December 2013 Headlines
Problems with Obamacare could help them keep the House of Representatives and win control of the Senate, but internal bickering could be their downfall.
An AP-Times Square New Year's Eve poll shows that only 34 percent of Americans think the nation is headed in the right direction.
Young people are abandoning President Barack Obama in big numbers, according to a new poll by the Harvard University Institute of Politics.
Last month President Barack Obama offered a "fix" to people who have lost their insurance coverage because of Obamacare.
At a private event with pastors recently, former Gov. Mike Huckabee's speech sounded like a GOP primary rally. Will he throw his hat in the ring again for the White House?
A measure that would help protect persecuted Christians is one step closer to becoming a law.
Half of the terror suspects at Guantanamo Bay could be closer to heading home under a new congressional deal.
Americans think President Obama does a little better abroad than here at home, according to a new Associated Press--GfK poll.
Congress passes bill easing across-the-board spending cuts and threat of future shutdowns.
What most Americans consider a huge invasion of privacy may soon disappear if an Obama Administration panel suggestions are carried out.
The U.S. Senate confirm Jeh Johnson as the new head of the Department of Homeland Security, handily bypassing any Republican opposition.
A modest budget deal that has created a lot of buzz about bipartisanship in Washington is set to go before the full Senate today.
A bill recently re-introduced in Congress may do away with Christian and local TV programming.
Leaders of the country's largest technology firms have warned the president the NSA spying programs damage their reputations and could hurt the economy.
The Federal Reserve Bank commemorated the 100th Anniversary of the signing of the Federal Reserve Act Monday.
Rebuking the Obama administration's spy program, a federal judge ruled the NSA's collection of American phone records is unconstitutional.
She has been called the "Sarah Palin of the Prairie." But Rep. Kristi Noem is blazing her own trail, making her mark not just within the GOP but in the kingdom of God.
Members of the Republican-controlled House gave approval to the budget plan, but supporters of the deal may need a "hail Mary" pass to win in the Senate.
Far fewer people are signing up for Obamacare than the White House anticipated.
In a rare act of bipartisanship, House Republicans and Democrats voted overwhelmingly in favor of a budget deal.
Secretary of State John Kerry is asking lawmakers to refrain from imposing new sanctions on Iran.
"Family Talk" founder and radio host James Dobson is suing the federal government over the Affordable Care Act's contraception coverage mandate.
President Barack Obama's approval rating has dropped to a new low, and his negative ratings are dragging down other Democrats, too.
The president lauding a bipartisan budget deal aimed at avoiding another government shutdown. But some wonder whether it's good for taxpayers or will mean more spending.
Lawmakers have reached an agreement on the 2014 National Defense Bill, but it doesn't include a key proposal to help crack down on sexual assault in the military.
Senate Democrats are starting to use the new power they granted themselves to stack America's top appeals court with President Barack Obama's nominees.
The chief architect of Obamacare said Americans misunderstood what the President meant when he vowed Americans could keep their doctors.
Democratic Senator Majority Leader Harry Reid has exempted his staffers from buying insurance through Obamacare.
The White House has changed its story after claiming last year that the president never met his Kenyan uncle, a man who violated U.S. immigration laws for five decades.
A man fakes dementia in order to claim social security disability. Another man illegally enters the United States then poses as a disabled veteran in order to do the same.
Republicans on Capitol Hill are continuing their investigation into the failed debut of the president's health care law.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce said it's going to use every resource at its disposal to fight the growing number of federal regulations.
Democrats want to mandate that metal components become a permanent part of any gun, as opposed to a removable part of a gun.
The congressman leading the investigation into the Internal Revenue Service is accusing the FBI of blocking the inquiry.
The Supreme Court has rejected a lawsuit from Liberty University fighting the birth control coverage mandate in Obamacare.