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A record number of American voters think they pay too much in taxes. In addition, they think government is more often the source of America’s troubles -- not the means of fixing them.
Democratic Rep. Lois Capps, now serving her 10th term representing a congressional district along California's Central Coast, announced Wednesday that she will not seek another term.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney, during an interview with a conservative radio host, accused President Obama of trying to destroy the country from within and said his policies are the work of someone trying to "take America down."
A new book about the lives of first families, as told by White House workers, spans 10 administrations -- but it's the lurid tales from the Clintons' tumultuous eight-year stay that are capturing all the attention.
Two Democratic stalwarts from Massachusetts are suggesting that Rep. Nancy Pelosi should leave the party's leadership team in Congress after big electoral losses last year and in 2010.
Cluster of Cruz super PACs raises record sum for one week, shaking the ground under the GOP field.
The Arkansas legislature has overwhelmingly passed a bill requiring a monument of the Ten Commandments to be displayed on the state capitol grounds.
A top U.S. military commander warned that Russia’s modern military is now “far more capable” than that of the Soviet Union, saying Moscow is “messaging” the United States that “they’re a global power.”
The first man to ever serve as White House social secretary is now planning his own exit.
While local students are forced to go without basic supplies like toilet paper and textbooks, the School District of Philadelphia is giving away hundreds of thousands of dollars of free office space each year to the local teachers union.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman has won re-election.
The United States will speed up weapons deliveries to members of the Saudi-led coalition launching airstrikes against Iran-aligned Shiite rebels in Yemen, a top American diplomat said Tuesday.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has signed a bill making his state the first in the nation to ban a controversial second-trimester abortion procedure that critics describe as dismembering a fetus.
The White House argued Tuesday that climate change is hazardous to the public's health, prompting critics of new EPA emission rules to call the argument "scare tactics" that ignore the economic impact of new regulations.
Liberal media outlets are already warning Democrats not to trust Republican presidential contender Rand Paul on global warming, saying he’s just another “denier” when it comes to claims that human activities are warming the Earth.
Rep. Steve Russell featured more than $117 million worth of failed government efforts in the first of a "Waste Watch" series dedicated to exposing the squandering of taxpayer money.
President Obama has tried really hard to stay out of the 2016 race for his job, except when it comes to one person: Wisconsin Republican Gov.
A federal judge in Texas denied a Justice Department request Tuesday to lift his temporary hold on President Obama's executive action shielding potentially millions of illegal immigrants from deportation.
After the 9/11 attacks, Congress passed the REAL ID Act to prevent foreign nationals from fraudulently obtaining a U.S. driver's license -- by requiring any ID issued based on unverifiable foreign documents look different in "design or color" from an official driver's license. But more than a decade later, several state and local governments are openly flouting the law, issuing ID cards that are barely distinguishable from a bona fide driver's license.
Congressional investigators say they’ve uncovered another attempt by the Obama administration to aid illegal immigrants in the U.S. – this time, by teaching foreign workers lessons on union organizing.