Reports of a potential chemical weapons massacre perpetrated by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad are changing U.S. attitudes toward the Syrian conflict, with the administration weighing more seriously the option of military strikes.
The Obama administration has decided to hold part of the $1.23 billion the United States gives to the Egyptian military each year. It could halt aid on a more permanent basis after a review process is concluded.
Conservative radio host Sean Hannity is parting ways with Cumulus, his longtime network.
Visitors to the Washington Post's website were redirected to a sight belonging to Bashar al-Assad's Syrian army.
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, the Republican nominee for this year's gubernatorial race, outlined a comprehensive education reform plan during a campaign stop today.
Rand Paul is the Senate's foremost drone critic, but it seems he's finally found a kind of drone he can live with.
It appears the Fox News lineup is in for a major shakeup.
Congressman Charlie Rangel (D-NY) made some colorful remarks in a Daily Beast interview released Friday. Most notably, he called Tea Partiers and other Republicans "white crackers."
Just when you think Big Labor can't get any lower, you're in for a shock -- courtesy of the Teamsters. The powerful union was picketing funerals at 16 Illinois funeral homes, harassing grief-stricken families and disrupting services. Now an appellate judge has ordered them to stop.
Several large cities throughout the country have enacted plastic bag bans in recent years to become more environmentally friendly. Unfortunately, these bans appear to be affecting communities in a more negative way.
Attorney General Eric Holder announced in a speech this morning that the Justice Department will seek to reinstate "preclearance" for changes to voting laws in Texas -- and he plans on doing the same in other states.
Michelle Nunn, daughter of former Sen. Sam Nunn and CEO of the nonprofit Points of Light foundation, will formally announce her candidacy today as a Democrat running for the U.S. Senate seat of retiring Republican Saxby Chambliss.
The Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development has published a new regulation mandating that the agency research and publish advanced data on the racial and ethnic makeup of neighborhoods throughout the United States.
A 50-year-old community college student in Arizona has been suspended -- her crime: asking that class discussions be conducted in English.
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