Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are pressing President Obama to raise the issue of human and religious rights during his face-to-face meeting Friday with Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah.
A Washington state newspaper is crying foul after a state senator proposed making the paper pay a $150,000-a-year fine for being “one of the top polluters in the county.” It just so happens that the lawmaker, state Sen. Don Benton, had been the subject of a series of critical articles in the same newspaper.
As President Obama’s signature health care law turns four years old, most people say they understand how the law will affect them -- and a majority continues to oppose it. At the same time, the number favoring the law sits at its all-time high, according to the latest Fox News poll.
William “Paul” Hotz may not be the last hunter to shoot a mountain lion in Nebraska after all.
A grammar school teacher who killed a Nebraska mountain lion in the state’s first cougar hunt could also be the state’s last hunter to bag one of the trophy cats.
Long-delayed legislation to restore benefits for the long-term unemployed has cleared an initial Senate hurdle.
Critics of the Obama administration's deportation policies are concerned that an internal review could lead to deeper cuts of "what little is left" of immigration enforcement.