Lisa Lerer and Ken Thomas, Associated Press | Posted Feb 11th - 3:10pm
After an overwhelming loss in New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton is staking a campaign comeback on her ability to woo black and Latino voters, placing outreach to those communities at the center of her strategy to re-energize her 2016 bid.
Holly Ramer, Associated Press | Posted Feb 11th - 2:50pm
The oversized Carly Fiorina campaign signs along New Hampshire's Route 4 weren't enough to keep the Republican presidential hopeful's campaign alive past Tuesday's primary, but they could end up helping people with disabilities live their lives more independently.
Michael Biesecker and Julie Bykowicz, Associated Press | Posted Feb 11th - 2:50pm
Protecting the privacy of law-abiding citizens from the government is a pillar of Ted Cruz's Republican presidential candidacy, but his campaign is testing the limits of siphoning personal data from supporters.
Shawn Pogatchnik, Associated Press | Posted Feb 11th - 2:30pm
Two reporters covering the Dublin gang war have received death threats from criminals because of their work, but they won't be deterred from exposing Ireland's underworld, the country's largest newspaper group said Thursday.
Matthew Brown and Dan Elliott, Associated Press | Posted Feb 11th - 2:11pm
A probe of a mine waste accident in Colorado that fouled rivers in three states with arsenic, lead and other toxic substances has found further evidence that government workers knew a spill from the gold mine was possible, according to documents released Thursday by a U.S. House committee.
Andrew Demillo, Associated Press | Posted Feb 11th - 2:11pm
A ruling that defendants can be required to pay their bail in cash drew objections Thursday from Arkansas' Supreme Court chief justice, who cited a man who had strong opinions about the legal system: Johnny Cash.
Raf Casert, Associated Press | Posted Feb 11th - 1:51pm
Portugal's fellow states in the 19-nation eurozone are keeping a wary eye on its new government's plans to roll back budget austerity measures, with the bloc's top executive and Germany both warning the country not to miss deficit targets.
Bruce Schreiner, Associated Press | Posted Feb 11th - 3:20pm
Abortion opponents increasingly on the offensive in Kentucky's statehouse advanced legislation Thursday that would require doctors to perform ultrasounds prior to abortions and to describe what is seen to the pregnant women.