Tina Tchen, the attorney and former chief of staff to first lady Michelle Obama, has garnered scrutiny after messages traded withÃ‚Â Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx — about the alleged hoax linked to actor Jussie Smollett — emerged shortly before…
An analysis of donations of the people involved in the college admissions scandal shows bipartisan political support.
The rich and famous didn’t need to cheat to give their kids an academic upper hand – plenty of advantages already existed.
Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp publishes the private information of nearly 300,000 voters.
AidAccess has begun providing American women with abortion medication, while possibly running afoul of the law.
Dark-money groups spent more on Kavanaugh than it takes to win a Senate seat, but will it matter come November?
How E-Verify works: Immigration labor program draws scrutiny
The man who was arrested in the murder of Mollie Tibbetts, the University of Iowa student who vanished last month, worked less than three miles from where she was staying the night she vanished.
It’s something that may have escaped your attention, but it certainly hasn’t done so for friendly forces fighting on the front lines.
The flight of industry has decimated a small Pennsylvania town, and the inundation of opioids has its back against the wall – and some of the city’s men are paying the price.
A local politician fuels political ambitions with tens of thousands of dollars from his employees, raising ethical and legal eyebrows along the way.
At least one school district in Pennsylvania will receive some relief for taxpayers after a teachers union agreed to repay all future costs associated with the controversial “ghost teacher” practice.
Before she walked into the meeting room with the rest of her colleagues at the Denver Post two weeks ago, 25-year-old reporter Elizabeth Hernandez knew the axe was going to fall.
A bevy of bills could broadly redefine gun laws across America