FOX News: Politics
A security threat issued this week that warned airlines of shoe bomb attacks was prompted by heightened U.S. concerns about Al Qaeda's Yemen-based affiliate, senior law enforcement officials told Fox News on Thursday.
A bill providing such protections was on the brink of passing the GOP-dominated Arizona House on Thursday, a day after a similar measure cleared the Senate.
Centenarian Joe Newman is trying to start a career in politics by running as a write-in candidate for Florida’s 16th Congressional District.
Former CIA Deputy Director Michael Morell is facing accusations from Republicans that he misled lawmakers about the Obama administration's role in crafting the bogus storyline that a protest gone awry was to blame for the deadly Benghazi attack.
The Justice Department's inspector general is conducting a four-city examination into storefront undercover operations run by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to assess whether they pose a danger to the public. The ATF runs sting operations in various cities, often as part of an effort to catch arms traffickers who bring stolen weapons into storefronts where agents act as buyers.
The New York Police Department's intelligence unit didn't discriminate against Muslims with far-reaching surveillance aimed at identifying "budding terrorist conspiracies" at Newark mosques and other locations in New Jersey, a federal judge ruled on Thursday.
President Obama is being pressed to act quickly on the crisis in Ukraine amid accusations that his administration is straddling the fence, as dozens more people were killed Thursday in clashes on the streets of Kiev.
Oregon's attorney general will not defend the state's ban on gay marriage, arguing it cannot withstand a federal constitutional challenge.
Efforts to overhaul California's public pension system are getting a boost as taxpayers voice outrage over a former sheriff who asked a court for $75,000 more a year in retirement pay -- on top of his current annual pension of $276,000.
President Obama is under fire from Republicans for backtracking on proposed Social Security and other benefit cuts in his upcoming budget proposal.
In Illinois it’s called everything from pop to soda to sodi, but the state’s Democrats are now calling soda pop a money maker.
President Barack Obama says the U.S. is outraged by violence in Ukraine and is urging President Viktor Yanukovych to withdraw forces from downtown Kiev immediately.
A U.S. military drone strike in Yemen last December may have killed up to a dozen civilians on their way to a wedding and injured others, including the bride, a human rights group says. U.S. officials say only members of al-Qaida were killed, but they have refused to make public the details of two U.S. investigations into the incident.
Critics of a proposed Federal Communications Commission study that would send researchers into newsrooms across America say the new chairman's vow to tweak the plan doesn't go far enough -- with one leading media group calling on the agency to scrap the study entirely.
Downward spiral of pro-liberty interests globally may be another data point for Republicans to argue that the Obama Democrats are incompetent.
American flags made in foreign lands may no longer fly on military bases, but the rule won't apply to other federal facilities because lawmakers decided star spangled banners made in the U.S. are just too expensive.
The U.S. has now appropriated more than $100 billion for Afghan reconstruction. A FoxNews.com review shows several companies with questionable track records have been able to snag a sizable piece of the pie.
The chairman of a German company whose cranes are reportedly being used for public hangings in Iran lashed out at critics and dismissed calls for his company to end its relationship with Tehran on humanitarian grounds.
As a law officer in Minnesota, former Todd County Deputy Sheriff Mark Grinstead didn't miss much. After all, why try to avoid something when it's a lot easier to just hit it?
What on earth is the FCC thinking?
The last thing we need is the government mucking around with news content.