Political

(Washington, DC) -- The U.S. and Great Britain are entering a new partnership on cyber security. President Obama made the announcement in a news briefing with British Prime Minister David Cameron. He called Britain an indispensable partner. Obama said both nations have also...
(Coronado, CA) -- Some conservative Republicans are saying they're less than thrilled with the idea of Mitt Romney running for President again. But Republican National Committee spokesman Sean Spicer was quick to deflect questions about a potential Romney bid when he spoke to...
(Coronado, CA) -- Some conservative Republicans are saying they're less than thrilled with the idea of Mitt Romney running for President again. But Republican National Committee spokesman Sean Spicer was quick to deflect questions about a potential Romney bid when he spoke to...
(Undated) -- The first court appearance for an Ohio man accused of plotting to bomb the U.S. Capitol is taking place today. Twenty-year-old Christopher Cornell will go before a judge on charges of attempting to kill a federal official. Cornell's parents believe he was set up by...
(Undated) -- One of the health officials behind the rollout of HealthCare.gov and Medicare is stepping down. It was announced today that Marilyn Tavenner will leave her post as administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services in February. She's set to be replaced...
(Washington, DC) -- The White House is making it much easier for Americans to visit Cuba starting today. The White House says the new measures will allow travel to Cuba for certain reasons without the need for a license. Travel will be allowed for family visits, education and...
(Undated) -- Texas Congressman Ted Poe is introducing legislation that would revoke passports from Americans who leave the country to fight with ISIS and then look to return. Speaking with Fox News' "Fox and Friends," the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee Chairman says too many...
(Paris) -- Secretary of State John Kerry is expressing his condolences to the people of France following last week's attacks on a satirical magazine and a kosher grocery store in Paris. Speaking at Paris City Hall, Kerry called the attacks a "living nightmare." Kerry observed a...
(Washington, DC) -- The U.S. Attorney General says the lack of data on violent police encounters is unacceptable. Eric Holder spoke Thursday morning at a Justice Department ceremony honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. The Attorney General noted that the FBI collects data on how...