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Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer told viewers on Wednesday's “Special Report with Bret Baier” now that Hillary Clinton has agreed to turn over her email server to the FBI, she has lost control of a situation she fought so long to hang onto.
It doesn’t get much more American than the Iowa State Fair – a place where butter is king, hog calling is sport and politicians are tested.
The United States military flew its first manned airstrikes against ISIS from a Turkish air base Tuesday, a Defense department spokeswoman confirmed to Fox News.
Former President Jimmy Carter, who at age 90 still travels the world supporting the humanitarian endeavors that have consumed his time in the decades since he left office, announced Wednesday he has cancer that has spread to other parts of his body.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx was paid nearly a half-million dollars by a bus company while mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina, even though he performed no work for the company, according to a lawsuit filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court.
EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy was set to visit the site of a toxic river spill in Colorado Wednesday amid mounting anger and possible legal action over the accident caused by EPA workers that turned the Animus River a deep mustard color by contaminating it with sludge laden with lead, arsenic and other heavy metals.
The campaign for 2016 Republican presidential hopeful Jim Gilmore is downplaying the candidate failing so far to qualify for the second GOP primary debate of the season, arguing it will eventually recover from the late start.
The Democratic Party of New Mexico says their emails are being blocked and "blacklisted" from the Republican-controlled Secretary of State's office and other state agencies.
Five employees who work at a federal watchdog agency tasked with rooting out fraud and abuse were indicted Tuesday after investigators say they concocted a plan that stole lunch money from needy children.
Clinton's suddenly trailing in a New Hampshire poll just as the FBI seizes her secret email server and her lawyer’s backup files.
For six and a half years, the White House has had a quick comeback to questions about its yet-to-be-announced decision on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline: Talk to the State Department.
Wanted: A presidential candidate who will help the AFL-CIO reshape America’s economy to better suit the labor coalition.
In his 2013 State of the City speech, Mayor Michael Hancock touted a new city website to help residents determine how officials spend tax money.
The Obama administration doesn't plan to invite Cuban dissidents to Secretary of State John Kerry's historic flag-raising at the U.S. Embassy in Havana on Friday, vividly illustrating how U.S. policy is shifting focus from the island's opposition to its single-party government. Instead, Kerry intends to meet more quietly with prominent activists later in the day, officials said.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush said Tuesday the U.S. may need to send more ground troops into Iraq to defeat Islamic State (ISIS) militants, but he stopped short of saying how many as he outlined his strategy for combating a threat that's "spreading like a pandemic."
Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton announced Tuesday that she had directed her aides to turn over her personal e-mail server to the Justice Department, giving in to months of demands that she relinquish the device she used to store her correspondence while secretary of state.
Secretary of State John Kerry doubled down on the controversial Iran nuclear deal Tuesday, telling lawmakers that there was not a better deal available to negotiators and then since 2013 Iran has not pursued a nuclear bomb to the best of America’s knowledge.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has opened up a shocking 7-point lead over Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire, according to a new poll released late Tuesday.
Charles Krauthammer told viewers Tuesday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that revelations classified emails were found on Hillary Clinton's private server that she used to conduct business showed that “it’s not only her trustworthiness, it’s the fact that nothing she says ever is true three weeks later.”
Hillary Clinton relented Tuesday to months of demands she relinquish the personal email server she used while secretary of state, directing the device be given to the Justice Department.