Obama Not Backing Down in 2015
  • Fri, December 19, 2014

Bloombergs Phil Mattingly and Peter Cook report on whats ahead for President Obama.

NewsBusted: Kathleen Sebelius, Nashville, and China's Economy
  • Fri, December 19, 2014

Comedian Jodi Miller discusses California's drought, Time Magazine's 'Person of the Year,' and more on the last 2014 episode of NewsBusted.

Meet the Next Top Gun in Iraqi Air Force's Fight Against ISIS
  • Thu, December 18, 2014

The Air National Guard prepares to send fighting machines to defeat ISIS.

Army Reservists’ Paychecks Delayed as Christmas Approaches
  • Thu, December 18, 2014

Army Reserve soldiers will see their paychecks delayed just weeks before Christmas, with one Reserve officer claiming that malicious activity has scrambled the software the Army Reserve uses to manage personnel and pay.

U.S. General: Fight Against ISIS to Take At Least Three Years
  • Thu, December 18, 2014

The general in command of U.S. forces involved in the fight against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria said on Thursday he thought it would take a minimum of three years.

Jazz Shaw on Australia: Why Did One Man Stop the Global Media?
  • Wed, December 17, 2014

Hot Air's Jazz Shaw joins Steve Malzberg on NewsmaxTV.

Factual Feminist: Why Rolling Stone's Rape Story Caused a Media Blitz
  • Wed, December 17, 2014

AEI's Factual Feminist explains why the Rolling Stones' rape story went viral.

Why Is Obama Moving to Normalize Relations With Cuba?
  • Wed, December 17, 2014

Florida International University Director of Latin American and Caribbean Center Frank Mora, Bloombergs Peter Cook and Phil Mattingly discuss a potential opening in U.S. relations with Cuba.

GOP Girly Men vs.Ted Cruz
  • Wed, December 17, 2014

Townhall columnist Steve Deace discusses how much of the nation is behind Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas).

U.S. Aid Worker Alan Gross Freed After Five years in Cuban prison
  • Wed, December 17, 2014

After five years in a Cuban prison, American aid worker Alan Gross is on his way home.

Holiday Cheer: Pentagon Spokesperson Says They're Ready to Track Santa
  • Tue, December 16, 2014

Pressed by a young girl on whether the Pentagon was ready to track Santa on his upcoming trip around the world, spokesman Rear Adm. John Kirby assured her the Santa tracker was "all set up and ready to go."

Kobane, A Symbol of Resistance Against ISIS
  • Tue, December 16, 2014

In recent weeks, the town of Kobane in Syria has become a symbol of resistance against Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) militants.

Libya's Rival Parliament Says Open to U.N.-sponsored Peace Talks
  • Tue, December 16, 2014

A parliamentary spokesman said on Tuesday that Libya's rival parliament is open to U.N.-sponsored talks to end the country's conflict--if the venue of the next round is changed and certain conditions are met.