Since the beginning of 2014 Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Police Superintendent Gary McCarthy have been touting a declining crime rate in the Windy City, but according to a new report by Chicago Magazine, they may be cooking the books.
Speaking from the White House late Thursday afternoon, President Obama announced there are now 8 million people enrolled in Obamacare, a small jump up from 7.1 million at the beginning of April.
Apparently 20 people being stabbed isn't politically expedient enough for the White House.
According to a report in USA Today and Israeli media, Jews in eastern Ukraine have been ordered to register themselves. Russia took over parts of the region this week and have no plans to stop moving.
According to new polling released by Fox News, the vast majority of the country believes President Obama lies on important issues.
You'd think at this point these guys would be afraid of meeting out in the open like this for fear of getting pummeled by a drone, but apparently Al Qaeda wasn't too worried about that during a recent outdoor meeting of hundreds of terrorists in Yemen.
According to new IRS emails obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request from Judicial Watch, former head of tax exempt groups at the IRS Lois Lerner contacted the Department of Justice in May 2013 about whether tax exempt groups could be criminally prosecuted for "lying" about political activity.
Here we go again. Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg has announced today he will be dumping $50 million into a new gun "safety" organization and campaign.
It seems the Gosnell Movie isn't the only pro-life project either rejected or censored by Kickstarter.
Texas Attorney General and Gubernatorial Candidate Greg Abbott is beating State Senator and feminist hero Wendy Davis in the Lone Star State...among women
Although Arizona Senator John McCain hasn't officially announced he'll be seeking another term, recent comments and a glitzy fundraiser in New York City indicate he'll be putting himself up for re-election.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz is having some fun on this fine tax day by exposing the double standard between people who work at the IRS and taxpayers who must comply with the rules and regulations of the agency.
The Republican National Committee has submitted a lawsuit against the IRS for failing to comply with Freedom Information Requests related to the targeting of conservative groups.
Last night, True the Vote Attorney Cleta Mitchell appeared on The Kelly File to discuss recent revelations that Ranking Member of the House Oversight Committee Elijah Cummings was in contact with the IRS about the organization.
RS head John Koskinen plans to rewrite the previously proposed rules and will open up another public comment period once they are finished.
Over the weekend former CBS Investigative Correspondent Sharyl Attkisson appeared on Fox News' Media Buzz to talk in detail about why she left the news network.
In February IRS officials announced employees will be receiving bonuses in order to ?boost morale after the scandal broke about the agency inappropriately targeting conservative tea party groups.
Will Obamacare be any better or fixed faster now that she's no longer in the picture?
As a friendly reminder, tax day is tomorrow which means it's a good time to remind everyone just how much time and energy they're spending to get their returns to the IRS.
Earlier this week I had the honor of attending the 10th annual? Armed Forces Foundation Congressional Gala. If you aren't familiar with the work AFF does, here's a summary: