FOX News: Politics
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.
New U.S. intelligence assessments say there are more indications than ever that Russia could invade eastern Ukraine, as congressional lawmakers reacted with alarm to Vladimir Putin's rapidly expanding military buildup along the border.
Dems roll out fixes for health law, but will Harry Reid and Team Obama let them see the light of day?
Call it “American Hustle” gone West. An elaborate FBI sting culminated this week after two undercover officers -- who posed as East Coast Mafia members -- helped take down 26 Californians, including an influential state senator with alleged ties to an Asian mob.
Political debates can be painful for viewers, but a Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate was in true agony during an eight-candidate forum Tuesday during which he reportedly passed a kidney stone.
This year's hearings with Capitol Police Chief Kim Dine granted lawmakers the chance to grill the chief about three areas which the 535 "mayors" find vexing.
U.S. taxpayers spent nearly $16 million to fly the Obamas to, from and around Hawaii and Africa, Air Force records obtained by Judicial Watch show.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn is telling taxpayers he cannot lie -- he plans to keep Illinois' "temporary" income tax increases.
It took two seconds for the sniping to begin online after the Obama administration extended its healthcare sign-up deadline by two weeks. While the stated purpose of the extension is to give people more time to complete applications already in the system, the announcement comes on the heels of other ObamaCare delays.
President Obama met Pope Francis at the Vatican for nearly an hour Thursday amid a complex backdrop of conflict over contraception, concern for the plight of the poor, and the pontiff's emergence as a powerful persona on the world stage.
The Washington Post paints a sympathetic portrait of Eric Cantor that is far different from most mainstream media portrayals.
Legislation that would prevent a 24 percent cut in payments from the federal government to reimburse doctors who accept Medicare patients faced an uncertain future early Thursday as House GOP leaders struggled to find the votes to support the bill.
A group of House Democrats have introduced legislation that would boost pay for all federal employees by 3.3 percent next year.
Several Democratic senators moved Thursday to "improve" parts of ObamaCare, proposing numerous changes to the law amid concerns that it could cost Democrats House seats and possibly the Senate in November.
Moscow’s annexation of Crimea was condemned worldwide, but some people in Alaska apparently are yearning for the days when they, too, were part of Mother Russia.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Champ, who is listed as an “engineer and businessman” on the California election website, has a lengthy rap sheet.
Connecticut lawmakers Wednesday approved raising the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour by 2017, the highest for any state in the country and the same rate that President Obama wants for the federal minimum wage.