An investigative news service has released a report alleging the reason behind a partisan investigation directed against Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin.
A former Secret Service agent says Hillary Clinton is "very beatable" – despite polls showing her as the odds-on favorite for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination.
Another round of open enrollment starts two months from today, but one researcher doesn't see it going too well.
An Ohio-based political action committee has just completed a survey indicating it's unlikely that Republican Senator Rob Portman will retain his Senate seat in 2016 because he's "alienated" conservatives.
What are Americans afraid of?
A Forbes article says President Obama outperforms Ronald Reagan on jobs and investing, but an economist says these comparisons don't really work.
While America awaits a ruling by Nebraska's Supreme Court involving the Keystone XL pipeline, the decision ultimately rests with Barack Obama.
A pro-family activist in Massachusetts says although the gubernatorial race there is basically between two Democrats, there is another choice for pro-family voters.
Potential 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton entered Sen. Harry Reid’s (D-Nev.) Las Vegas energy conference with clear intentions — to place her global warming agenda at the center of her campaign platform for her likely bid to return to the White House.
A former naval commander – while hopeful the president follows through with his promise to destroy the terrorist group ISIS – suggests that declining poll numbers actually played a major role in the decision.
Judicial Watch finds it "mind-boggling" how Attorney General Eric Holder is getting away with giving radical leftist groups billions of dollars confiscated from large banks that have been penalized for only doing what the government told them to do.
A citizens group is seeking accountability for the tragic deaths of four Americans during the September 11, 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya.
A health policy analyst with The Heritage Foundation isn't surprised that emergency room visits have increased with the expansion of Medicaid.
An immigration reform organization says President Obama's decision to wait until after the midterm elections to make a decision on unilateral amnesty illustrates that he knows just how unpopular amnesty is with the American people.
U.S. Senate candidate Chris McDaniel still refuses to concede defeat to incumbent Thad Cochran in the June 24 Republican primary runoff despite a judge's decision to throw out his legal challenge.
A conservative women's organization is responding to outlandish comments about Wisconsin's governor from Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, chair of the Democratic National Committee.