Almost half of likely voters think income inequality is a big problem, said a George Washington University Battleground poll released Wednesday.
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Rep. Michael McCaul, Texas Republican, said Wednesday that soft targets outside the immediate Olympic area in Sochi are likely at the greatest risk for a terrorist attack.
Dissatisfaction with how well the government works is the highest since Gallup began tracking it 14 years ago, according to a poll released Wednesday.
Officials said 500,108 had enrolled on the state-run health exchange from Oct. 1 to Dec. 31, but preliminary data suggests that an additional 125,000 had enrolled through Wednesday.
The Obama administration announced Tuesday that it will host the first "U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit" this summer in Washington.
The U.S. Postal Service could face $1.4 billion in repair work if it hopes to keep its facilities safely operating, according to a report released this week.
Rep. Michael Grimm, New York Republican, said Americans should not change their plans to attend the Sochi Olympics despite security threats, because doing so would be a victory for the terrorists.
President Obama's job approval rating for his fifth year, which included the troubled roll-out of his signature health care law and a 16-day government shutdown, is more than 2 points lower than his 2012 rating, a Gallup poll released Tuesday said.
The new health care law has claimed a new victim in the nation's capital — a popular Friday lunch buffet in Georgetown.
Another lawmaker joined the growing chorus of those who are questioning the safety of Americans attending the Olympics next month in Sochi, Russia.
Republicans are more satisfied than Democrats with the income and wealth distribution in the U.S. today, said a Gallup poll released Monday.
New York City voters by a 64-24 percent margin say Michael Bloomberg's 12 years as mayor were "mainly a success, according to a new poll.
In announcing changes to U.S. surveillance and data-collection efforts, President Obama on Friday also took some pointed shots at Russia and China, saying a public debate over government spying never would take place in those countries.
First lady Michelle Obama took her 50th birthday in stride Friday, smiling for a photo with her new AARP card.
The investigation into "Bridgegate" shot to the top of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey on Thursday through a subpoena to Executive Director Patrick Foye, as lawmakers dig in for an extensive review of why Gov. Chris Christie's subordinates ordered lane closures near the George Washington Bridge.