Pennsylvania state Rep. Marty Harris (D) opened fire on an armed group trying to rob him and a colleague last night. Nobody was harmed, the legislators were able to escape their attackers, and several suspects are now in custody.

See how Obama's Islamic State Strategy is Falling Apart in 3 Minutes
  • Mon, October 20, 2014

The Islamic State is on the move, and U.S. air strikes aren't doing enough.

Supreme Court Clears the Way for Texas Voter ID Law
  • Mon, October 20, 2014

The U.S. Supreme Court on Saturday rejected a request to stop Texas from requiring voters to show identification before they cast ballots. The higher court ruling means the law will be in effect for November elections.

Rand Paul Talks Ebola, Midterms, Running for President with Bloomberg
  • Mon, October 20, 2014

Senator Rand Paul talks about Ebola, the midterms, running for president, and other things with Mark Halperin.

Vice President Biden's Son Discharged From Navy
  • Mon, October 20, 2014

Hunter Biden was kicked out of the Navy for doing drugs.

What Can Motivate Millennials to Get Out and Vote?
  • Mon, October 20, 2014

Rock The Vote President Ashley Spillane discusses ways to get Millennials to vote. She speaks on Market Makers.

Obama's Credit Card Gets Declined at Restaurant
  • Mon, October 20, 2014

President Obama gave remarks at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and told attendees his credit card had recently been declined at a restaurant, forcing the First Lady to pick up the tab.

Traffic Jams Are Costing You A Lot Of Money
  • Sun, October 19, 2014

Traffic congestion cost Americans $124 billion in lost productivity in 2013 according to a new study.

Ben Shapiro: The Myth of the Tiny Radical Muslim Minority
  • Sun, October 19, 2014

In the debut of Reality Check, Ben Shapiro takes on Ben Affleck and the myth that only a tiny minority of Muslims worldwide are radical.

ISS Spacewalk Targets Faulty Power Regulator
  • Sat, October 18, 2014

Astronauts Reid Wiseman and Barry Wilmore ventured outside the International Space Station to replace a failed power regulator.

Are Video Games Sexist?
  • Sat, October 18, 2014

Are video games rife with sexism? And have you heard that most video gamers are now adult womennot teenage boys in the basement? A new study says so. Feminist tech writers have seized on the study as proof that the video industry has fallen behind the times: too many games, they say, perpetuate a culture of sexism and misogyny.

Rick Perry Advocates for Travel Ban to Stop Ebola Spread
  • Fri, October 17, 2014

In a press conference Friday, Texas Governor Rick Perry (R) urged a travel ban be enforced to help contain the spread of Ebola.

Newsbusted: Obama Helps His Pal Udall by Not Campaigning for Him
  • Fri, October 17, 2014

Comedian Jodi Miller covers the Chinese Economy, John Boehner, Syria, Starbucks, Prince Charles and more in this week's episode of Newsbusted.

Navy's First Female Fighter Pilot on Leadership, Overcoming Obstacles
  • Fri, October 17, 2014

Pioneering aviator Carey Lohrenz's new book, "Fearless Leadership: High-Performance Lessons from the Flight Deck," offers a blueprint for succeeding under pressure.

As Election Nears, Voters Say Things are 'Going to Hell in a Handbasket'
  • Thu, October 16, 2014

The worlds going to hell in a handbasket, according to a majority of voters in the latest Fox News poll. And thats draining support for President Obamas policies. But will it help Republicans on Election Day? Unclear.

Parents of NBC Cameraman With Ebola Speak Out
  • Thu, October 16, 2014

Parents discuss Ashoka Mukpo's condition.

Calls Mount for CDC Director to Resign Over Ebola Missteps
  • Thu, October 16, 2014

Dr. Manny Alvarez discusses the criticism.