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The Obama administration on Thursday announced plans to place the lesser prairie chicken on a list of threatened species, a move that drew the ire of some Republican lawmakers and energy producers who derided the decision as an "overreach."
Randy Mastro said on “The Kelly File” his investigation was exhaustive and thorough, and in the end completely exonerated Christie.
A press release the Democratic congressman issued to apologize for the leaked video misspells the farming terms “detasseling and baling,” when describing Braley’s farming credentials.
While President Obama said he avoided discussing “social schisms” during his meeting with Pope Francis, the Vatican’s official readout said discussion turned to “the exercise of the rights to religious freedom, life and conscientious objection, as well as the issue of immigration reform.”
Venezuela had the full attention of North and South American diplomats Thursday. The U.S. State Department issued its strongest response yet to the ongoing crisis in the socialist country, saying it would consider imposing sanctions if the administration of President Nicolas Maduro doesn't reconcile with opponents who have been protesting for nearly three months.
A federal appeals court on Thursday upheld Texas' tough abortion restrictions that have led to the closure of nearly 20 clinics around the state, saying the new rules don't jeopardize women's health.
More American voters think the nation’s job situation is getting worse rather than better by a 48-39 percent margin according to the latest Fox News poll.
The Obama administration reported Thursday that more than 6 million Americans have signed up for coverage on the ObamaCare exchanges, a number that would appear to mark a spike in sign-ups in recent weeks.
Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are pressing President Obama to raise the issue of human and religious rights during his face-to-face meeting Friday with Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah.
A Washington state newspaper is crying foul after a state senator proposed making the paper pay a $150,000-a-year fine for being “one of the top polluters in the county.” It just so happens that the lawmaker, state Sen. Don Benton, had been the subject of a series of critical articles in the same newspaper.
As President Obama’s signature health care law turns four years old, most people say they understand how the law will affect them -- and a majority continues to oppose it. At the same time, the number favoring the law sits at its all-time high, according to the latest Fox News poll.
William “Paul” Hotz may not be the last hunter to shoot a mountain lion in Nebraska after all.
A grammar school teacher who killed a Nebraska mountain lion in the state’s first cougar hunt could also be the state’s last hunter to bag one of the trophy cats.
Long-delayed legislation to restore benefits for the long-term unemployed has cleared an initial Senate hurdle.
Critics of the Obama administration's deportation policies are concerned that an internal review could lead to deeper cuts of "what little is left" of immigration enforcement.
Congress spoke with one voice against Russia's annexation of Crimea, passing legislation in the House and Senate giving help to cash-strapped Ukraine and imposing sanctions against Russia.
The House has passed a measure to give doctors a reprieve from a looming 24 percent cut in their payments from Medicare.
President Obama met with Pope Francis at the Vatican Thursday. While both leaders have a lot in common when it comes to issues like the poor, immigration and the environment, the two are divided over abortion, same-sex marriage and the White House’s position on the health care and its mandates for contraception coverage.
An outside law firm brought in by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to examine the bridge closure scandal reported Thursday that their investigation found the governor was not involved in the plot.
Former defense secretary and energy secretary James Schlesinger has died, his daughter confirmed to Fox News. He was 85.