Political

(Berlin) -- A former Secretary of State isn't too worried about ISIS or other foreign threats to the United States. On NBC's "Meet the Press," James Baker said America has faced much bigger problems in the past. The former member of both President Reagan and the first President...
(Burlington, VT) -- Senator Bernie Sanders is worried the battle against ISIS runs the risk of being seen as a holy war without greater involvement by Muslim-led nations. On CNN's "State of the Union," the independent senator from Vermont noted that Syria has the resources to...
(Undated) -- A Facebook-linked advocacy group is betting big on New Hampshire's closely-watched Senate race. "Politico" reports The Council For American Job Growth will spend one-million-dollars to run ads highlighting Democratic Incumbent Jeanne Shaheen's work on veteran's...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama is renewing calls for a higher minimum wage in his weekly address. Obama says raising the wage to ten-dollars-ten-cents an hour would benefit 28-million workers and strengthen the economy. The President again encouraged Congress to get on...
(Undated) -- Senate Candidate Scott Brown is launching an offensive against President Obama's foreign policy. The New Hampshire Republican delivered the GOP's weekly address Saturday. Brown accused the White House of slacking on border security. He even went as far as suggesting...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama is renewing his calls for a higher minimum wage in his weekly address. Obama says raising the wage to ten-dollars-ten-cents an hour would benefit 28-million workers and strengthen the economy. The President again encouraged Congress to get on...
(Undated) -- Michigan teacher Karen Koch and New Jersey social worker Joyce Koch are campaigning to fight for the middle class. The two aren't related to famous billionaire industrialists the Koch brothers, but Karen Koch says having the same last name has helped her understand...
(Washington, DC) -- The Pentagon is now free to move 750-million dollars in war funds to help fight the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Oklahoma Republican Senator James Inhofe lifted a hold he had placed on the transfer of the funds. Inhofe is the senior Republican on the Senate...
(Dallas, TX) -- A U.S. House hearing on the Ebola crisis is underway in Texas. Opening the hearing, Texas Republican Mike McCaul called Ebola a threat to the U.S. homeland and politics must stay out of the solution. The chairman of the Homeland Security Committee said the crisis...