FOX News: Politics
The White House on Friday praised an agreement between Ukraine's president and the opposition to end violence and said it should be implemented immediately.
Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin reportedly said this week he’d vote to repeal ObamaCare -- but on Friday walked back his comments in a statement put out by his office.
The latest Fox News poll finds that most Americans think Congress should continue to investigate the Obama administration’s handling of the terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi.
A federal judge says gay couples in Chicago don't have to wait until June to marry. Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman's Friday order says there is no reason to delay same-sex marriages in Illinois, when the state's law is set to take effect. Her finding applies only to Cook County.
To conduct what critics are calling an intrusive examination of newsrooms across America, the Federal Communications Commission tapped a Beltway firm whose philosophy aligned neatly with the study's goals -- which were to promote "diversity" in the newsroom, presumably in terms of who is hired and what is covered.
Detroit's emergency manager filed a plan Friday to restructure the city's $18 billion debt by making cuts to pensions and creditors while offering a blueprint for emerging from the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history.
Obama abandons trims of entitlement hikes as Democrats march on under banner of bigger government and more spending.
A Zimbabwe magistrate on Friday ordered former U.S. Rep. Mel Reynolds to pay a fine or face jail time after he pleaded guilty to charges of violating the country's immigration laws.
California's secretary of state has given the go-ahead for activists to start gathering signatures for a bizarre initiative that would split the state into six new states.
Legislation sponsored by Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fort Walton Beach, offers gun owners the same protections afforded to those who suffer more widely recognized discriminatory abuses.
President Obama met with the Dalai Lama at the White House Friday over the stern objection of China, which warned the meeting would "inflict grave damages" on the U.S. relationship with the Asian nation.
The thong controversy emerged from more than 27,000 pages of documents unsealed by a Wisconsin court Wednesday showing substantial overlap between political and official emails while Walker was Milwaukee County executive.
The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office stuck with that estimate for the exchanges until just recently, when it lowered its projection from 7 million to 6 million.
Is it fair to hold Republican candidate for Texas governor Greg Abbott accountable for a supporter’s rant?
President Obama is under fire from Republicans for backtracking on proposed Social Security and other benefit cuts in his upcoming budget proposal.
De Blasio was in the front passenger seat of the lead SUV of a two-vehicle caravan that was captured on video speeding, running through a pair of stop signs and not signaling when changing lanes.
The exiled leader is in the U.S. for a three-week speaking tour and has met with Obama twice before.
A mother with cancer who was forced to switch plans under Oba maCare and who subsequently featured in a political advert against the law told Megyn Kelly that losing her plan was "crushing."