The Supreme Court throws out one set of maps in Texas, but what that will mean is still painfully unclear.
Want to reduce abortions? Make it easier to get one.
Today's Balance Sheet: The FBI shuts down Megaupload in what the Justice Department is calling its biggest copyright case ever.
Newt Gingrich lashes out at CNN, fends off his foes, and dominates the Republican debate.
Across the country, governors are eagerly advocating teacher evaluations based on test results. Jerry Brown is taking a different approach.
Rick Perry may be out of the presidential race, but his gaffes on the campaign trail threaten even his governorship.
Rick Santorum may have actually won the caucus, but the exact figures are unimportant.
The victory against Keystone XL is an essential—but insufficient—step to building a powerful climate movement.
Slide Show: The grassroots movement that effectively rallied against the Keystone XL pipeline project
In 1921, North Dakotans became the first to oust a governor—and they did it because he was too progressive.
The effort to recall Scott Walker turns in almost double the number of signatures it needed. Now the real battles begin.
As Wikipedia and Google protest the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), a rival bill offers a middle road to protecting copyrights.
The union battle spreads from Wisconsin to Indiana in the fight over "Right to Work."
In defending his tenure at Bain, Mitt Romney makes one gaffe after another.
Whether or not the Supreme Court upholds Texas's latest redistricting maps, minority representation will take a hit.