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The Obamas are not the secret buyers of the beach-front Hawaiian home Tom Selleck once roamed as the star of the 1980s television show "Magnum, P.I.," according to White House spokesman Josh Earnest and an Obama associate who says he and he alone is the proud new owner.
The House Judiciary Committee includes some of President Obama's fiercest critics on immigration. That doesn't mean they can't have fun.
The chairman of the congressional committee probing the Benghazi terror attacks has formally asked that Hillary Clinton turn over her personal server.
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham is throwing down the gauntlet, warning the White House he’ll move to cut funding to the United Nations if the administration turns to the international body to lift sanctions on Iran as part of a nuclear deal.
The Obama administration said Friday it is requiring companies that drill for oil and natural gas on federal lands to disclose chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing operations.
The first Senate-confirmed director for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is leaving the post after less than two years, the agency announced Friday.
In the midst of an unexpected break in Iranian nuclear talks, President Barack Obama is calling on the return of Americans held in Iran.
Former CIA Director Gen. David Petraeus believes the biggest threat to long-term stability in Iraq isn’t the Islamic State but instead Iran-backed Shiite militias.
The Justice Department has launched an investigation into resigning Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock and is convening a grand jury, a law enforcement source told Fox News.
The Clinton Foundation took in millions from individuals with ties to foreign governments and state-owned companies during Hillary's tenure as secretary of state.
Mandatory voting might be a big boon for the Democratic Party, but the idea President Obama floated this week of forcing Americans to show up at the polls and cast ballots is never going to happen, legal experts told FoxNews.com.
House Speaker John Boehner is planning to travel to Israel, a visit that comes as relations between the Obama administration and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have reached a new low.
After a series of attacks on guards, U.S. prisons are now letting many corrections officers carry pepper spray to defend themselves. But the program remains controversial, and some on Capitol Hill are pushing to make it permanent.
Federal prosecutors investigating apparently politically motivated traffic lane closures crafted by aides to Republican Gov. Chris Christie near one of the nation's busiest bridges have been interviewing members of a town council and have issued a new subpoena.
First Lady Michelle Obama's visit to a Buddhist Temple in Kyoto is costing taxpayers nearly $80,000 for rental cars, according to a government contract.
Iran nuclear talks reportedly hit snag over lifting of sanctions as Obama makes appeal to Iran's people
A dispute over when international sanctions against Iran would be lifted following a potential nuclear agreement reportedly is the latest issue to bog down negotiations.
A convicted felon and former member of a domestic terrorist organization was allowed to pass through an expedited security line designed for passengers who are not considered a security threat, the Homeland Security Department's internal watchdog said Thursday night.
An emerging bipartisan House deal changing how Medicare reimburses doctors ran into turbulence in the Senate Thursday over abortion, spotlighting a rare public disagreement between Congress' two top Democrats.
A federal judge sharply scolded a Justice Department attorney at a hearing on President Obama's immigration executive actions, suggesting that the administration misled him on a key part of the program and that he fell for it, "like an idiot."
The Clinton Foundation's flagship public health program reportedly stopped publishing lists of its donors for a five-year period beginning in 2010, breaking a disclosure rule agreed to by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration.