Day Two of the culture wars at the Supreme Court over same-sex marriage, and another opportunity for the justices to give political and legal clarity to a contentious issue. LIVE VIDEO WILL BEGIN ON THIS PAGE LATER TODAY
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy says he will not offer -- for now -- an amendment to an immigration bill allowing gay Americans to seek green cards for their spouses.
Pressed for more precise details about the memo he was referring to, Paul said he hasn't seen such a policy statement but has heard about it.
One million dollars to resurface roads in and around Belle Glade may have made its way into the state budget without a proper opportunity for public review and debate, the non-profit Florida TaxWatch suggested in its annual TurkeyWatch report.
Karen Handel, the former Susan G. Komen for the Cure executive at the center of last year's public clash with Planned Parenthood, says she'll be running for an open U.S. Senate seat in Georgia.
Allen West will soon be seen offering his political views on network television.
The chairman of the now-defunct South Florida Tea Party said his organization was one of the conservative groups scrutinized by the Internal Revenue Service when it applied for tax-exempt status because of its name.
President Barack Obama says the acting commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service, Steven Miller, has submitted his resignation in the aftermath of an investigation that found the agency improperly targeted conservative groups.
Republicans raise pressure on President Obama over IRS targeting. House Speaker John Boehner went further, telling reporters that "clearly someone violated the law" in what an IRS inspector general's report described as delayed processing of applications by groups associated with the political right wing.
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam is running for re-election.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz reiterated Tuesday that the impeachment of President Barack Obama is possible as the White House faces scrutiny over its role in responding to the terror attack on a U.S. diplomatic post in Libya.
President Barack Obama said Tuesday the Treasury Department inspector general's report examining how the Internal Revenue Service allowed for the targeting of "tea party" and other groups shows some IRS employees "failed" to act in a way "that's worthy of the public's trust."
He said alleged targeting of conservative groups is 'outrageous' and that anyone responsible should be held accountable. He also comments on Benghazi.
Sarah Palin said the Internal Revenue Service's recent scrutiny of conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status is a sign of "corruption at the heart of big government" in Washington.
President Obama described America's housing market as "healing" on Saturday in his weekly address, touting his own record on the subject and encouraging Congress to act on more of his proposals.
League of Women Voters and other groups suing over the maps contend the lawsuit should go forward.
The slideshow that Jodi Arias used when presenting her case to the jury on Tuesday.
Photo gallery of storms, severe weather May 20, 2013
The tornado is estimated to be at least 2 miles wide. It destroyed countless homes and buildings.
South Florida sees heavy rains, flooding.