Republican Iowa Rep. David Young pressed Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on Thursday morning about a top Obama administration official who caved to political pressure from major Democrats — former Pennsylvania Governor Edward Rendell, Senator Harry Reid, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe and Anthony Rodham, brother of former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton -- to approve immigration applications from well-connected wealthy foreigners.
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President Barack Obama responded to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's plea Tuesday to a joint session of Congress to not allow "bad deal" with Iran and summed it up as "nothing new."
WASHINGTON -- Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker sat down with Baltimore's WBAL radio host Derek Hunter at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) for a wide-ranging interview.
In a speech at the winter meeting of the Democratic National Committee, President Barack Obama passively responded to former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani's comments questioning his "love" for America.
Former Sony Pictures co-chair Amy Pascal told women to "know what they are worth" during an interview with Tina Brown at the Women in the World conference in San Francisco.
Rep. Van Hollen Unsure About Attending Netanyahu Speech As The List of Democrats Skipping Continues To Grow [VIDEO]
Maryland Rep. Chris Van Hollen, the top Democrat on the House Budget Committee and leading voice in the House, expressed concerns about attending Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech before a joint session of Congress next month.
After national outrage over misleading comments about his time in Iraq, NBC's Nightly News anchor Brian Williams is now taking a temporary leave of absence. This time away from the anchor desk has not stopped the growing scrutiny of other boastful claims he has made in his past.
The 81-year-old Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg told law students at Georgetown University this week that she believes there will be "enough" women on the Supreme Court when "there are nine" justices.
In an attempt to score younger viewers, MSNBC bet on Ronan Farrow as their next youthful rising star.
Obama Fact Check: Barack Claims He’s First President Since Washington To Make Booze in White House [VIDEO]
During Savannah Guthrie's hard-hitting exclusive NBC interview with President Obama, the president made this claim:
MSNBC host Ed Schultz told his audience Monday night that he was "disturbed" by the film "American Sniper" and to him, the film represented "a harsh reminder that soldiers were sent to war over under false pretense."
Jindal On Muslim Assimilation: You’re Not Welcome If You Don’t Want To Pursue American Dream [VIDEO]
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, while in Europe on Monday, blamed "political correctness" for the lack of cultural assimilation of Muslims in America and Europe.
As actress Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting presented the Favorite Comedic Movie Actress Award during the People's Choice Awards Wednesday night, she was asked by a fellow presenter:
Republican Idaho Rep. Raúl Labrador took to Facebook Wednesday to defend his vote for House Speaker John Boehner. The Tea Party conservative who previously fought Boehner's bid for speaker in 2013, is now taking heat from conservatives who feel he's a RINO and "faux conservative" for not ousting Speaker Boehner this time around.
Fox News Channel "The Five" co-host Bob Beckel has a beef with Walt Disney's animal-killing fairy tales.
An ill-timed snowstorm snarled the Washington-area morning rush hour just as school buses merged with the traffic of Congress returning back to Capitol Hill. The underestimated amount of snow caused hours of traffic delays on the Capital Beltway.
Friends, family and colleagues of the two slain New York Police Department officers during a press conference Sunday evening blasted New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio for his anti-police rhetoric.
WASHINGTON -- The event was billed as one of solidarity, thousands of people unified in their demand for “justice for all” and an end to alleged police brutality against “unarmed black men.” Led by MSNBC host Al Sharpton, the march was organized and promoted by his National Action Network.
Virginia U.S. Senate candidate Ed Gillespie aired a new ad about the Redskins name controversy during the first half of the Cowboys-Redskins Monday night football game.