The Trudeau government hopes its proposed bill on doctor-assisted suicide will be approved in Parliament by the Supreme Court's deadline of June 6, but stiff opposition from some in the Commons and the Senate is making that next to impossible. MPs are voting on amendments to Bill C-14 tonight. […]
Fears the Liberal's new child benefit could clog courts with divorced couples fighting over child support payments were dismissed by Finance Minister Bill Morneau today in his appearance before a Commons finance committee. But his Conservative critic says the impact of the changes is creating confusion. […]
The Republicans' internal battles have certainly quieted down, and will likely continue to simmer now that Donald Trump has crossed the threshold of delegate support, the war within the Democratic ranks has surprisingly intensified.
The Liberal party is one of the oldest and most hallowed political institutions in Canada, an entity storied not only for its leaders and legislative achievements, but for its machinations and shadowy movers. But now, its leaders would have you understand, it is no longer a party. It is, rather, a "movement." […]
The federal Conservatives are calling for the Trudeau government to refer a New Brunswick court case dealing with the interprovincial movement of alcohol for personal use to the Supreme Court of Canada.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi approached Prime Minister Justin Trudeau with concerns about the status of the Muskrat Falls project during an informal chat between the two leaders at last week's G7 summit in Japan.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A judge, called a "hater" by Donald Trump for his handling of a lawsuit related to the businessman's Trump University real estate school, has unsealed documents related to the case.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In a move to bolster support among veterans, Republican Donald Trump joined a leather-jacket-wearing, motorcycle-riding crowd in Washington on Sunday to honor fighters who served in foreign wars and advocate for those still missing in action.
WASHINGTON - Former U.S. Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio on Sunday ruled out becoming Donald Trump's vice presidential running mate, but said he'd be "honored" to play some kind of a role in helping him win the White House.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (Reuters) - Just days before the end of the Illinois legislature's spring session, the governor said on Sunday he would veto a House-passed budget, which includes school funding, and fired back at an angry Chicago mayor.
(Reuters) - The mayor and police chief of Cleveland next week will outline what security measures they would take for the Republican National Convention, officials said after a civil rights group and a police union criticized aspects of the preparations.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Latino groups have criticized the Democratic Party for relying too heavily on Republican Donald Trump's inflammatory comments on illegal immigration to drive Hispanic voters to the polls, calling instead for the party to do more to address Latino concerns, according to meeting notes seen by Reuters.
(Reuters) - A lawsuit brought by Texas and other states against the Obama administration's policy on bathroom access may move the United States closer to a resolution on transgender rights by putting the issue on a trajectory for the Supreme Court.
TRENTON, N.D. (Reuters) - When Donald Trump laid out his plan this week to roll back U.S. environmental regulations to boost the ailing energy industry, it raised both the hopes and fears of the American Indians living near the heart of the country's richest oil fields.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. immigration officials have kicked off a new round of raids intended to deport hundreds of Central American mothers and children who have entered the country illegally, according to a legal group that works with the immigrants.
A spokeswoman for Donald Trump on Monday continued a line of criticism launched by Trump about a California judge who is overseeing a fraud case against him -- suggesting that the judge's Hispanic heritage and membership in a Latino lawyers association would affect his ability to judge the case.
Bill Kristol and other Never-Trump Republicans have done extensive polling and talked to potential candidates and financial backers about how to stop Donald Trump, according to sources familiar with those efforts.
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On the first round of voting at the Libertarian Party's nominating convention on Sunday morning, former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson narrowly missed the threshold of support needed to secure the party's nomination, requiring another round of voting.