As she tries to woo Hispanic voters, the 2016 presidential candidate has shiftedeven reversedher policies on immigration.
The country that started the Arab Spring has been recognized for its mostly peaceful transition to a democracy, with the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet winning the Nobel Peace Prize. Nathan Frandino reports.
The effort to elect US vice-president Joe Biden as the Democratic party's next nominee for president is now missing only one thing - the candidate.
New Clinton emails uncovered by the Benghazi committee show that Clinton may have been working for Blumenthal's business interests in Libya during the time that she served as Secretary of State. One email on her then-unsecured server appears to show Blumenthal naming a top CIA agent in Libya - a major national security issue if true. Questions remain if still more documents are being withheld from the special committee.
As President Obama heads to Roseburg, Oregon for closed-door visits with families of the victims of last week's shootings at Umpqua Community College, the White House is considering wading once more into the politically-fraught issue of gun control.
Republican Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy stunned House colleagues when he announced that he would withdraw from the race to be the next House Speaker. In the immediate aftermath, Rep. Charlie Dent says "anything is possible now."
Chris Wallace reports on the scenes of chaos in Washington following the shocking announcement by Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy that he would be removing his name from consideration for the Speaker of the House.
Center for American Progress Action Funds Emily Tisch Sussman, Independent Womens Forums Sabrina Schaffer and Fox News Contributor Meghan McCain on why Hillary Clinton could be in trouble if Joe Biden steps into the 2016 race.
Clinton denies any coordination with the Super PAC supporting her and their efforts to attack rivals Bernie Sanders and Vice President Joe Biden, who has not yet announced any intentions to enter the race.
"I don't understand the president," he said. "Christians were martyred (in Oregon)...We're seeing it not only in the Middle East but we're beginning to see it in the United States and the president is silent." Graham also went on to defend Dr. Ben Carson against Mainstream Media attacks over his comments related to the Oregon massacre.
US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter spoke at a meeting of NATO defence ministers in Brussels on Thursday. During the meeting, the foreign ministers agreed to increase a NATO response force intended to move quickly to flashpoints.
The Obama administration has deported fewer immigrants over the last 12 months than at any time since 2006.
Hillary Clinton's private email server was the subject of attempted cyberattacks originating in China, South Korea and Germany after she left office in early 2013, according to a congressional document obtained by The Associated Press.
Franklin Graham condemns Obama's reaction to the Oregon school shooting, defends Dr. Ben Carson's controversial comments about the tragedy and discusses his father Billy Graham's new book.
Patrick Kennedy talks about his personal battles and family secrets.
The aid group, Doctors Without Borders, is calling for an independent investigation of the U.S. air strike on their hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan that killed 22 people.
Selzer and Co. President J. Ann Selzer discusses the results of a Wall Street Journal/Marist poll on With All Due Respect on Bloomberg Television.
In a rare personal message California's 77-year-old governor provided insight into his deliberations before deciding to sign a bill allowing terminally ill Californians to legally take their own lives reflecting on religion and self-determination as he weighed an emotionally fraught choice.
The top U.S. commander in Afghanistan said the recent airstrike on a hospital in Kunduz was a mistake. Gen. John Campbell told the Senate Armed Services Committee it was a U.S. decision to conduct the strike, which killed at least 22 people.
At the Colorado School of Mines, a former football player donating to the school was rejected when he requested a Bible verse be included on the plaque. Meanwhile, the school allows foul language and references to alcohol on plaques for other donors.
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