As they try to sell the bill to skeptics, the Senate’s immigration supporters are pitching it as a return to bipartisanship and regular order.
There’s a scramble to claim credit for the Texas miracle, and now President Obama has jumped in with both feet.
Republicans will try to kill momentum for an immigration overhaul by drowning it in a flood of amendments
I spent last weekend watching 73 recent veterans, most of them wounded, begin a 6-month public service fellowship, sponsored by The Mission Continues, the excellent program run by former Navy SEAL, Rhodes Scholar and Time 100 …
The Republicans, apparently with nothing better to do, are still chasing their tails over the tragic events in Benghazi on September 11.
In wake of TIME’s “Bitter Pill” special report, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius reveals hospitals’ price lists and Medicare repayment rates for 100 inpatient procedures
Delaware will become the 11th state to allow same-sex marriages.
One of the CIA’s highest-ranking women, who once ran a CIA prison in Thailand where terror suspects were waterboarded, has been bypassed for the agency’s top spy job.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew’s slinky signature has been replaced by a slightly more intelligible version.
The FBI believes “a terror attack was disrupted” when authorities arrested a man after they converged on a mobile home in western Minnesota that contained Molotov cocktails, suspected pipe bombs and firearms
As the Senate bill heads to the Judiciary Committee next week, there is plenty of cause for optimism, but also much still standing in the way.
The American economy is managing to avoid the disabled list this year, despite the risks from higher taxes, lower government spending, and economic weakness around the globe.
The lasting impact of the fire at the Triangle Waist Co., New York’s largest manufacturer of women’s blouses — then called “shirtwaists” — had little to do with tender hearts, and everything to do with political power.