A mandate on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" dictates "No Hillary Clinton representatives can appear on the show until the candidate agrees to be interviewed."
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met Russian leader Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Monday to discuss ways of avoiding any unintended clashes in Syria between Israel and Russian forces supporting President Bashar al-Assad.
The Federal Reserve held interest rates near zero on Thursday, raising questions over how it will ever manage to lift them off the floor and how effectively it will communicate plans to do so.
Clinton responds to some the GOP attacks targeting her at the Republican debate. Wolf Blitzer also quizzes her on the issue of her email server and possibly expanding the Democratic primary debates.
With House Republicans searching for a conference-unifying strategy to avoid a government shutdown at months end, Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on Thursday dismissed GOP maneuvering on a series of abortion-related measures this week as intentional obstructionism.
Although the Wisconsin Governor did not shine quite as brightly as some of his primary rivals, he still retains an impressive record of accomplishment in his home state and has a solid base of support to build upon.
Sherman spoke out in response to the Black Lives Matter movement and shared his perspective on the matter of black lives and police accountability.
A powerful 8.3-magnitude earthquake struck Chile on Wednesday, generating a nearly 16-foot wave, prompting the evacuation of about 1 million people and triggering tsunami advisories as far away as California.
Bernie Sanders, a Jewish but not particularly religious Democrat and avowed socialist, spent Rosh Hashanah at Liberty University, the birthplace of the Moral Majority and the largest evangelical Christian university in the world.
Carly Fiorina nailed it in the second Republican debate. That's the assessment of GOP insiders in a special edition of the POLITICO Caucus, our weekly survey of the top operatives, activists and strategists in Iowa and New Hampshire.
Donald Trump fever has taken hold in Hillary Clinton's world, where donors and operatives close to her campaign are looking at Trump with a mix of awe and morbid curiosity.
If the Republicans had attacked President Obama with the same gusto as they're going after Donald Trump, Mitt Romney would be running for a second term in the White House. But if there's one thing the GOP hates worse than Mr. Trump -- it's their base. But instead of governing as Republicans, they kowtow to Democrats. READ THE FULL STORY AT FOXNEWS.COM
Sicario actress Emily Blunt told EW at the Toronto International Film Festival that she found the brutality in her upcoming drug-trade thriller "really disarming."
Donald Trump may have a big target on his back at the second debate of Republican U.S. presidential candidates on Wednesday as his rivals seek to make up ground they have lost to the front-running billionaire with a flair for bomb-throwing rhetoric.
When the US supreme court legalized same-sex marriage in June, the leader of America's Catholics erupted in white-hot fury, condemning the historic decision as "a tragic error."
The measure faces an uncertain future with Gov. Jerry Brown, a former Jesuit seminarian who has not said whether he will sign it. Dave Bryan reports.
The newest undercover video of Planned Parenthood operatives shows explicit conversations on the sale of fetal body parts. Ironically, they shared their concern for just how horrific their actions would look in the news headlines.
As her poll numbers continue to plummet, the many mistakes of the Clinton campaign are becoming all too apparent.