April 2015 Headlines
More controversy is arising over the Clinton Foundation and its relationship with wealthy foreign contributors while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state.
President Barack Obama's pick to replace Attorney General Eric Holder is headed for a confirmation vote in the U.S. Senate Thursday.
A move for a "fast track" free trade bill is set to work its way through the Senate.
Hillary Rodham Clinton is facing tough questions about growing accusations over her family's foreign financial ties.
With growing debt threatening America's future, one group wants to protect it by amending the Constitution. But that won't be easy because it's being attempted in a way that's never been done before.
Clinton Cash, a new book by Peter Schweizer due out next month, is already causing a big stir in political circles.
GOP presidential candidate Rand Paul told a pro-life audience Thursday that liberty can only be protected if we first start with protecting the basic right to life.
The Clinton Foundation has decided to limit foreign donations now that Hillary Clinton is running for president.
America's tax code is a mess and a lot of 2016 hopefuls want to do something about that.
President Obama announced two major foreign policy moves: first, removing Cuba from the list of countries that sponsor terrorism and second, giving Congress a say in the Iranian nuclear deal.
Republican Sen. Marco Rubio told top donors Monday he's seeking his party's nomination in the 2016 race for the White House.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham-Clinton has made it official: she's making a second bid for the White House.
President Barack Obama is calling for an end to conversion therapy for young people with unwanted same-sex attraction.
In an Easter celebration at the White House this week President Barack Obama explained why he needs prayer now more than ever.
The second Republican to enter the race for president could be the most unconventional candidate the party has seen in quite a while.
Sen. Rand Paul launched his 2016 presidential campaign Tuesday, making it offical at a rally in his home state of Kentucky.
Sen. Robert Menendez, D-N.J., said charges that he used his office to help a party donor are political and he promises he won't give up his Senate seat.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used an iPad for email while she was in office, as well as a Blackberry.