Negotiations on Capitol Hill have yielded a modest budget agreement to ease automatic spending cuts and replace some of them with savings from future-year cuts.
The campaigns of U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts and the Kansas Republican's primary challenger are sparring publicly over ethics issues, increasing the acrimony in their already contentious race.
The worst of the online glitches, crashes and delays may be over for the problem-plagued government health care website, the Department of Health and Human Services said Sunday.
Administration promises to have the Obamacare website running for "the vast majority" of Americans by midnight Saturday.
Council members are about to put a stop to the suspension of red light cameras.
After a tempestuous debate, Toronto's City Council has stripped Mayor Rob Ford of the last of his substantive powers because of multiple scandals, but further turmoil seems inevitable.
A Missouri House Republican says he intends to seek articles of impeachment against Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon.
Opponents backed by the Tea Party plan an all-day protest across the street from the White House over a number of issues, including health care calling it "tyrannical control of a hostile government."
With the deadline to fix the troubled website now two weeks away, the Obama Administration is lowering expectations.