Political

(Undated) -- President Obama is not coming out strong in a new poll. According to an ABC News-"Washington Post" poll, only 42- percent of Americans see the President as a "strong leader." Nearly two-thirds, or 65 percent, say the United States should bomb ISIS positions inside...
(Teaneck, NJ) -- A new Fairleigh Dickinson University Public Mind Poll shows New Jersey Governor Chris Christie running neck-and-neck in New Jersey with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a potential 2016 presidential race. Poll Director Krista Jenkins says results...
(Undated) -- Secretary of State John Kerry is off to Amman, Jordan to enlist support in the battle against ISIS. The State Department says Kerry's trip is aimed at building a coalition of nations to deal with the growing threat of the terrorist group in Iraq and Syria. White...
(Washington, DC) -- Senators will take a look at the militarization of some local police departments today. The Pentagon has been sending surplus military equipment to local law enforcement agencies for more than two decades. Missouri Democrat Claire McCaskill called the hearing...
(Washington, DC) -- Today marks the last round of primary voting before November's midterm elections. New Hampshire Republicans are expected to nominate Scott Brown to challenge Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen in November. Massachusetts voters will choose nominees to replace...
(Washington, DC) -- Secretary of State John Kerry says Iraq has approved what he calls a new, inclusive government. Political infighting in Iraq has been partly blamed for creating the conditions that allowed the terror group ISIS to seize huge areas of that country. Kerry said...
{ClintonBush1_1} Q...yeah, that's right 000:13 (Washington, DC) -- Former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush may have a future as a comedy team, if their Monday appearance together is any indication. The two former chief executives had the crowd in stitches at the...
(Undated) -- The State Department says the cease-fire in Ukraine is mostly holding. During a press briefing Monday, spokeswoman Jen Psaki acknowledged violence is still taking place in Mariupol and Donetsk after the signing of the cease-fire. Psaki says what's on a piece of...
(Washington, DC) -- When it comes to Capitol Hill politicians, the rich just get richer. A new "Roll Call" analysis finds Republican Congressman Darrell Issa once again at the top of the list. The California lawmaker had a net worth of more than 357-million dollars in 2013, up...