May 2015 Headlines
By a large majority, Americans believe media coverage of the 2016 presidential race will be biased.
Critics are blasting Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal for his executive order protecting individuals and businesses that have a religious objection to participating in a same-sex marriage ceremony.
Eight years after Barack Obama captured the White House, another up-and-comer, Marco Rubio, is aiming for a similar path, unflinchingly sounding the alarm on topics like religious freedom and gay marriage along way.
In a speech to Coast Guard graduates in Connecticut, the president said climate change is contributing to social tension and political instability worldwide.
An unprecedented U.S. military exercise slated to take place across seven Southwest states this summer is making many residents feel uneasy. So what exactly is Jade Helm 15?
Controversies surrounding Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton's secretive private email server and her ties to a top ABC News anchor are capturing headlines again.
Your freedoms are under attack like never before. Each year, unelected government bureaucrats impose thousands of new laws on Americans, all without a single vote from Congress.
Left-wing pundit Kirsten Powers is calling out her fellow liberals for their growing intolerance, especially when it comes to conservative and Christian viewpoints.
Jeb Bush said Americans should be unwavering supporters of traditional marriage. While Bush hasn't officially announced a run for president, he's spending a lot of time getting ready, including in Iowa.
The National Security Agency's ability to collect Americans' phone records could soon come to an end after the House overwhelmingly passed the USA Freedom Act.
It's "the most pro-life legislation ever to come before" the House. That's how Speaker John Boehner described a late-term abortion ban just minutes before the House approved the measure.
Every lawmaker takes an oath of office promising to defend the U.S. Constitution. One lawmaker says key provisions of our founding document have been lost, but it's not too late to restore liberty.
The U.S. State Department gave near-blanket approval to hundreds of overseas requests from Bill Clinton while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state.
Abortion opponents are growing increasingly frustrated with the Republican majority in Congress they worked so hard to elect.
When the GOP took Congress, pro-lifers thought it would lead to immediate action on abortion. So far, nothing's changed. Some say they're tired of being treated like the "Rodney Dangerfield of social movements."
The American Center for Law and Justice, joined by more than 100 members of Congress, has filed a lawsuit in federal appeals court to have President Barack Obama's executive orders on immigration declared unconstitutional.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says she would take immigration reform policies even further than President Barack Obama has.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is once again throwing his hat in the presidential ring. This time he must show he's tough enough to fight the war on terror.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee became the latest GOP candidate to announce his run for president Tuesday, calling on his supporters to make the journey "from hope to higher ground" for the country.
Former technology executive Carly Fiorina officially joined the race for the GOP presidential nomination this week. She said her presence could blunt the damaging "war on women" campaign tactic waged by Democrats.
Speaking before of hundreds of people at Detroit Music Hall Monday, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson declared, "It's time for people to rise up and take the government back."
Former technology executive Carly Fiorina is throwing her hat into the race for the Republican presidential nomination, blasting Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton.
The Oklahoma House has passed a bill calling for a 72-hour waiting period for women seeking abortions.