Political

(Washington, DC) -- When President Obama signs the massive spending bill passed by the Senate over the weekend, he'll be ending a federal ban on medical marijuana. The provision is one of many that were buried in the 16-hundred-page bill. States have largely ignored federal laws...
(Washington, DC) -- Sarah Saldana will be taking over ICE, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement department. The Senate confirmed Saldana today on a split vote, 55-39. The Dallas-based federal prosecutor will be the first Latina to head ICE and becomes the nation's top...
(Poughkeepsie, NY) -- A pair of former governors leads the pack in a new poll on Republican presidential contenders. In a new Marist College-McClatchy survey, Mitt Romney nabbed 19-percent of support among voters, followed by 14-percent for Jeb Bush. Romney has said he won't...
(Washington, DC) -- Jeb Bush is forming a leadership PAC to "actively explore" a possible presidential run. The former Florida governor made the announcement today on Facebook. The Republican Bush is the son of former President George H.W. Bush and the brother of former...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama is condemning the terrorist attack on a school in Pakistan. In a statement, the President called it horrific and heinous. More than 100 children are among those killed in the attack on the Army Public School in Peshawar. Another roughly 100...
(Anaheim, CA) -- Undocumented immigrants in Anaheim, California are hoping to get clarity on President Obama's executive action on immigration reform. About two-thousand packed the Los Angeles Convention Center Monday night for the 7th Annual National Immigrant Integration...
(Undated) -- Senator Elizabeth Warren wants to make it perfectly clear -- she's not running for President. An NPR interviewer asked the Massachusetts Democrat three times Monday if she's "never going to run" for President. Warren repeated each time that she's not running. The...
(Undated) -- Russia's economy is already reeling due to international sanctions, and more may be on the way. The economic pressure will get a lot tougher if President Obama signs the bill Congress passed last week. Illinois Congressman Adam Kinzinger tells FOX News' "On The...
(Undated) -- Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is making rare comments on the use of torture. In comments that aired on FOX News' "Hannity," Scalia says there are situations that make this debate much tougher than it appears. The comments were made to a Swiss radio network...