Congress approved sweeping changes Tuesday to surveillance laws enacted after the Sept. 11 attacks, eliminating the National Security Agency's disputed bulk phone-records collection program and replacing it with a more restrictive measure to keep the records in phone companies' hands.
Emily Wagster Pettus, Associated Press | posted 29 minutes ago
Turnout for a vacant congressional seat in north Mississippi is sparse in some counties, but strong in others, including that of the longshot Democratic candidate.
The Associated Press | posted 50 minutes ago
The latest from an economic conference in Florida where some of the leading Republican presidential candidates and likely candidates spoke Tuesday:
Lindsay Whitehurst, Associated Press | posted Jun 2nd - 2:32pm
Utah state attorneys defending the state's anti-polygamy law argue it should stay on the books because it protects women and children from abuse.
Nicholas Riccardi, Associated Press | posted Jun 2nd - 12:32pm
Nevada is keeping its caucuses for selecting presidential nominees, a blow to former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and other contenders who hoped to shift the early-voting state to a system of primaries.
Nedra Pickler, Associated Press | posted Jun 2nd - 12:14pm
President Barack Obama awarded the Medal of Honor Tuesday to two World War I Army soldiers who may have been denied the top military honor in the past due to discrimination. "It's never too late to say thank you," Obama said.
Julie Bykowicz, Associated Press | posted Jun 2nd - 8:41am
Some of the biggest donors and fundraisers in the Republican Party, still uncertain who should get their support in 2016, are sprinkling their money around a presidential field that grows by the day.
Ken Thomas, Associated Press | posted Jun 2nd - 3:20am
An effort to draft Elizabeth Warren into the 2016 presidential race plans to close up shop next week, acknowledging that the Massachusetts senator will not — as she has repeatedly said — seek the Democratic nomination.
Jill Colvin, Associated Press | posted Jun 2nd - 1:40am
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will travel to South Carolina for the first time in nearly five months on Tuesday, part of a two-day swing through the state that's likely aimed as much at gathering information as it is about campaigning.
Dennis Romboy | posted Jun 1st - 9:07pm
Sen. Mike Lee continues to urge his U.S. Senate colleagues to pass legislation to end the government's bulk collection of Americans' telephone records, and he expects a vote as soon as Tuesday.
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