Political

(Houston, TX) -- Some businesses are saying President Obama's immigration reform is going to benefit them. San Marek, CEO of Houston-based Marek Brothers Company Inc., told the "Houston Business Journal" the recent executive order on immigration will help legal contractors as...
(Washington, DC) -- Funeral services for former Washington, DC Mayor Marion Barry will be held Saturday, December 6th according to WRC-TV. The service will be held at the Washington Convention Center and will come after Barry's body lies in repose at the Wilson Building next...
(Undated) -- Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is recovering after undergoing a procedure to place a stent in her heart this morning. A statement from the nation's highest court says the 81-year-old is resting comfortably after having the stent placed in her right...
(Undated) -- Republican voters want to see Mitt Romney have another go at taking the Oval Office in 2016 while Democrats overwhelmingly favor Hillary Clinton for their Presidential pick. A new Qunnipiac poll released today shows 19-percent of Republican voters would support...
(Milwaukee, WI) -- A sheriff in Wisconsin is putting the blame for Monday night's riots in Ferguson, Missouri at the feet of President Obama. Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke made an appearance on "Fox News" yesterday and questioned Obama's sincerity in calling for calm...
(Undated) -- A Democratic Senator says Congress should not have passed the Affordable Care Act in 2010. New York Senator Chuck Schumer says the health insurance law known as Obamacare "put all the focus on the wrong problem." Schumer said in a speech Tuesday that Congress should...
(Washington, DC) -- Two lucky turkeys are being spared the dinner plate this Thanksgiving due to the spirit of bipartisanship. Both President Obama and House Speaker John Boehner will be on hand for a double turkey pardon today at the White House Rose Garden. The two lucky...
(Washington, DC) -- A Pentagon spokesman says it's business at usual at the Department of Defense despite the announced resignation of Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel. Terry Moore reports. Play Clip
(Washington, DC) -- U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder says two federal investigations are still ongoing into the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. One investigation deals with the shooting of the unarmed black teenager, while the other is looking into the Ferguson...