Hundreds rallied at the Statehouse here Tuesday to protest Republican Gov. John Kasich's plans to gut workers' rights and public services.
President Barack Obama formally announced his reelection bid Monday, April 4, and followed that up with his first stump speeches of the season.
Republicans are exposing their determination to force a government shutdown, regardless of any Democratic concessions.
The U.S. can neither depend on foreign sources of oil nor will it ever produce enough on its own to cover its needs, Obama said.
Rep. Jan Schakowsky, D-Ill., and leading senior advocates demanded today that Republican lawmakers condemn Majority Leader Eric Cantor's call to abolish Social Security and Medicare.
Two Republican votes are needed in each legislative house, and GOP leaders have announced that any Republican who votes for more taxes will be considered a traitor.
Indiana prosecutor Carlos Lam admitted to suggesting that Wisconsin Gov. Walker stage a violent assault against himself in order to win public sympathy.
Utah's new immigration laws have drawn criticism from both sides of the debate, but some say they are a step forward.
A judge at 10:30 this morning issued a temporary restraining order blocking implementation of the law that would destroy collective bargaining rights for public workers.
AFSCME president Gerald McEntee has called upon the House Speaker John Boehner to "stop using violent metaphors and demonizing public employees."