As authorities try to piece together what happened inside the home of a prominent Virginia lawmaker Tuesday, there’s word that a lack of space in psychiatric facilities may have played a role in the tragedy.
China said it would loosen restrictions on foreign investment in e-commerce and other businesses, and allow private competition in state-dominated sectors.
Friday’s commute in San Francisco is frustrating now that workers for the region’s largest transit system, known as the BART, are on strike.
A U.S. district court has ruled that Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s department has violated the rights of Latino drivers by racially profiling them as part of a crackdown on illegal immigration and issued an injunction to halt the practice.
The language is not dramatic but the message is clear: A much-anticipated report from the Treasury Department’s inspector general for tax administration is straight forward about how Internal Revenue Service personnel unfairly singled out some conservative groups for unnecessary scrutiny during the 2012 campaign cycle.
A Juneau man was jailed and citations were issued to over two dozen other people 20-years old or younger
A lawsuit over congressional district lines in Florida produces emails showing coordination between lawmakers and Republican Party officials, which is prohibited by the state Constitution.» E-Mail This » Add to Del.icio.us
Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown will not seek the Republican nomination for Senate in a special election to replace Sen. John Kerry, the Democrat who on Friday becomes secretary of state. The decision leaves Republicans scrambling to find a competitive candidate in the deep blue state.» E-Mail This » Add to Del.icio.us
The Obama re-election campaign was informed by its deep dive into data on millions of voters. Some Republicans worry they’re way behind in modern campaigning; others note that political science isn’t rocket science, and say they can do just as well or better in 2016.» E-Mail This » Add to Del.icio.us
The Tea Party and other conservatives argue that Mitt Romney lost the election because he was “too moderate.” And they are calling for a complete overhaul of the Republican Party. But the evolving demographics may have played a bigger role.» E-Mail This » Add to Del.icio.us