Political

(Washington, DC) -- President Obama will speak to the nation this morning following last night's airstrikes on ISIS and al-Qaeda targets in Syria. Various media sources are reporting that the President will speak before leaving the White House to travel to New York City for the...
(Undated) -- Former President Bill Clinton says the airstrikes in Syria will be successful. Clinton tells "CBS This Morning" he doesn't think U.S. troops should be on the ground to fight ISIS. He says terrorist groups like ISIS want U.S. troops on the ground so they are able to...
(Washington, DC) -- Rear Admiral John Kirby says it looks like the U.S. successfully hit its intended targets during a round of airstrikes against ISIS facilities in Syria. The U.S. and Arab allies struck more than a dozen targets, primarily near the city of Raqqa , which ISIS...
(Undated) -- Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani says the U.S. could have trouble being able to stop attacks from ISIS. Giuliani says taking troops out of Iraq and Afghanistan delivered a blow to the amount of information the U.S. government was able to get from the region...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama travels to New York today for the U.N.'s annual autumn meetings. Today, the President will headline a climate change summit before speaking at the Clinton Global Initiative. The organization was founded by former President Bill Clinton and...
(Washington, DC) -- Today marks the third annual National Voter Registration Day. Hundreds of thousands of voters are expected to register to vote online and in their communities in a single day. Organizers say it's the largest single-day effort of the year to register voters...
(Washington, DC) -- A federal prosecutor says the man who jumped the White House fence last week had more than 800 rounds of ammo in his car. The U.S. Attorney's Office in Washington, DC, also claims Omar Gonzalez had been arrested in July with a sniper rifle and a map that had...
(Austin, TX) -- Texas Governor Rick Perry is stirring up some controversy for suggesting comedienne Joan Rivers would still be alive if she had gotten treated in a clinic covered by abortion restrictions. The governor brought up Rivers Sunday while defending House Bill 2, which...
(Chicago, IL) -- U.S. Senator Dick Durbin says he doesn't see any problems with the investigation into Governor Quinn's 55-million-dollar failed anti-violence program. He told the "Chicago Sun-Times" that he doesn't know who's behind any potential wrong doing but he doesn't...