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(New York, NY) -- It must be the year to dig up dirt on the Clintons. Another book is about to drop. Alice Stockton-Rossini reports. Play Clip
(Undated) -- Secretary of State John Kerry is condemning Hamas for continuing to fire rockets from Gaza despite a truce proposed by Egypt. Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the Israelis are ready to ramp up their counterattacks. Israel will "broaden the military operation...
(Undated) -- The president of Honduras is blaming the U.S. for the recent flood of migrants crossing the border. President Juan Hernandez blames the migrant surge on U.S. drug enforcement efforts that pushed drug traffickers into Central American countries and sparked a wave of...
(Undated) -- The Senate is taking up a bill that's stirring up people on both sides of the abortion debate. The Senate Judiciary Committee opens a hearing this morning on the measure that would give the federal government authority to override any state laws that place what...
(Undated) -- Two lawmakers from Texas are offering a bipartisan bill to stem the crisis of unaccompanied children at the border. Democratic Congressman Henry Cuellar and Republican Senator John Cornyn are sponsoring the measure that would empower the federal government to speed...
(Montclair, NJ) -- New Jersey Senator Cory Booker is vowing to fight the Hobby Lobby ruling that lets private employers refuse to offer birth control if they have a religious objection to it. Booker is co-sponsoring a Senate bill designed to override the recent U.S. Supreme...
(Manchester, CT) -- Senator Richard Blumenthal is demanding that Hobby Lobby adhere to Connecticut law and offer full contraceptive coverage in his state. Blumenthal yesterday visited a Hobby Lobby store under construction to deliver his message to the company. Blumenthal has...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama heads out to Northern Virginia today to highlight the economy and infrastructure. The President will speak at a highway research center about the need to repair the nation's roads and bridges. He will argue that infrastructure projects create...
(Undated) -- The House Homeland Security Committee chairman says policy changes must be made before Congress approves a Presidential border funding request. Republican Mike McCaul of Texas told "Fox News Sunday" one change would be updating the 2008 anti-trafficking law. The...