June 25, 2012 While I imagine there are some out there who await the Supreme Court's ruling on health care policy, I'm convinced everyone is excited about this week's ScuttleButton puzzle. And can you blame them?
June 25, 2012 The justices say a state law cannot supersede its 2010 Citizens United ruling, which let corporations deploy their money to help or attack specific candidates. Montana had argued that a history of corporate-financed corruption in state government should let tough state laws remain in force.
June 25, 2012 The presumptive GOP nominee took knocks from congressional Republicans during the party's presidential primaries. But Mitt Romney and his supporters are hoping Republicans will rally behind him ahead of what looks likely to be a hard-fought and close election against President Obama.
June 24, 2012 School's out and that means families with young children are packing their bags and boarding flights. This summer, though, kids going through airport security are being treated just a little bit more like kids. The Transportation Security Administration has announced some new policies.
June 24, 2012 KUERThe six-term Republican senator faces an anti-incumbent atmosphere and an opponent who was just 2 years old when Orrin Hatch was first elected to the Senate. Utah Republicans will go to the polls Tuesday to decide between Hatch and former state Sen. Dan Liljenquist.
June 23, 2012 The general election is still months away, but President Obama and Mitt Romney are already hammering each other with attack ads. Negative campaigning is hardly new, and some say the 2012 race could be one of the most negative races in recent history. But is that really a bad thing?