Political

(Undated) -- Texas Governor Rick Perry believes the White House needs to address the beheading of an Oklahoma woman. Perry added this morning that he thinks the killing was an act of violence that is associated with terrorism. Thirty-year-old Alton Nolen is accused of entering...
(New York, NY) -- Most members of Congress approve of the President's decision to order airstrikes on ISIS forces, but many are upset that they didn't get to vote on it. Senator Angus King is one of them, although on "Fox News Sunday," he said Obama's actions are far from...
(Washington, DC) -- The President says ISIS can't be beaten with the military force alone. In an interview with CBS' "60 Minutes," President Obama said the key to turning things around will be prompting political change in the region by supporting moderate leaders. He said...
(Undated) -- Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan says President Obama is "doing the right thing" in the fight against ISIS. However, Ryan tells "CBS This Morning" he is worried about the future of military. The Wisconsin Republican says the President is proposing budgets that could...
(Undated) -- The U.S. Supreme Court will begin reviewing potential cases for their next session today, and same-sex marriage will likely be the biggest issue facing the court. Justices are expected to view petitions from five states today. The panel will privately review cases...
(New York, NY) -- New York Senator Chuck Schumer is calling for a federal ban on synthetic marijuana. It's being marketed as K2 and Spice and is illegal to sell it many states, including New York, but Schumer says it's readily available at lots of gas stations and bodegas. He...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama is confident in his performance despite a low approval rating. President Obama tells CBS' "60 Minutes" he thinks Democrats can keep control of the Senate after the mid-term elections. He says the U.S. is better off than it was four years ago,...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama says sanctions against Russia have been successful. President Obama tells CBS' "60 Minutes" the ceasefire is tentative, but is a step to returning peace in the region. Obama doesn't expect there to be the need for military action by NATO...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama is acknowledging his policy toward ISIS is contradictory in that it helps Syrian President Bashar Assad. In an interview with CBS' "60 Minutes," Obama said he recognizes "the contradiction in a contradictory land and a contradictory...