Political

(Washington, DC) -- Same-sex marriages have the go-ahead in Nevada. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy issued an order Wednesday, clarifying that Nevada is not part of the stay requested by Idaho officials. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals had combined cases from both...
(Lehi, UT) -- Republican Mia Love is getting support from former Presidential candidate Mitt Romney in the race for Utah's Fourth Congressional District. Romney supported Love in 2012 when she ran for the same Congressional seat. Love is also gaining the support of Utah Governor...
(Washington, DC) -- Presidential spokesman Josh Earnest is rejecting criticism that President Obama waited too long to arm moderate Syrian rebels. Earnest said it took time to properly vet the rebels to ensure that U.S. arms would not wind up in the wrong hands. Congress...
(Washington, DC) -- The Congressional Budget Office says the government's budget deficit is down to 486-billion-dollars. That's the lowest it's been since President Obama took office six years ago. Last year, the deficit was at 680-billion. The federal deficit exceeded one-...
(Undated) -- The mother of a Navy SEAL killed in the Benghazi attack is suing the U.S. government. Barbara Doherty is upset over the life insurance policy her son Glen was given. The government's policy for Glen Doherty has a clause where it would only be paid out to a child or...
(Undated) -- Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke testifies today in AIG's lawsuit against the Fed. Former AIG chief Hank Greenberg is suing the central bank for 40-billion dollars. Greenberg argues that the terms of the bailout that kept AIG alive through the financial...
(Undated) -- South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham says the airstrikes against ISIS are not working. Senator Graham fears that if ISIS is able to take the Syrian town of Kobani near the Turkey border, they will be able to recruit more Americans and Europeans to join them. He...
(Undated) -- The Federal Reserve says -- believe it or not -- partisan political conflict in the U.S. is the lowest in more than four years. The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadephia's partisan conflict index tracks political disagreements at the federal level. The Philadelphia...
(Washington, DC) -- North Carolina's restrictive voting law can go into effect. The U.S. Supreme Court granted a last-minute request by state officials who wanted to block an appeals court ruling that suspended parts of the voting restrictions. Two of the nine justices dissented...