Political

(New York, NY) -- The Secret Service is boosting security at the White House after a man with a knife hopped the fence Friday and was able to get inside the building. But on "Fox News Sunday," Representative Peter King said that's not enough. The New York Republican called the...
(San Francisco, CA) -- Recent cases of domestic violence have some in Congress calling for the federal government to revoke the NFL's tax exempt status. On CBS' "Face the Nation," Senator Dianne Feinstein suggested players should be held to a higher standard because of their...
(Washington, DC) -- The former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff doesn't buy reports of a gap between President Obama and U.S. military leaders' opinions on ISIS. On NBC's "Meet the Press," retired Navy Admiral Michael Mullen said people shouldn't read too much into debate...
(Edinburg, TX) -- The race to determine the next Governor of Texas is getting close to its final weeks and the candidates are going on the attack. During Friday night's debate, Democrat Wendy Davis attempted to portray Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott as a pawn for...
(Edinburg, TX) -- The race to see who will become the next Texas Governor is heading into the final weeks and the candidates aren't pulling any punches. During Friday night's debate, Democrat Wendy Davis worked to portray Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott as a pawn for...
(Undated) -- Colorado Representative Cory Gardner is taking on partisan gridlock in this week's GOP Address. Gardner also criticized the federal government for environmental regulations he says hurt the economy and kill energy sector job creation. Garner accused Senate Democrats...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama is thanking Congress for its bipartisan support of arming moderate rebels in Syria to fight ISIS militants. During his weekly address, Obama said the world is united against the extremist group. Friday, Obama signed into law a measure to spend...
(Washington, DC) -- Hillary Clinton is praising female Democratic candidates. Just weeks before the midterm elections, Clinton applauded over 100 women running for Congress during a Friday speech at the Democratic National Committee's Women's Leadership Forum Conference in DC...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama says the U.S. continues to be better off today than when he entered office more than five-years ago. At a Democratic National Committee event in the nation's capital, the President pointed to November's midterm elections. He said the elections...