FOX News: Politics
In a court proceeding Wednesday, U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly said Stephen Kim's criminal act was "a very serious one" committed by a national security expert who lost his "moral compass."
The Justice Department is conducting a criminal investigation of GM's handling of the recall.
Jake Rush says being a little “nerdy” has nothing to do with his ability to serve in Congress.
The vote was 61-38, one more than the 60 needed for the bill to advance toward likely approval in the next several days.
Devil is in the enrollment details for vulnerable Democrats as midterm battles heat up.
The Supreme Court, in a 5-4 decision, ruled Wednesday that limits on the total amount of money individuals can give to candidates, political parties and political action committees are unconstitutional.
The former acting director of the CIA, in his first public testimony on Benghazi, confirmed that he ignored guidance from the top CIA officer on the ground in favor of reporting from analysts far removed from the scene, in shaping the flawed "talking points" which said the attack sprung from a protest.
Momentum is building behind what would be an unprecedented effort to amend the U.S. Constitution, through a little-known provision that gives states rather than Congress the power to initiate changes.
Faced with the possibility of having to refund more than $20 million collected for a nonexistent tax, not to mention losing an estimated $7 million in taxes a year going forward, lawmakers passed a bill Thursday reinstating the tax and making it retroactive to the date of its accidental repeal.
The exercise, code named Eagle Horizon 2014, was cut back instead to small-scale communications checks within federal agencies.
The Texas senator and tea party favorite was to speak Wednesday before the student body of Liberty University, the Virginia school founded by the late Rev. Jerry Falwell.
If you’re a member of the military, easy access to cigarettes could soon go up in smoke. The Department of Defense is considering banning the sale of cigarettes on ships and bases in an effort to get service members to stop smoking.
Members of a group seeking to unionize college athletes are looking for allies on Capitol Hill as they brace for an appeal of a ruling that said full scholarship athletes at Northwestern University are employees who have the right to form a union.
No, it wasn’t an April Fool’s joke. The Obama administration scored 7 million enrollees by its March 31 deadline. HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius testified in Congress last year that the health care program would be successful if it hit this mark, and the victory laps are here.
You know who wants Jeb Bush to run for president? The pundits.
Congressional sources tell Fox News that former acting CIA director Michael Morell can expect aggressive questioning over his alleged conflicting statements to Capitol Hill over Benghazi when he testifies on Wednesday.
Embattled District of Columbia mayor Vincent Gray was defeated in the Democratic primary Tuesday by Councilmember Muriel Bowser.
Voters in Deer Trail overwhelmingly defeated a proposal Tuesday that would have authorized the rural community east of Denver to issue drone-hunting permits.
A conservative legal group filed a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday, accusing the agency of stonewalling records requests from conservative groups and engaging in political bias in granting fee waivers for documents.