Nico Mele has helped politicians win elections through his technological expertise. He now joins the Los Angeles Times as deputy publisher.
Worshippers at a Jerusalem synagogue are the latest casualties in an ongoing siege of violence between Israel and Palestine.
Some officials believe that the report on disciplinary action within the LAPD is not conclusive.
Senate Democratic strategists need to learn to be more realistic.
In order to save money, the U.S. Census Bureau is proposing the elimination of 30 questions that demographers say are invaluable.
In anticipation of a grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case, the governor of Missouri, Jay Nixon has declared a state of emergency.
By Mark Davis, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (TNS) Former Georgia Governor Carl E. Sanders, Sr., a statesman, businessman and philanthropist, champion of education and better government, died Sunday. He was 89. As a young man, Sanders ...
U.S. spy agencies are struggling to stay on top of intelligence about Syria.
73 percent of schools in rural districts do not have any schools that meet FCC guidelines for high-speed Internet access, but FCC chairman Tom Wheeler has a plan to change that shocking statistic.
But Lynch is about to get a crash course in partisan politics.
By David Lightman, McClatchy Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — Mitch McConnell, the Senate’s most powerful Republican, will get his first big 2014 electoral test Tuesday as he faces a Tea Party challenger who’s trying to mobilize ...