During a news conference in Canada Wednesday, President Barack Obama couldn't help but slam the presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump without mentioning him by name.
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Fox News Channel anchor Bret Baier told a Washington, D.C. radio station on Friday that Fox has been talking with Sen. Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump's campaigns about hosting a presidential debate before California's primary in June.
Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol told a D.C.-based radio station on Thursday that he has been actively talking to Washington insiders about finding third-party candidates to counter the candidacies of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Maryland lawmakers in Montgomery County are working to add more free meals for needy students. The county council plans to expand the program's budget by $150,000 to feed an additional 1,100 students on the weekends.
As tax day looms for American taxpayers on Monday, one state comptroller is struggling to figure out what to do with thousands of fraudulent tax returns submitted by identity thieves.
Ahead of the New York primary, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders met with Pope Francis on Saturday during his visit to the Vatican. University of Virginia political science professor Larry Sabato told CNN that the meeting could help garner the Catholic vote in New York.
CNN host Don Lemon got testy with former "Apprentice" contestant and Donald Trump supporter Omarosa Manigault Friday night when she didn't answer his question about the Twitter war between Trump and Ted Cruz about their wives.
During a press conference on Monday afternoon, Senator Ted Cruz told reporters that he wants The New York Times to release the audio of an editorial board meeting that his rival Donald Trump had with the paper.
MSNBC 's "Morning Joe" host Joe Scarborough and former GOP presidential nominee Gov. Mitt Romney called the presidential candidate Donald Trump's reaction to the former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke endorsement "disqualifying."
State Department spokesman John Kirby told reporters Wednesday that the United States refuses to "accept North Korea as a nuclear-armed state," even though it is one.
Miss Universe host Steve Harvey announced that the wrong contestant had won the global beauty pageant Sunday.
House Speaker Paul Ryan announced Tuesday morning that the House is "developing a plan to address the Syrian refugee crisis" in the wake of the terrorist attack in Paris.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul criticized his GOP presidential rival Sen. Marco Rubio in his home state of Florida following the terrorist attacks in Paris.
In the middle of a Saturday night discussion between MSNBC host Chuck Todd and Congressman Michael Turner of Ohio, the news channel dropped a random bleep during the lawmaker's comments about ISIS and the attacks on Paris.
"CBS This Morning" host Charlie Rose was shocked Thursday morning when Florida Sen. Marco Rubio stood by his stance that the former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton misled Americans about the cause of the 2012 Benghazi terror attack.
Republican candidate Donald Trump labeled his rival Dr. Ben Carson as having "super low energy" at a Miami rally Friday night, just days after Carson knocked him out of the lead in two Iowa polls.
Several lawmakers and pundits claimed Friday morning that "nothing new was learned" from Thursday's 11-hour Benghazi hearing. Headlines cheered on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as "emerging largely unscathed" from the hearing.
MSNBC host Chris Matthews told Brian Williams on Wednesday that Hillary Clinton's campaign is probably not pleased with Vice President Biden's speech announcing that he is not running for president.
Bloomberg journalist Del Wilber was jogging on the Capital Crescent Trail in Bethesda, Maryland on Monday night when an owl swooped in and knocked him to the ground.