Last week's attack by a shooter in Washington, D.C., and another mass shooting in a San Francisco UPS facility will revive the ongoing debate between gun rights supporters and opponents. Neither side will convince the other. The debate never really ends.
Text messages that might have led to a teen's suicide have been the main focus of a Massachusetts manslaughter trial last week. Michelle Carter's text messages show that initially she told her boyfriend, Conrad Roy III, that he shouldn't commit suicide.
Missouri lawmakers will be called back into session Monday, a little more than a week after they closed out their regular session.
Political landscapes have been changing rapidly, and there's a natural tendency to see the actions of politicians as the root cause. Maybe that's the wrong method of analysis. Maybe the politicians Americans get are the result of those societal changes, r
Humans are story-telling creatures. There are stories in politics, too.
Two Quincy aldermen whose terms will end in May say there are little things about serving on the City Council that probably would surprise most people.
Health care talks in the U.S. House last week show how polarized that chamber is, and how much energy all sides can expend on an issue that is far from its final form.