheduled commercial flights between the two countries, an American official said.
King Felipe VI Of Spain To Speak At Miami Dade CollegeKing Felipe VI of Spain begins a two-day tour of Florida with a speech at the Freedom Tower on the campus of Miami Dade College.
Legally Speaking: Politicians Use Of Music & Musicians' RightsThis week we heard the popular song "Eye of the Tiger" playing as Kim Davis walked out of jail with Presidential Candidate Mike Huckabee right there with her.
Longtime Civil Rights Activist Julian Bond Dead At 75Julian Bond, a leading figure from the 1960s civil rights movement who served as chairman of the NAACP after a long career in politics, died Saturday, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Florida Gov. Scott At Odds Again With Fellow RepublicansJust six months ago, Gov. Rick Scott stood onstage outside the state Capitol basking in his hard-fought victory as he began his second term.
Manfred: MLB May Need To Consider Moving Back Trade DeadlineCommissioner Rob Manfred thinks baseball may need to consider moving the trade deadline back to give teams in the hunt for a wild card more time.
U.S., Cuba Restore Full Diplomatic RelationsAt the stroke of midnight, full diplomatic relations were restored between the United States and Cuba. The new era began with little fanfare, the diplomatic missions of each country were upgraded from interests sections to embassies.