Pfc. Bradley Manning allegedly suggested to someone at the Kansas military prison where he is being held that WikiLeaks paid for the hundreds of thousands of leaked documents, according to a legal document filed in the Article 32 proceedings for Manning.
Herman Cain's wife said she doesn't believe the sexual harassment allegations against her husband because "he totally respects women."
Gloria Allred, lawyer for Sharon Bialek, calls Herman Cain a "serial liar and harasser."
Sharon Bialek says GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain sexually harassed her and describes the turn of events.
A Chicago woman said Monday that Herman Cain sexually groped her in 1997 when Cain was head of the National Restaurant Association.
CNN's Martin Savidge reports on the relationship of Herman Cain with his wife of 43 years, Gloria.
Joel Bennett, the attorney for one of Herman Cain's accusers, says his client wants to put the past behind her.
Gov. Rick Perry tells CNN's John King that his campaign did not leak the harassment allegations surrounding Herman Cain.
A defiant Herman Cain on Thursday continued to deny allegations of sexual harassment in his past and said he won't be deterred by the controversy that has dominated his front-running campaign for the Republican presidential nomination.
Herman Cain's campaign Wednesday called a report of a third former employee claiming he engaged in inappropriate behavior an example of "baseless allegations."
GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain says his campaign is in the phase where factions are trying to destroy him.
White House budget director Jacob Lew said Thursday he's optimistic that Congress will avoid any more threats of federal shutdowns later this month over a 2012 budget.
This week, Politico reported that two female employees accused GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain of sexual harassment when he was chair of the National Restaurant Association. "The women complained of sexually suggestive behavior by Cain that made them angry and uncomfortable," Politico reported, "and they signed agreements with the restaurant group that gave them financial payouts to leave the association."
An attorney for one of Cain's accusers says he heard someone from the Natl. Restaurant Association leaked the story.
What did Herman Cain know, and when did he know it?
A report in The Washington Post says one of Herman Cain's accusers is ready to go public and tell her side of the story.
Marco Rubio is writing his life story. Now the only question is: Which life?
Former U.S. Sen. and Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum has a well-known Google problem.
Wednesday night's GOP presidential debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Library in Simi Valley, California, produced some strange happenings.
Across America, people have been cutting back on their spending as they adjust to these difficult economic times. They've been cutting back on travel. They've been cutting back on going out to dinner. They've been cutting back on how much they spend at the store.
Will the Pentagon's most expensive weapons program ever live up to its cost? CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
Amid fears the United States risks default if lawmakers don't raise the debt ceiling on time, some are suggesting President Obama could save the day by big-footing Congress.
Should Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Arizona) resign?
It may seem like an odd partnership, but the natural gas industry and the wind industry may join forces.
A lot of politicians are weighing in with demands before they'll support raising the debt ceiling. Most of their conditions are related to debt, such as put in place a debt reduction plan or cut spending.
Across the country, state legislatures are debating redistricting right now. It's a once-a-decade proposition: the opportunity and obligation to redraw political district lines to reflect the latest census.
As lawmakers and the White House squabbled over the 2011 budget, dozens of prominent economists, former government officials and business leaders pressed them on Thursday to get serious about forging a long-term fix for the country's unsustainable debt.
Politics is serious business, but not all the time.
Fmr. FBI Asst. Director Thomas Fuentes and Fmr. Senate Sgt. at Arms William Pickle on the work of protecting lawmakers.
Lawmakers are weighing the benefit of accessibility with the necessity of security in the aftermath of a shooting at a political meet-and-greet outside an Arizona supermarket.
A California congresswoman under investigation by the House ethics committee ripped into that committee Wednesday, demanding to know why it secretly put two investigators working on her case on administrative leave on the same day it announced a postponement of a hearing.
The new battleground in the immigration debate is college and university campuses. And watching this fight unfold is, well, an education:
Fresno State's student body president revealed a big secret on Wednesday that has the campus abuzz. KFSN reports.
As countless print- or TV-based news organizations continue their descent, the future of the news business still seems curiously bright.
Politics is serious business, but not all of the time. From the halls of Congress to the campaign trail, there's always something that gets a laugh. Here are some of the things you might have missed.
Politics is serious business -- but not all of the time. From the halls of Congress to the campaign trail, there's always something that gets a laugh. Here are some of the things you might have missed:
Prime-time host Keith Olbermann, who was suspended for violating the ethics policy of his employer, will be back on air Tuesday night, the president of MSNBC said Sunday.
Jim VandeHei of Politico discusses an article he wrote regarding GOP leaders and a possible Sarah Palin White House bid.
After making changes requested by the network, the liberal watchdog group Media Matters for America aired a commercial on Fox News Channel Tuesday night criticizing Fox's parent company for a $1 million donation to a Republican governor's group.
Yesterday, Democrats in the Senate rejected taking up a new oil spill response bill because of a dispute over who foots the costs of future spill cleanups and more importantly, how much those parties -- largely oil and exploration companies -- will pay. The Senate is voting on the bill, vaguely titled "a bill to promote clean energy jobs and oil accountability, and for other purposes" in response to BP's spill in the Gulf at the Macondo well.
The Republican National Committee's summer meeting gets under way in Kansas City, Missouri, on Wednesday with a key address from Chairman Michael Steele.
The Associated Press has won the political version of musical chairs, beating out Fox News, Bloomberg and National Public Radio to win the coveted front row, center seat of the White House briefing room left vacant by Helen Thomas' retirement in June, the White House Correspondents Association announced Sunday.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi discusses the historic House vote regarding health care.
