- Unbeliebable: White House turns Bieber petition response into immigration screed
- Obama signs law denying Iran ambassador’s visa, but says law is ‘advisory’
- Mich. judge to laughing convicted killer: ‘I hope you die in prison’
- Man charged in Kansas City-area highway shootings
- Keystone XL pipeline still on hold after State Dept. decision
- Fla. man charged with killing 16-month-old son to play Xbox undisturbed
- Drones from the deep: Pentagon develops ocean-floor attack robots
- Michigan mayor slaps back atheists’ try to erect ‘reason station’ at city hall
- PHILLIPS: Where is the conservative establishment?
- 7.5-magnitude earthquake shakes southern Mexico
Water Cooler Archive: June 2013
"Republicans know we can't truly represent America until we're engaged in every community and every state. The old GOP didn't do a great job of that. But the new GOP - the Growth and Opportunity Party - is doing things differently," Mr. Priebus says. Published June 30 2013
9,500 reenactors, 375 horses, 300,000 spectators arrive for 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg
It's not exactly party time. Dramatic observance? Well, yeah. More than 300,000 curious, enthusiastic, reverent and occasionally overwhelmed Americans and international visitors are expected to descend upon Pennsylvania to commemorate the Battle of Gettysburg, fought 15 decades ago from July 1 to July 3, 1863. Published June 29 2013
The National Republican Congressional Committee has assembled a compendium of Rep. Nancy Pelosi's, uh, commentary in recent days. Yes, there's video. Published June 28 2013
In the constantly shifting equations of potential Republican hopefuls for future president and vice president, former Florida governor Jeb Bush name has been tied with another former governor: Sarah Palin. The pair have now been framed as a "the GOP's only chance" in the race Published June 28 2013
StopHillary2016.org - organized by Matt Rhoades, former point man for Mitt Romney's presidential campaign - went active June 21. And naturally, an "Inaugural Stop Hillary 2016 Luncheon" is planned for early next month in Manhattan. Published June 27 2013
"Today's ruling is a victory of conservative principles and admonishment of government overreach," says Gregory T. Angelo, executive director of the Log Cabin Republicans Published June 26 2013
Lift your glasses high? There is not a single demographic in the nation that agrees with New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's proposed ban on big drinks in his town. It is something that all ethnicities, political parties and income brackets agree on. Published June 26 2013
Not all mayors want to join Mayors Against Illegal Guns, the well-funded and aggressive activist group founded in 2006 by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. There's not a single mayor in the states of Alaska, Montana, Oklahoma, South Dakota, and Wyoming who has signed up, in fact. Published June 25 2013
There's been so much stormy weather around the White House in recent weeks that it's no wonder that President Obama has heeded the radar and returned to the familiar, vapid region of climate change. On Tuesday, Mr. Obama heads to Georgetown University to remind his green-minded pals that he has not forgotten a promise of five months ago. Published June 23 2013
'Incompetent' and 'liar' among most frequently used words to describe the president: Pew Research Center
One gauge of a president's favorability is the assorted descriptors the public volunteers to a pollster about the leader of the Free World. The Pew Research Center has tracked the assorted description of President Obama over the years. Published June 21 2013
Sen. Ted Cruz continues to captivate voters in the Lone Star State, who see White House potential in the Texas Republican. Mr. Cruz is the favorite in a University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll of potential presidential candidates with 25 percent of the vote, besting Sens. Rand Paul and Marco Rubio and Govs. Rick Perry and Chris Christie of New Jersey. Published June 20 2013
Well, maybe they had a few choice culinary moments and gained a lobbyist. Or a pound or two. Republicans and Democrats favor their own eateries in the nation's capitol and between the two parties, they dropped $7.7 million at assorted spots around town last year - this according to a painstaking study by the Center for Responsive Politics. Published June 19 2013
"There are many things I don't believe in anymore, and Washington is one of them. And I despise that city now. Because it has just become a symbol of corruption to me, a symbol of grotesque growth, where the rest of us are suffering in the rest of the country," Mr. Beck said. Published June 18 2013
"But we live in a big city, not on a farm, and while composting is a great idea in certain circumstances, it doesn't make sense to mandate that all New York residents save their rotting food," says one risk expert. "Consider the increased risks from disease-carrying vermin, a problem the city still hasn't conquered, from all of the pre-compost material sitting around." Published June 18 2013
Tallying the names of those who think National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden is a hero? There's another entry to add to the motley list, which already includes Michael Moore, Glenn Beck and Ron Paul. Published June 17 2013
It's the Republican Party, future version - minus political glitz, and with a focus on hard work. GOPAC, the political action committee established in 1979 to groom future campaign heavyweights, is hosting an "Emerging Leaders Summit" in New York City through Wednesday. Published June 17 2013
Politician shortage? Seven out of 10 voters wonder if our elected leaders are the 'best' we can find
Are gifted, committed leaders shunning the expensive, combative political arena? Maybe so. Voters are not convinced that the best among us have been elected, according to a new Fox News poll. Published June 17 2013
"I mentioned earlier that American culture is unique and must be included in all discussions of culture. It is America that has fed more and freed more people on earth than all the other countries put together. You know how I know this is a great country? Because everybody is trying to get in, and nobody is trying to get out," Mr. Ailes told his audience. Published June 13 2013
Rand Paul: 'American taxpayer dollars are being used to enable a war on Christianity in the Middle East'
"It is clear that American taxpayer dollars are being used to enable a war on Christianity in the Middle East and I believe that must end," the lawmaker told a Faith and Freedom Coalition audience. Published June 13 2013
When news broke that the IRS had targeted conservative groups, the "Big Three" broadcast networks were hot on the trail, airing 96 stories about the matter for the first two weeks. But this week? There was only one story, which aired on ABC. Published June 13 2013
Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
- Scalia to students on high taxes: At a certain point, 'perhaps you should revolt'
- Former Ranger breaks silence on Pat Tillman death: I may have killed him
- Special Forces' suicide rates hit record levels casualties of 'hard combat'
- Feds approve powdered alcohol; 'Palcohol' available later this year
- Army goes to war with National Guard, seizes Apache attack helicopters
- EDITORIAL: Mark Warner running scared?
- EDITORIAL: Republicans finally fight back in phony 'war on women'
- EDITORIAL: More Lerner smoking-gun emails at IRS
- U.S. Navy to turn seawater into jet fuel
- Critics rail against liberal bias for commencement speakers