July 2014 Headlines
House lawmakers voted to sue the president, saying he has exceeding his authority by deciding unilaterally how to implement Obamacare and other federal laws.
American Center for Law and Justice cited evidence that the Justice Deptartment was also targeting conservative groups right along with the IRS.
Lawmakers are throwing their support behind a social media campaign to encourage the public and government leaders to display the motto "In God We Trust."
The crisis with Russia, immigration, and other scandals are clearly taking their toll on President Barack Obama's approval ratings.
Republicans and Democrats from the House and Senate have agreed to authorize billions in spending to lease 27 new clinics and hire more doctors and nurses.
House Republicans and Senate Democrats are battling over plans to fix the border crisis as thousands of young immigrants flood into the United States.
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen said it may be possible to recover emails thought to be lost for good.
President Barack Obama signed executive orders Monday creating special protections for gay and transgender employees.
Democrats mad at the Supreme Court's recent Hobby Lobby ruling saw their attempt to fix it blocked on the Senate floor today.
There's a sustained war on women going on, but according to journalist Katie Pavlich, the perpetrators are not conservatives as mainstream media proposes.
The Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing, Tuesday, on what pro-lifers call "the most radical pro-abortion bill ever considered by Congress."
Both Republicans and Democrats say the president has the power to stop the unprecedented surge of undocumented immigrants flooding the U.S.-Mexico border.
A federal judge is demanding the Internal Revenue Service detail how former IRS official Lois Lerner's emails went missing.
The U.S. House of Representatives is moving ahead with its plans to sue President Barack Obama over the implementation of Obamacare.
Former IRS official Lois Lerner warned her colleagues to be cautious about what they wrote in emails.
The president's trip to Texas regarding the immigration crisis didn't include a visit to the border - a move that's drawn criticism from both sides of the aisle.
House lawmakers are outraged over reports the government shelled out $100 billion in payments to people who should not have received them.
Democrats in the Senate are trying to override the Supreme Court's ruling that exempted some companies from Obamacare's birth control mandate.
The U.S. House of Representatives has approved a five-year renewal of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom.
A federal watchdog agency is looking into claims that whistleblowers in the scandal involving VA hospitals say they suffered retaliation from their superiors.
The politics over immigration is coming to a head in Texas as President Barack Obama meets with his chief critic, Gov. Rick Perry.
John Boehner has elaborated on both his reasoning and a timetable for a Congressional lawsuit against President Barack Obama for enacting laws through executive orders.
The Homeland Security secretary says deportation proceedings might be long delayed for the thousands of unaccompanied minors crossing the U.S.-Mexico border illegally.
Colorado's Democratic governor and Republican attorney general have asked a federal court to declare the state's ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional.
GOP House challenger Glo Smith was recently the target of racist vandalism when an 8 by 4 foot billboard with her picture on it was plastered with whiteface paint.
President Barack Obama is blaming "the Republican Congress" for blocking highway construction and transit programs across the country.
Accusing the GOP of inaction on immigration reform, the president says he's going to bypass Congress and take executive actions to shore up the border.