If Britain votes to leave the E.U. on June 23, analysts say, a powerfully emotional backlash against decades of immigration will be the primary driver.
Politics & Government
Congress adjourned for a two-week break without addressing how to combat Zika, even as public health officials issue dire warnings about the spread of the mosquito-driven virus.
Throughout the 2016 presidential campaign, the economy has been the strongest issue on the minds of most Americans. However, any political discussions about the economy often miss the fate of small businesses.
The government is spending about three-fourths of its technology budget maintaining aging computer systems, including platforms more than 50 years old. One still uses floppy disks.
The Defense Department could dangle a much larger cash carrot before its employees to induce them to resign or retire, under a budget bill up for Senate voting this week.
The Obama administration announced Monday that the United States would fully lift a longstanding U.S. embargo on lethal arms sales to Vietnam.
Often, the US presidential candidates speak only to their fan base with catchy campaign phases, such as 'Make America Great Again,' 'A Future to Believe In,' or 'Hillary for America.' These slogans sound great on the campaign trail, but what do they actually mean?
The Senate on Tuesday passed a bill that would allow the families of victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks to sue Saudi Arabia over its alleged support for terrorism, despite stiff opposition from the White House.