Losing employees forced to leave the U.S. when spouses are deported is bad for business, Fortune 500 firms say.
The California senator let her freshman colleague know she is well-versed in the Constitution.
However, the controversial measure will almost certainly stall in either the U.S. Senate or House.
Prison officials say the hunger strike, which they claim has occurred before, is no big deal. But lawyers for the prisoners tell a different story.
Prouty told MSNBC he wanted to remain anonymous so the focus of the story would be on "Mitt Romney's words, and only Mitt Romney's words."
The number of Americans who identify as "strongly" Catholic has been declining steadily. Could Pope Francis I change that?
How will Rep. Paul Ryan's proposed budget fill what the Center for American Progress claims is a $7 trillion shortfall?
The man who some say changed the course of the election wasn't inspired by Barack Obama. He was inspired by Bill Clinton.
The 2014 Ryan budget, which will almost certainly receive no traction outside of the House, guts $1.8 trillion from the Affordable Care Act.
The GOP congressman had a memorable slip of the tongue while unveiling his 2014 budget plan.
Paul Ryan, the former GOP vice presidential candidate, has authored yet another budget, once again titled "The Path To Prosperity."
The law, awaiting signature by Governor Bryant, bans any attempt to regulate the food and beverage industry in order to combat obesity.
The first full audio recording of Manning's court statement was leaked to the Freedom of the Press Foundation.
In 14 states, guns kill more people than car accidents. In five of those states, gun suicides alone outnumber traffic fatalities.
The bill has earned the ire of a progressive group for supposedly promoting "the principles" of American citizenship.
More than half of U.S. voters said they believed the economy has weakened since the March 1 sequestration deadline.
A court ruling to dismiss charges against police, widely accused of brutality, sparked violent protests.
Before nudes, the former president was constantly painting portraits of dogs.
Chuck Hagel was nowhere near the Kabul explosion, but the Taliban called it "a kind of message" for him.
Fighting the partisan culture is key to restoring faith in the political process, says a commission associated with the Bipartisan Policy Center.