Hillary Clinton is not the only Democratic comeback candidate on the 2016 ticket. Senate Democrats are betting on the past to rebuild their party for the future.
Republican Rand Paul steps down after more than 10 hours in bid to halt the federal government's collection of its citizens' phone records
Appearing at Pachyderm Club, Republican presidential hopeful says Democrats have ceased to be the party of workers: 'They are the party of power'
ABC's anchor much closer to Hillary's foundation than he told his viewers.
An election win by liberals strikes fear into the heart of Canada's oil industry
Party says it refused to accept Farage's decision to step down and he will continue as leader despite election defeat
What could better illustrate the bankruptcy of the political system than that race?
Newly appointed justice secretary to follow through with pledge which would remove European court of human rights' leverage over UK's supreme court
Presumed Republican presidential hopeful tells Fox News say Hillary Clinton would have signed off the 2003 invasion, too, though admits mistakes were made in the aftermath
Opposition Labour leader Ed Miliband left reeling by scale of defeat as David Cameron's Conservative party looks set to return to office with majority government
Officials say US is better prepared after last year, when 67,339 unaccompanied minors arrived but 'every day we're getting more than the day before'
CNN gains approval from FAA to explore how drones can be safely used in populated areas are dramatic images from presidential campaign trail to follow?
LONDON (AP) -- As Britain's political leaders spent a final day campaigning Wednesday, the election race drew to a bumpy close for the U.K. Independence Party, which suspended a candidate for saying he would shoot his Conservative opponent.
LONDON (AP) -- British comedian-turned-political activist Russell Brand has changed his mind and is no longer urging people not to vote in Thursday's general election - now he wants them to vote for Labour.
Former Hewlett-Packard chief questions Hillary Clinton's record in hunt for female voters and startup cash on campaign trail, but ex-colleagues insist Fiorina 'didn't know what she was doing'
Today, Rand Paul asked a question that the Homeland Security Secretary didn't want to hear and ultimately wouldn't answer.
Facing a scandal that threatens to capsize her quest to return to the White House, Hillary Clinton debuted her first major policy speech since the official launch of her current campaign.
Russell Brand interviews Ed Miliband with the pair agreeing over the need for 'credible change'.
The Saudi-Israeli alliance, in league with other hard-line Sunni countries, is helping Al-Qaeda affiliates advance toward gaining either victory or at least safe havens in Syria and Yemen, highlighting unresolved contradictions in President Barack Ob
The Reverend Samuel Rodriguez says immigration isn't the only issue that matters to conservative Latino voters.
Capitol Hill has been taking swipes at science for years. Support for science is hurting in the US and now, according to astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, it's time to stop rolling with the punches.
Sometimes it's obvious - France's socialist leaders prefer Labour while Australia's Tony Abbott favours the Tories - but there are a few surprises
Inside the campaigns: Low-key election is characterised by risk-averse campaigns and 'micro-targeting' of voters who can be won over in key seats
Note to self: Don't vote for Christie. Not that I would anyway, but I would rather not see the Federal Government "crack down" on Seattle or Portland Oregon.
Former head of the Senate intelligence committee and former two-term governor of Florida Bob Graham says that the FBI is covering up knowledge of connections between the Saudi royal family and al-Qaeda