Political

(Undated) -- There's a report that a documentary on former President Bill Clinton is shelved indefinitely. The "New York Times" reports production of the film by Oscar-winning director Martin Scorsese stalled after Clinton demanded more control over interview questions and the...
(Undated) -- Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson isn't pushing up an announcement of a presidential run after news that some other candidates are likely jumping in. Carson tells Fox News' "Fox and Friends" that he welcomes any GOP candidate. Reports indicate that Florida Senator...
(Undated) -- The Republicans who lead the new Congress say they're open to President Obama's proposal to triple the child tax credit. In an interview to be televised Sunday on CBS's "60 Minutes," House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said raising...
(Washington, DC) -- Senator Lindsey Graham says fighting abortions will go nowhere if activists and lawmakers don't make exceptions for women in cases of rape. Graham spoke yesterday at the Family Research Council's ProLifeCon, marking the 42nd anniversary of Roe versus Wade...
(New York, NY) -- Former New York Governor George Pataki is looking more and more like a 2016 presidential candidate. He's flirted with the idea before but yesterday Pataki announced that he's formed a super PAC. That's an important logistical step before declaring a White House...
(Salt Lake City, UT) -- Possible Republican presidential candidates are speculating about what former governors Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush may have talked about at a meeting in Utah yesterday. The two came together despite not knowing whether they will be facing each other for the...
(Washington, DC) -- A bill prohibiting the federal government from paying for abortions is headed to the Senate. The House measure passed the measure Thursday but it faces a presidential veto if it clears the Senate. The House vote came on the 42nd anniversary of the Roe v. Wade...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama welcomes nearly 300 of the nation's mayors to the White House today. The President will speak to the mayors about his policy priorities. The third and final day of the U.S. Conference of Mayors winter meeting features policy discussions and a...
(Havana) -- The U.S. is pressing Cuba to improve human rights for its citizens. U.S. officials made those demands on Cuba during high-level talks Thursday in Havana, as a condition to restoring diplomatic ties with the communist nation. The head of the U.S. delegation, Assistant...