National

(Oxon Hill, MD) -- Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker says President Obama is not doing enough to fight ISIS. Speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference, the potential GOP presidential candidate said the nation needs a leader who stands up and realizes that radical...
(Washington, DC) -- An IRS watchdog investigating missing emails at the agency says it's looking at whether someting criminal occurred. The IRS inspector general told the House Oversight Committee that his investigation into emails thought to be lost has turned up more than 30-...
(Fort Meade, MD) -- The lawyer for an alleged terrorist held at Guantanamo says the U.S. military has too much influence for his client to get a fair trial. That question was considered Thursday in a closed session of a military court at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The judge...
(Washington, DC) -- House Republican leaders are proposing a three week extension of funding for the Department of Homeland Security. A senior aide to California Congressman Darrell Issa said that House Speaker John Boehner made the proposal and it could be voted on as soon as...
(Oxnard, CA) -- No charges will be filed at this time against the truck driver arrested in connection with this week's Metrolink commuter train derailment in Oxnard, California. The crash sent dozens of people to the hospital.
(New York, NY) -- Today is the 22nd anniversary of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. President of the 9-11 Memorial and Museum, Joe Daniels, took part in a ceremony by the footprints of the North Tower today in New York City. Family members placed flowers over the names of...
(Washington, DC) -- Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says nearly 200-thousand DHS employees will be forced to work without pay if Congress does not resolve a funding dispute. DHS funding is set to expire at week's end. In a news briefing at FEMA, Johnson warned that...
(Oxon Hill, MD) -- GOP presidential hopefuls are in the spotlight at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference, which got underway Thursday outside Washington, DC. During a Q&A session, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said someone should talk tough with the...
(Washington, DC) -- The FCC is voting yes on new net neutrality rules. White House spokesman Josh Earnest got word of the vote during his daily press briefing. The agency approved the regulations in a three-to-two vote. The new rules classify broadband Internet as a common...