Political

(Washington, DC) -- Administration officials believe the Russian government is behind a cyber attack that targeted the White House's unclassified computer network. The "Washington Post" reports today the computer systems were not damaged, but some elements of the network were...
(Undated) -- New Hampshire Republican Senate candidate Scott Brown feels he is gaining momentum against Senator Jeanne Shaheen with Election Day less than a week away. Brown was endorsed earlier in the week by Democrat Bob Preston, who used to be the Democratic leader of the New...
(Undated) -- Florida's Attorney General is against a ballot measure that would legalize medical marijuana. Pam Bondi says the wording on the ballot will cause some unintended consequences down the road. Bondi says she's in favor of medical marijuana for people who need it, but...
(Washington, DC) -- Officials believe the Russian government is behind a cyber attack that targeted the White House's unclassified computer network. The "Washington Post" reported today the computer systems were not damaged, but some elements of the network were impacted. While...
(Washington, DC) -- More than nine-thousand government facilities are getting extra security from the Federal Protective Service. These Washington, DC residents say they are used to tight security in the nation's capital. The Homeland Security Department calls the action prudent...
(Washington, DC) -- The midterm elections are only six days away. Democrats and Republicans are battling for control of the U.S. Senate. The GOP needs to flip six seats in the Senate to regain control from Democrats. Fierce battles are being fought in more than a dozen states...
(Undated) -- Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan is hopeful Election Day will be a good one for Republicans. Representative Ryan says if Republicans get control of the Senate, it'll force President Obama to make decisions. Ryan says the House has passed nearly 400 bills that are...
(Undated) -- The man who investigated a prostitution scandal involving Secret Service agents is now accused of hiring a prostitute himself. The "New York Times" reports Department of Homeland Security official David Nieland was questioned by law enforcement in Florida when he...
(Undated) -- A half-dozen of the 36 races for governor are considered too close to call and, for the first time in decades, more than six sitting governors could be voted out of office in a single election. Four Republican governors who came to power in the Tea Party wave of...