Political

(Undated) -- President Obama is focusing on the holidays, not policy, in his weekly address to the nation. First Lady Michelle Obama joined the President in wishing Americans a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. The President briefly mentions the end of U.S. combat missions in...
(Undated) -- President Obama says he's glad Sony Pictures Entertainment is releasing "The Interview" on digital platforms. Asked about Sony's plans for the film during a round of golf Wednesday in Hawaii, the President smiled but declined to say whether he would watch the film...
(Washington, DC) -- Here's a look at the top political stories of 2014: Reporter Joe Gomez provides a wrapup of the year's top stories in politics. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (...
(Flint, MI) -- A Marine veteran imprisoned in Iran says he's ending his hunger strike. Amir Hekmati says he's hopeful that Iranian authorities will review his case. The Michigan man was arrested in 2011 on spying accusations. He was originally sentenced to death, but the charge...
(New York, NY) -- Vice-President Joe Biden will be in New York City on Friday for the funeral of an NYPD officer. Sara Lee Kessler reports. Play Clip
(Houston, TX) -- Former President George H.W. Bush is in a Houston hospital after experiencing shortness of breath. A family spokesman said the former President was taken by ambulance to Methodist Hospital as a precaution Tuesday evening. The 90-year-old Bush will be held for...
(Undated) -- Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell is confident that Affordable Care Act subsidies will survive a challenge at the U.S. Supreme Court. Burwell told reporters on Tuesday she believes the administration's argument and position will prevail when...
(Undated) -- New York Congressman Peter King thinks Mayor Bill de Blasio is dividing communities in the city. King tells Fox News' "On The Record" that it all started when de Blasio ran for office. King adds that the Mayor is at least doing some good in calling for public...
(Washington, DC) -- The U.S. government is paying out three-point-two-million dollars to the American citizen who was held for five years in a Cuban prison. Alan Gross was a contractor for USAID when he was arrested on charges of trying to undermine the Cuban government. The...