The four-day BART strike that stymied hundreds of thousands of commuters in the San Francisco Bay Area came to an end Monday night after BART management and union workers finally reached an agreement. In the tentative contract, unions won a 15 percent raise over four years, while management scored key reforms to begin controlling medical and pension costs.
President Obama called on the House of Representative to pass immigration reform this year, calling it the 'smart thing to do.'
Despite President Obama's deal to end the shutdown and raise the debt limit, his approval rating has dropped to 44.5 percent in his 19th quarter, and continues to drop.
In a new CNN/ORC poll, a majority of Americans said that congressional Republicans do not deserve re-election, and that House Speaker John Boehner should be replaced.
In the second New York City mayoral debate, Republican candidate Joseph Lhota, who had a lackluster first debate, turned up the heat on Democratic nominee Bill de Blasio.
After two years of secretly tweeting inside information about the Obama administration and often insulting comments about the foreign policy community, the man behind the mystery Twitter account was finally unmasked and fired last week.
Florida Democratic Rep. Alan Grayson's campaign sent out a fundraising email comparing the Tea Pary to the Ku Klux Klan, complete with an image of the Klan's signature burning cross.
The four-day BART strike that threw San Francisco Bay Area commuters into a chaotic mess has finally come to an end.
A new Gallup poll released Saturday reveals that President Obama's public opinion numbers have been down throughout his second-term, averaging around 44.5 percent.
Although the Virginia governor's race has broken records in becoming the most expensive campaign in the state, many voters say they are completely turned off from the front-runners who have lead a combative campaign.
Fourteen Caribbean nations are seeking reparations and public apologies from their former colonial oppressors over the slave trade and the brutalities of colonialism.
Sen. Ted Cruz has seen mounting criticism from his fellow Republicans, but a new study by the PewResearch Center shows that his popularity among Tea Party members is rising.
Obama has called in computer experts to fix the glitches on the website for the new health insurance marketplace, HealthCare.gov. The glitches have been hindering consumers from participating in the exchange.
With the debt ceiling crisis now averted, at least for the moment, President Obama took the opportunity to urge Congress to pass immigration reform into law.
According to a new Pew Research poll, the Tea Party is less popular than ever, even among Republicans. Overall, nearly half of the public or 49 percent, has an unfavorable opinion of the Tea Party, while only 30 percent have a favorable opinion of the group.