The Senate is on the cusp of approving historic immigration legislation offering citizenship to millions in the U.S. illegally and spending billions of dollars to secure the border.
Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday the U.S. sympathizes with India’s wariness about talks between the U.S. and the Taliban, whose affiliates have been blamed for attacking Indian reconstruction projects in Afghanistan and the Indian embassy in Kabul.
Outgoing Kansas Insurance Commissioner Sandy Praeger admits she no longer fits into the state Republican party she has served for most of her life.
A top political supporter confirms that Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback will seek a second term next year.
Gov. Sam Brownback is taking applications to fill a new position on the Kansas Court of Appeals, the first to use a new process signed into law this spring.
Kansas lawmakers have returned to the Statehouse and made quick work of the ceremonial conclusion of a 2013 session that produced additional tax cuts on top of sweeping changes made a year earlier
President Barack Obama is opening a 24-hour visit to Germany, the culmination of which will be a speech Wednesday at Berlin’s iconic Brandenburg Gate.
Bulgaria’s prime minister said Monday that Parliament’s appointment of a media mogul as the nation’s security chief was a mistake, but that his government will not resign over it.
The Bulgarian parliament’s quick appointment of a legislator and media mogul to head the country’s security service sparked massive protests Friday and prompted the president to demand the decision be immediately reversed.
Gov. Rick Perry on Thursday signed a law protecting Christmas and other holiday celebrations in Texas public schools from legal challenges.
Obama says a Father’s Day luncheon at the White House on Friday was a great way for all the dads to celebrate the coming occasion and remember how lucky they are.
Phone call logs, credit card records, emails, Skype chats, Facebook message, and more: The precise nature of the NSA’s sweeping surveillance apparatus has yet to be confirmed.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Global defense contractor Science Applications International Corporation has agreed to pay $11.75 million to settle a federal civil claim alleging it overbilled the government for homeland security training programs under a decade-long scheme.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says he won’t accept watered-down background checks as the price for pushing gun control legislation through the Senate.
Iraqi officials say that the governor of Iraq’s northern Sunni-dominated province of Ninevah has escaped an assassination attempt that left two people killed and three others wounded.