Marco wins coveted Des Moines Register endorsement Marco wins coveted Des Moines Register endorsement
Anna Jiang - Jan 23, 2016
Marco Rubio's endorsement from Iowa's largest newspaper could gain him more voters and help him move up in polls where he is currently trailing behind frontrunners Donald Trump and Ted Cruz.
Rubio, Clinton win endorsements from Des Moines Register; Trump: 'I could shoot someone' Rubio, Clinton win endorsements from Des Moines Register; Trump: 'I could shoot someone'
Anna Jiang - Jan 23, 2016
New York billionaire and former reality TV star Trump confidently dismissed concerns on Saturday that he is losing his front-runner position in Sioux Center, Iowa, by saying that he could "shoot someone" and not lose any voters.
Bloomberg considering a run for Presidency: Bloomberg considering a run for Presidency: "[Voters want] a non-ideological, bipartisan, results-oriented vision"
Anna Jiang - Jan 23, 2016
An anonymous source close to former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has revealed that Bloomberg may be willing to spend up to $1 billion of his funds in a 2016 independent campaign for Presidency.
State Department requests extension in release of Clinton's emails State Department requests extension in release of Clinton's emails
Anna Jiang - Jan 22, 2016
The U.S. State Department requested on Friday a one-month extension to finish the public release of emails sent by Hilary Clinton, citing heavy snow as delaying the process.
Al Sharpton: Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has got to go
Al Sharpton: Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has got to go
Dan Taylor - Jan 22, 2016
Sharpton believes Emanuel has poorly handled race and policing in the city.

Former KKK leader David Duke: Trump may be too radical
Former KKK leader David Duke: Trump may be too radical
Dan Taylor - Jan 22, 2016
Trump's controversial rhetoric in his run for president has included a lot of comments about race.

Trump: Christie has no chance of winning because of Bridgegate
Trump: Christie has no chance of winning because of Bridgegate
Dan Taylor - Jan 14, 2016
Christie is rising in the polls, but is likely to face Bridgegate scrutiny if he becomes a major contender.

British judge accuses Putin of being behind 2006 assassination
British judge accuses Putin of being behind 2006 assassination
Kate Ferguson - Jan 13, 2016
Alexander Litvinenko died after someone slipped polonium-210 in his tea at a London hotel.

Alabama Supreme Court's chief justice defies feds on same-sex marriage
Alabama Supreme Court's chief justice defies feds on same-sex marriage
Dan Taylor - Jan 06, 2016
Moore claimed that he was only opposing the marriages because there is confusion in the state.

Trump attacks Jeb Bush on Twitter
Trump attacks Jeb Bush on Twitter
Dan Taylor - Dec 29, 2015
Donald Trump went after his favorite target over the social media network recently.

Gov. Jon Kasich takes on gerrymandering
Dan Taylor - Dec 29, 2015
Kasich is struggling in his campaign for president, barely registering in the polls.

Jimmy Carter's grandson dies unexpectedly
Joe Carducci - Dec 29, 2015
In an address to his to his congregation, former president Jimmy Carter announced the unexpected death of his 28 year old grandson, hours after learning the tragic news.

Ben Carson: I have a 7-part plan to defeat ISIS
Dan Taylor - Dec 29, 2015
Carson released the plan on Monday.

Has Samsung finally found a way to double your phone's battery life?
Sam Catherman - Dec 28, 2015
Tired of constantly recharging your phone? Samsung may have just come up with a battery that could mean the end of short-lived smartphones.

PRIDE Study will answer key questions about LGBT health and wellness
Sam Catherman - Dec 28, 2015
The PRIDE Study aims to address some of the key health issues facing LGBT communities by asking them survey questions delivered directly to their smartphones.

Is the recession really over? These economists say no
Sam Catherman - Dec 28, 2015
Japanese global brokerage firm Nomura explains why growth numbers for the economy were lower than expected for the first quarter.

Can these doctors restore forgotten memories?
Sam Catherman - Dec 28, 2015
A team of MIT researchers has demonstrated an amazing new method for retrieving forgotten memories in mice.

CDC warns of pool parasites this summer
Sam Catherman - Dec 28, 2015
A new report from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention warns of a new parasite invading swimming pools this summer, and offers advice on how to avoid it.

SCOTUS says Obamacare is here to stay
Sam Catherman - Dec 28, 2015
A ruling from the United States Supreme Court this Thursday upheld key provisions of the Affordable Care Act, allowing millions of Americans to keep their healthcare plan.

Arthritis drug restores pigment in patient with vitiligo
Sam Catherman - Dec 27, 2015
Researchers from the Yale School of Medicine have shown that a drug typically used to treat arthritis can restore the pigment in patients suffering from the disorder vitiligo.