FOX News: Politics
The Arizona Senate on Wednesday passed a bill backed by Republicans that expands the rights of people to assert their religious beliefs in refusing service to gays and others, a measure Democrats say will open the doors for discrimination and hurt the state economy.
Syndicated columnist and Fox News contributor George Will said Wednesday that the Obama administration foreign policy, and the U.S. policy toward Syria in particular, is lacking resolve and leadership.
Five hundred thousand jobs.
That’s the number that the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office says may be lost if President Obama pushes through a raise in the federal minimum wage to $10.10 per hour, from $7.25. The report cranked up the heat online on what has already been a feisty political battle.
An Obama administration plan that would get researchers into newsrooms across the country is sparking concern among congressional Republicans and conservative groups.
The Department of Homeland Security issued a bulletin Wednesday warning airlines of possible attempts to attack passenger jets using explosives packed in shoes, Fox News has confirmed.
A Nebraska judge on Wednesday struck down a law that allowed the Keystone XL pipeline to proceed through the state, a setback for the project that would carry oil from Canada to Texas refineries.
Obama opened his trip with a bilateral meeting with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, a discussion the U.S. leader said would focus in part on how to advance the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a trade bloc of 12 countries in the Americas, Asia and the Pacific.
The governor announced plans Wednesday to spend $99 million next fiscal year on six priorities.
A Girl Scouts spokeswoman is denying claims from the editor of a pro-life website that the organization is attempting to intimidate him by demanding he remove the Girl Scouts logo from site.
The Treasury Department is levying financial sanctions against a Colombian suspected of leading an international drug trafficking and money laundering organization that exported nearly 100 tons of cocaine a year from Colombia.
If the Republican Party is looking to make inroads with Hispanic voters -- it need only to look at Texas.
President Obama said late Wednesday he hoped the just-announced Ukraine truce would "provide space for the sides to resolve their disagreements peacefully."
The McDonnells are charged with accepting more than $165,000 in loans and gifts from the former CEO of a dietary supplements maker in exchange for helping promote his company's products.
CBO chief defends report on proposed wage hike, says it's 'completely consistent' with leading economists
The leader of the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office on Wednesday defend attacks by Democrats against the group’s recent report that shows increasing the hourly minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 would cost the U.S. economy 500,000 jobs.
Virginia Republican leaders say expanding the program now would be throwing good money after bad.
Liberal super PAC head Brad Woodhouse is beating the old Democratic Party drum, drudging up allegations from a long and winding secret investigation into conservatives connected to Gov. Walker.
For second straight week, Democrats find themselves explaining why it’s a good thing for fewer Americans to be employed.
I spend lots of time visiting opinion sites, newspaper sites, magazine sites and blogs, trafficking in all manner of political reporting, analysis, commentary, bloviation and snark.
But sometimes I just want to take a break and listen to music.
As President Obama's critics grow increasingly concerned about his use of executive power, they're also examining their options.
A plan by the Department of Homeland Security to establish a national license-plate recognition database to collect information from commercial and law enforcement tag readers has been abruptly canceled after concerns were raised over privacy and how the data might be scrutinized.