FOX News: Politics
The Keystone XL oil pipeline got another boost Wednesday with the release of a State Department report that said a consulting firm that helped write an environmental review of the project complied with federal rules regarding possible conflicts of interest.
The GOP bill, approved 243-176, would delay for one year proposed Internal Revenue Service regulations developed in the wake of disclosures last year that the IRS had focused extra scrutiny on nonprofit groups.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is being hammered by Republican lawmakers after he claimed on the Senate floor that all the ObamaCare "horror stories" being circulated are untrue.
Execs from booming domestic energy industry ask Congress for help in hiring vets, including changes to GI Bill
U.S. energy executives asked Congress on Wednesday to consider reworking the GI Bill and to take other steps to better connect the legions of job-seeking military veterans with tens of thousands of jobs in their industry.
More than 33,000 pages of confidential Clinton White House communiqués – some conversations the former president had with his wife Hillary Clinton – that were legally set to become public have been kept private, Fox News confirmed Wednesday.
Just two days after the Pentagon outlined major cuts to the U.S. Army and other military programs, President Obama is calling for a whopping $300 billion commitment for America's roads, bridges and mass transit systems -- though as much as half comes from a tax plan that has bleak prospects on the Hill.
Sen. Joe Manchin is urging federal regulators to ban Bitcoin amid turmoil surrounding the virtual currency.
The United States on Wednesday warned Russia against a military intervention in Ukraine, saying such a move would be a "grave mistake," as troops in western Russia were placed on high alert for massive new war games in the area, including near the Russian-Ukrainian border.
A federal judge declared a same-sex marriage ban in deeply conservative Texas unconstitutional on Wednesday, but will allow the nation's second-most populous state to enforce the law pending an appeal that will likely go to the U.S. Supreme Court.
The ads question whether Roberts foe and Leawood radiologist Milton Wolf can be trusted.
House Republicans on Wednesday unveiled a comprehensive overhaul of the nation's convoluted tax system, urging their colleagues to once and for all hammer out a simpler tax code -- but running into skepticism from party leaders out of the gate.
In a report published in conjunction with a congressional hearing, two Republicans said that the FDA's computer surveillance may have overstepped federal laws designed to protect government whistleblowers.
Members of Congress are calling on the Obama administration, and Latin American leaders, to escalate efforts to quell the violence and political unrest in Venezuela amid a bloody crackdown by the sitting government.
The attorney for Lois Lerner, a central figure in the IRS scandal, signaled Wednesday that his client will not comply with a request to testify on Capitol Hill next week.
The House passed the measure 79-17 on Tuesday, it now moves to the Senate.
Sen. Rand Paul is trying to block the nomination of President Obama’s surgeon general nominee, Dr. Vivek Murthy, over what he calls “serious concerns” about Murthy’s leadership in a group that promotes ObamaCare and gun control.
Whatever the ObamaCare enrollment numbers, the president and his team will call it a victory.
ATF agents are losing track of their government-issued firearms at an alarming rate, according to a new report, with records showing multiple instances where officers forgot their guns after leaving them on top of their cars, in bathrooms and in glove compartments.
The Free Beacon first reported in October that a Russian test of a new missile, the RS-26, violated the INF treaty.
The university in a statement notes that the FCC recently shut down its Critical Information Needs, or CIN, pilot study after conservative critics in particular voiced concerns.