Montana Gov. Steve Bullock on Monday announced he was suspending his campaign for president and made clear he has no plans to run for U.S. Senate.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has pardoned a man serving life in prison for sexually abusing his 6-year-old stepdaughter, saying the man was wrongly convicted.
A New York state lawmaker elected to replace a politician busted for stealing money has herself raised ethics questions — after allegedly trying to score $100,000 for a group that doesn’t exist.
A former California Democratic lawmaker was ordered to pay $150,000 on Thursday after admitting to pulling funds from campaign coffers in part to pay for a trip to Asia, finance an expensive remodeling project on his Hawaii vacation home, and book flights for him and his wife to London and Washington, D.C.
Nikki Haley received an apology Thursday from the Dallas County Republican Party, after an emailed invitation for a fundraising event she is scheduled to attend next month described her as “the early frontrunner for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination,” according to a report.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards held a narrow lead over Republican challenger Eddie Rispone in Saturday's gubernatorial runoff, with more than 91 percent of the state's precincts reporting.
President Trump urged Louisiana voters to oust Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards on Saturday, as polls opened in a tight race that Republicans hope will deliver them a vital seat less than a year before Election Day, and show Trump’s own political strength.
In an 8-0 vote Tuesday night, the city council of Tacoma, Wash., approved new taxes on the sales of firearms and ammunition.
San Francisco's newly elected district attorney has promised to not prosecute public urination and other quality-of-life crimes that have plagued the highly-priced Bay Area amid a crippling homelessness crisis affecting urban communities across California.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin voiced concerns Wednesday night that voter fraud may have played a role in the state’s gubernatorial election – after an unofficial count placed the incumbent about 5,000 votes behind his Democratic challenger.
President Trump, at a campaign rally in Louisiana Wednesday night, unloaded on whistleblower attorney Mark Zaid, after a Fox News article from earlier in the day revealed that Zaid had tweeted about a "coup" against the president back in 2017.
A dispute between an Indiana mayor and his city’s police department has resulted in a list of felony charges against the mayor, according to reports.
Close to a thousand anti-police protesters descended on Downtown Brooklyn Friday night, blocking traffic, vandalizing a city bus and shouting obscene insults at NYPD cops.
President Trump rallied supporters in Tupelo, Miss. Friday night in a bid to shore up Republican support ahead of the state's tightest gubernatorial race in nearly a generation.
President Trump on Friday detailed his reasons for claiming his primary residence as Florida rather than New York-- partially blaming Democratic politicians for unfavorable conditions in the Empire State.
The California Democratic Party has spent more than $800,000 in legal costs associated with lawsuits alleging of discrimination and sexual misconduct by former party chairman, Eric Bauman.
California will limit how much landlords can increase rents over the next decade as the state continues to grapple with a housing crisis that has exacerbated its homelessness epidemic.
A Republican state senator in Virginia changed a Facebook campaign ad Friday after her Democratic challenger called the pro-Second Amendment post “violent rhetoric.”
Ahead of Hurricane Dorian's imminent arrival, Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., weighed in on findings suggesting climate change has increased the strength of storms, during an interview on "Fox News Sunday."
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey apologized on Thursday for her role in a racist skit involving blackface that her sorority put on when she was a student at Auburn University in the sixties.