Political

(Undated) -- A new survey shows many Americans rely on comedians for their political news. A poll by the University of Delaware found when it came to the issue of net neutrality, the top three programs listed by viewers were "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver," "The Colbert...
(Undated) -- Two potential presidential candidates are taking opposing views of President Obama's immigration reform plans. Former Democratic Senator and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton issued a statement supporting Obama's plan but urged Congress to "finish the job." The...
(Washington, DC) -- Republicans are steamed about President Obama's planned executive order on immigration reform. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said Republicans are considering a variety of options to counter the President's moves. Obama's executive order is expected...
(Vienna) -- John Kerry is leaving the Iran nuclear talks in Vienna four days ahead of deadline. The Secretary of State will be discussing the issue with European partners in Paris, and his spokeswoman says "we have not yet determined when he will return to Vienna." The Iranian...
(Undated) -- The chairman of the House Oversight Committee Chairman is accusing the Obama administration of deliberately overstating the number of Americans enrolled for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. California Republican Darrell Issa said Thursday the...
(Madison, WI) -- Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is looking seriously at a White House bid in 2016 according to several national reports. Walker has told Politico and U.S. News and World Report that he is considering a bid for the Republican nomination, but also told Politico no...
(Washington, DC) -- U.S. Congresswoman Candice Miller calls President Obama's action on immigration toxic to the working relationship with Congress. The Vice Chair of the House Homeland Security Committee says the president is completely ignoring the will of American voters and...
(Undated) -- The Arizona lawman who calls himself "America's Toughest Sheriff" is suing President Obama over the immigration reforms Obama announced Thursday night. The lawsuit Sheriff Joe Arpaio is filing in Phoenix argues that the President's executive order easing the threat...
(Undated) -- The head of the National Security Agency says China might be able to shut down the computer systems of America's utilities, banks and aviation. Admiral Mike Rogers told the House Intelligence Committee that China and "probably one or two" other countries have the...