Republican presidential candidates angled Tuesday to steal the spotlight on national security issues that now dominate the race, with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie vowing to restore NSA’s phone-snooping program canceled this year over civil liberties concerns.
Hillary Rodham Clinton’s opposition to the ill-fated Keystone XL oil pipeline didn’t prevent her from capturing a key endorsement Tuesday from a labor union that has been among the most vocal supporters of the project.
Over two dozen conservative groups asked GOP leaders Tuesday to make certain that a looming spending deal reins in a part of Obamacare designed to protect insurers during the overhaul’s early — and financially precarious — rounds of enrollment.
The Democratic National Committee sent an email Tuesday to supporters with advice on how to talk to their Republican relatives during the holiday season, referring them to a website aimed at debunking right-wing talking points.
Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton’s populist anti-Wall Street pitch is wearing thin with liberal activists who say her financial reform proposals are too weak and her record is too tainted by millions of dollars in campaign contributions from the financial sector.
Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton bowed to pressure from Hispanic activists Tuesday and apologized for using the term “illegal immigrants” at a town hall earlier this month.
Sen. Marco Rubio appears to be the lone presidential hopeful to be on the campaign trail as of Wednesday, just 24 hours before Thanksgiving Day dawns. Mr. Rubio will be in South Carolina to meet with voters at a picturesque restaurant on Shrimp Boat Lane in Mount Pleasant just after high noon, then it’s presumably home to family.
Filmmaker Steven Spielberg, singers Barbra Streisand and James Taylor, baseball legend Willlie Mays and Democratic Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski of Maryland were among 17 Americans awarded the Medal of FreedomTuesday by President Obama at the White House.
President Obama misquoted the inscription on the Statue of Liberty, ever so slightly, while making a point Tuesday about America’s enduring alliance with France and his contested plan to accept Syrian refugees.
Like many other American families this holiday season, the Hayden clan will set aside time to, once again, watch Frank Capra’s 1946 classic, “It’s a Wonderful Life.”
Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday said that President Obama was not standing up for Muslim-Americans or any Americans with his demand to bring thousands of Syrian refugees to the United States.
President Obama’s job approval rating has fallen 5 points since last month and has dropped back under 50 percent, according to a new survey taken in the wake of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris.
A senior executive at the Trump Organization said Tuesday there will be bad things in store for the Republican party if 2016 GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump feels he isn’t being treated fairly.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is being sued over his decision to block Syrian refugees from resettling in the state.
The Grand Old Party still has many grassroots fans, and the war chest continues to grow. Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus says the organization raised a record-breaking $8.7 million in October, bringing their total in the 2016 election cycle to $89.3 million. Ninety nine percent of the donations are $200 or less; the average donation was $69.