Articles by Milligan, Susan
Does the former governor think Alaskans are enslaved by all these government giveaways?
A white Houston man won a seat on the city's community college board by pretending to be black.
Supporting the military means much more than just supporting a war effort.
Mayor-elect Marty Walsh is in a long-term relationship, but unmarried, and Boston voters didn't seem to mind.
The Miami Dolphins' bullying controversy is not an isolated incident for America's modern-day gladiators.
Rob Ford admitted he has smoked crack, but says he won't resign from office.
Being popular as a governor is a suspicious characteristic to the very primary voters one needs to run for president.
Snowden actually wonders why the U.S. is treating him like a defector?
A new book explores the childish decision-making that took place behind the scenes of both 2012 campaigns.
Kathleen Sebelius' appearance on the Hill was more about theater than lawmakers getting answers.