National

(Washington, DC) -- House Republicans are authorizing a lawsuit against President Obama. A GOP bill passed along party lines, 225-201. A handful of Republicans defected and voted no. Republicans accused the President of overreach through his increased use of executive actions...
(Washington, DC) -- A bill reforming the troubled Veterans Affairs Department is headed to the Senate after passage by the House. The measure passed overwhelmingly, 420-5. The roughly 17-billion dollar measure aims to resolve systemic VA scheduling problems and unreasonable wait...
(Undated) -- At least 19 people are dead after Israel shelled a United Nations school where Gaza war refugees had been taking shelter. Former U.S. United Nations Ambassador Bill Richardson says the U.S. is playing the right role in the dispute. This morning's strike followed the...
(Undated) -- The worst Ebola outbreak in history is now hitting the Peace Corps. Two American volunteers working in Liberia have apparently been exposed to the potentially-deadly virus. As a result, the Peace Corps says it is temporarily pulling volunteers from Liberia, Sierra...
(Undated) -- Bank of America is being slapped with over a billion-dollars in penalties. Today a federal judge ordered the bank's Countrywide unit to pay one-point-two billion-dollars in damages after a jury found it guilty of selling defective loans to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac...
(Kansas City, MO) -- President Obama says the U.S. economy continues to rebound nicely after the deep recession. Speaking in Kansas City today, Obama highlighted declining unemployment and a robust manufacturing sector. Before his remarks, the President got some more good news...
(Washington, DC) -- Hillary Clinton is joining those who want the Washington Redskins to change their name. The former Senator, Secretary of State and First Lady told Fusion TV that the name is "insensitive," adding "there's no reason for it to continue as the name of a team in...
(Undated) -- Two Americans are showing slight improvement after contracting the Ebola virus in Africa. Samaritan's Purse posted an update on Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol's condition today, saying they appear to be getting better, but are still in serious condition in...
(Washington, DC) -- Car complaints are topping a national list of consumer beefs for 2013. The Consumer Federation of America and the North American Consumer Protection Investigators say misleading auto ads, faulty repairs and other car-related disputes ranked as the number one...