Building on better news about the Affordable Care Act’s website, President Obama and congressional Democrats have put a new strategy into effect, spreading the word about the law’s benefits.
Critics say prosecutors are using their discretionary power to strong-arm defendants into pleading guilty and over-punish those who do not.
More than two dozen of the nation’s biggest corporations, including the five major oil companies, are preparing to pay climate-related taxes, a departure from the policies they usually support.
Both the Republicans and Democrats have great reasons for getting rid of the Texas Senate’s venerated two-thirds majority rule.
Two federal court decisions limiting abortion and contraception, in Texas and Washington, D.C., became a decisive factor in persuading Democrats to sharply curb the use of filibusters.
The State Assembly passed a bill that would give those losing their Medicaid coverage three more months to sign up for private plans.
The hard-fought deal, which includes higher state contributions to the system, addresses a $100 billion shortfall.
Efforts to repeal a new, more lenient tax law in Alaska are stirring up a strange political cocktail.
Texas has enough Democratic voters to put a Democrat in statewide office, but the problem is getting them to cast a ballot.