There was a lot to appreciate in yesterday's bipartisan White House health care summit between President Obama and members of Congress.
Najibullah Zazi: The terrorism suspect, a former Colorado airport shuttle driver from Afghanistan, pleaded guilty Monday to conspiring to detonate explosives in the United States.
Blanche Lincoln The League of Conservation Voters has targeted the senator from Arkansas by placing her name on the "Dirty Dozen" list of candidates it hopes to defeat in mid-term elections. Politico.com reports that the environmentalist advocacy group selected Lincoln, a Democrat up for re-election this year, because she opposed passing comprehensive climate legislation and for supporting Alaska Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski's resolution that would prevent the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating greenhouse gas emissions. According to Politico, the League raised more than $1.5 million to topple candidates in the last election. The Hill reports that Lincoln is fighting back. "I have built a practical, common-sense record on energy and environmental issues while working closely with Arkansas environmental advocates," Lincoln said in a released statement. "Threats from extremist groups from outside our state tell me I'm doing something right for Arkansas." In 1998, Lincoln
She blacks out John McCain's name on her visor to "remain incognito" - but photographers find her anyway
Nearly half of Americans surveyed said they find "whatever" to be the most annoying word or phrase, according to a poll by the Marist Institute for Public Opinion.
In an off-the-record chat, the President is heard allegedly calling the rapper's actions "inappropriate"
I couldn't help but laugh this morning when I saw the headline for a debate on Politico.com: "Should Obama feel obliged to appoint a qualified woman, African American or Hispanic to the Supreme Court? If so, why, and on what basis should he choose among these groups?"
As Democrats cast conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh as the de facto leader of the GOP, Republicans are decrying what they see as an orchestrated scheme designed to divert attention from the Democrats' spending proposals.
Guest host Roland Martin talks with his panel about their reaction to the Rush Limbaugh controversy.
Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele said Tuesday he has spoken with Rush Limbaugh about his comments regarding the conservative radio talk show host.
In comments that were broadcast over the weekend, Republican Party Chairman Michael Steele called Rush Limbaugh's rhetoric "incendiary" and "ugly" and insisted that he is in charge of the GOP.
Leave it to members of Congress to be completely daft, entirely clueless, and unbelievably out of touch.
CNN's Campbell Brown questions why Congress members are going on a retreat partially paid for by taxpayers.
The chairman of the Republican National Committee said he was "appalled" by a song called "Barack the Magic Negro" on a CD distributed by one of his political rivals.
Former President Bill Clinton's international business dealings, global foundation and penchant for going off script could present a significant obstacle to Hillary Clinton becoming secretary of state, observers say.
CNN talks with Peter Beinart about whether becoming Secretary of State would be good for Hillary Clinton.
When David Kronmiller wakes up and sits down at his computer in the morning, he usually checks the Huffington Post, the Drudge Report, Politico and the polls on RealClearPolitics. But the day after the election, he realized he didn't need to check those polls. There weren't any.
On the eve of the election, the campaigns are relying on their lucky charms. That was the gist of a story on Politico.com Monday.
The Obama and McCain campaigns find ways to try to bring luck to their parties. CNN's Campbell Brown reports.
Some aides to Sen. John McCain say they weren't happy that running mate Sarah Palin went off script Sunday and turned attention back to the controversy over her wardrobe.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer and panel discuss why a McCain advisor has been criticizing VP candidate Sarah Palin.
With 10 days until Election Day, long-brewing tensions between GOP vice presidential candidate Gov. Sarah Palin and key aides to Sen. John McCain have become so intense, they are spilling out in public, sources say.
There's been a lot of sniping and a lot of stories Wednesday about Gov. Sarah Palin's clothes.
CNN's Campbell Brown says criticism over the price tag of Sarah Palin's wardrobe is a double standard.
"It was always the intent that the clothing go to a charitable purpose," says a campaign rep
The Democratic National Convention that kicks off Monday in Denver will be a transforming moment in politics. But it could be almost as big an event in the annals of American media, the moment when the new kids on the block eclipse or at least grab equal footing with the establishment.
Sen. Barack Obama's campaign used a new attack ad Thursday to pound Sen. John McCain for his failure to answer a question about how many homes he owns.
Sen. Barack Obama takes swipe at Sen. John McCain's gaffe over how many houses he owns.
Sen. John McCain's recent campaign commercial linking Sen. Barack Obama to vapid celebrities was unanimously criticized in Democratic quarters, but one of the party's leading strategists said it did the job.
Scarlett Johansson can laugh about it now, but the actress says she was embarrassed by the media coverage of her so-called "e-mail relationship" with Barack Obama
A small but potentially fatal blast in Times Square snarls traffic and has eerie similarities to two previous unsolved attacks
Republican presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani has called a story raising questions about the accounting of his security expenses while he was mayor of New York a "hit job."
Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani is being questioned on security detail expenses. CNN's Mary Snow reports
The New York city comptroller's office in 2002 raised red flags about former Mayor Rudy Giuliani's $34,000 in security and travel spending on trips to the Hamptons.
Forgive me for being a bit cranky. A week ago, I had three wisdom teeth removed, and with all the prescriptions and tight stitches in my mouth, I've been unable to do any radio or TV this past week, and that has me all wound up.
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and his former wife donated money to Planned Parenthood, an abortion provider, old tax records show.