August 2015 Headlines
Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton is going on the attack, comparing Republican presidential candidates to terrorists because of some of their pro-life views.
Most of the money in big government programs meant to help the poor don't actually go to help these poeple. As a result, the poor may dislike Republicans but they realize what Democrats offer is an eventual deadend.
After weeks of intense lobbying, the White House appears closer to getting the congressional votes it needs to approve the controversial nuclear deal with Iran.
GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump clashed with with yet another news anchor this week.
Vice President Joe Biden may also be entering the race for the White House. A senior Democrat says Biden received President Barack Obama's "blessing" to run, CNN reports.
Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz is recruiting pastors to mobilize their congregations in a push to defund Planned Parenthood.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's attorney said the emails and all data on her computer server were erased before it was turned over to federal authorities.
Billionare Donald Trump is doubling down on his controversial immigration policy. His latest proposal: revoke the citizenship of American-born children of undocumented immigrants, a right guaranteed by the 14th Amendment.
Billionaire Donald Trump is leading the GOP presidential pack in the polls and dividing the party with a call to rewrite the Constitution to crack down on millions of immigrants living here illegally.
New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez says President Barack Obama's agreement leaves Iran with the possibility to produce a nuclear weapon and that's not acceptable.
The man who helped break the infamous Watergate story in the 1970s says Hillary Clinton's email scandal is very much like President Richard Nixon's scandal that led to his resignation.
Congress is set to vote on the Iran nuclear deal in just a few weeks but new reports indicate the vote may not matter that much.
GOP frontrunner Donald Trump was the main attraction at the Iowa State Fair this weekend. Love him or hate him, Iowans turned out in droves to hear what he had to say.
Hillary Clinton discussed classified information in emails sent from her private server while she was Secretary of State.
"If you're killing babies and taking the tissue, that's a very different thing than taking a dead specimen and keeping a record of it," Dr. Carson told The Washington Post.
John Kerry is warning that the world could drop the U.S. dollar as the global reserve currency if Congress doesn't approve the Iran nuclear deal.
A federal investigation of Hillary Clinton revealed two emails on her private server were classified as "top secret," a revelation causing a deepening campaign crisis.
A federal appeals court declined to review the case of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell, letting his convictions on public corruption charges stand.
President Barack Obama and his family left the White House for a vacation in Martha's Vineyard, and lawmakers have emptied out the Capitol for their annual congressional recess.
Republican candidate Rick Perry has reportedly stopped paying all of his presidential campaign staff.
When the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on gay marriage in June, it led to a new movement that's gained the attention and support of GOP candidates.
Republican candidate Donald Trump is not apologizing or backing down from his negative comments about Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly.
States, energy companies and business groups are preparing to sue the Obama administration over its climate rules, which require significant cuts in power plant carbon emissions.
Round one of the Republican debate brought many issues to the table with candidates varying their stances across the board. One subject that brought the most unity dealt with Planned Parenthood, government funding, and prolife legislation.
When it comes to showing compassion for people living in poverty in America, who cares more about their plight: conservatives or liberals? Best-selling author Arthur Brooks tackles this intriguing question in his latest book.
Republican presidential candidates are getting a second chance to make a good first impression with conservative activists after their inaugural televised debates had unheard of millions tuning in to see how they would play off each other.
The Republican presidential candidates took on the issues, the Democrats, and each other Thursday night, tackling everything from the economy to Iraq to Planned Parenthood – and God.
The IRS did indeed hold up the applications of the Tea Party and other conservative groups for tax-exempt status, according to a bipartisan Senate Finance Committee report.
The first GOP presidential debate is set to kick off Thursday night in Cleveland. There will be two debates, a total of 17 candidates and a whole lot of pushing and shoving.
Immigration reform was the hot topic among GOP presidential candidates at a New Hampshire forum on Monday.
The Senate has failed to pass a bill that would have cut off taxpayer funds for America's biggest abortion provider.
A divisive debate over climate change has begun with President Barack Obama's sweeping new power plant regulations.
If you haven't seen the videos about Planned Parenthood's operation to harvest human body parts from abortions, I suggest you view them. It might change your mind about whether taxpayers should help fund Planned Parenthood.
President Barack Obama unveiled a new plan to cut emissions from U.S. power plants.
The Senate has blocked a bill to defund the nation's largest abortion provider, setting up a possible showdown this fall.