Political

(Hartford, CT) -- Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal says the nation needs a culture change in the way domestic abuse is handled and reported. Blumenthal says government needs to take advantage of recent events to help bring about change. Blumenthal is calling on prosecutors...
(Washington, DC) -- Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel testifies about the growing ISIS threat in a Senate hearing this morning. Hagel will be joined by Joint Chiefs Chairman Martin Dempsey. The Obama administration is asking Congress to fund the training and arming of Syrian rebels...
(Undated) -- Arizona Senator John McCain says the conflict against ISIS reminds him of the Vietnam War. Senator McCain says the reports of a ceasefire between the Syrian rebels and ISIS are false. The House and the Senate are both expected to vote this week on funding for the...
(Tampa, FL) -- President Obama arrives in Tampa, Florida tonight, ahead of a meeting tomorrow at Central Command at MacDill Air Force Base. Before Air Force One arrives in Florida, the President will stop in Atlanta today and meet with doctors at the CDC who are responding to...
(Trenton, NJ) -- When Governor Chris Christie leaves the statehouse, whether he retires or runs for President, New Jersey voters have no idea who should replace him. Krista Jenkins of the Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind polls finds there's no clear favorite. Jenkins...
(New York, NY) -- After meeting with Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, the governors of New York and New Jersey are ordering a review of safety and security procedures. There isn't an immediate threat to our area, but Governor Chris...
(Undated) -- Kentucky Senator Rand Paul says President Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton can be blamed for ISIS growing stronger because of the U.S. intervention in Syria and Libya. Senator Paul tells "CBS This Morning" ISIS continues to become more and more of...
(Undated) -- Republicans and Democrats are handicapping President Obama's strategy for fighting the terror group ISIS. On "Fox News Sunday," Republican Senator Lindsey Graham called the President's strategy "delusional," and said nobody believes the United States is serious...
(Undated) -- Secretary of State John Kerry says he's encouraged by the willingness of several countries to help fight ISIS. Speaking from Cairo, Kerry discussed the U.S strategy to fight the terrorist group on CBS' "Face The Nation." He says the United States won't be sending...