Tuesday at his weekly news conference, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid described the situation at the border, saying, "We have to pass emergency supplemental [funding], to provide resources to deal with the crisis at the border, and we do have a crisis at the border."
As Sen. Menendez (D-NJ) was running for reelection and poised to become chairman of the powerful Foreign Relations Committee, he received allegations of cavorting with underaged prostitutes.
A Louisiana state audit reveals that more than one million dollars in food stamps were given to 3938 dead people from 2009 to June 2013.
While job-growth passed expectations in June, the long-term unemployed remains a major problem for the American workforce.
Hillary Clinton's recent income gaffe has drawn attention to the riches of other candidates in this year's high-profile races. How do candidates' monetary wealth affect the midterm elections? Bloomberg takes a look.
Comedian Jodi Miller reports, "NBC News now refuses to use the phrase 'illegal immigrant' while reporting on America's current border crisis. They now use the phrase 'Obama's house guest from south of the border."
Senator John Cornyn and other Congressional Republicans are urging President Obama to visit the Texas-Mexico border during his trip to Texas.
Townhall’s Katie Pavlich joins Fox & Friends to debunk myths perpetuated by the liberal media: 1. The Democratic Party is the party for women. 2. Hillary Clinton is the ultimate female role model. 3. Democrats aren’t misogynists, only Republicans are. 4. Women don’t need a gun to protect themselves. (Video credit: Right Sightings)
Highlights of this day in history: Commodore Matthew Perry arrives in Tokyo Bay; Industrialist John D. Rockefeller born; Word of what becomes known as 'The Roswell Incident'; North Korea's Kim Il Sung dies; Ziegfeld stages first 'Follies.'
Fifty-two thousand unaccompanied minors have crossed into the U.S. since October. The New York Times analyzes President Obama’s options on dealing with this humanitarian crisis.
New reports are saying that the White House plans to ask for $3.7 billion from Congress to fight the surge of illegal immigrants crossing the border, almost double the initial request for $2 billion.
TSA will now require that all electronic devices, including cell phones, laptops, and tablets, be turned on when going through security. This new rule only applies to those traveling from major airports in Europe and the Middle East back to the U.S.
Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy says shootings over the Fourth of July weekend that left at least nine people dead and more than 50 more injured included eight incidents that involved police.
The Taxpayers Protection Alliance (TPA) asks people from across the country to support the Internet Tax Freedom Act, which would declare freedom from Internet access taxes.
John Bolton, foreign policy expert and former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N., says that America's decline to assert its interest and protect its allies will result in disorder around the world.
A video released online Saturday allegedly shows the self-appointed leader of the Islamic State jihadist group, Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi, giving a sermon at a mosque in Mosul. Though the man in the video does bear a strong resemblance to known images of Baghdadi, the location and time at which the video was shot still remain unclear.
Israeli authorities confirmed they arrested Jewish suspects connected to the death of a Palestinian teenager whose death ignited violent protests. Another American teen speaking out after an apparent police beating.
Gov. Rick Perry testified at a U.S. House Homeland Security Committee hearing in South Texas that in addition to the humanitarian crisis created by a flood of unaccompanied child immigrants, there is a crisis involving border security.