Republican Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul earned a standing ovation at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Friday, with members of the conservative activist crowd chanting "President Paul" at one point.
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The investigation into Lois Lerner's missing emails is currently on hold due to software issues. But the investigators know that "there is potential criminal activity" in the case.
Legendary TV talk show host Byron Allen is taking on Al Sharpton, President Obama, and the most powerful media corporations in the world in a battle to spotlight the crisis at the heart of American race relations. It's a daunting mission. But for some reason he doesn't sound scared.
The Republican National Committee (RNC) wants conservatives to know that it's aware of the rampant liberal bias in the news media.
Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber has been fired from the board of Massachusetts' state health care exchange.
Democratic Georgia Rep. David Scott said that food stamps are necessary because of America's "policy" of imprisoning families.
The Treasury Department's inspector general blasted the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for "extraordinarily complicated" tax instructions and for allowing billions of dollars of fraud and identity theft at a House Appropriations Committee hearing Wednesday.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) refused to discuss onetime patient Eddie Ray Routh, who was convicted Tuesday of murder for the shooting death of "American Sniper" Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield. But the agency did state that the PSTD Routh claimed to have is usually not dangerous.
The Obama administration's Department of Labor is under investigation for abusing its office credit card for a lavish taxpayer-funded spending spree, The Daily Caller has exclusively learned.
Is Al Sharpton over yet?
The Obama administration re-defined the word "spouse" Tuesday to include gay couples.
The American Federation of Teachers labor union warned about the potential disastrous effects of Obamacare shortly before the law was implemented.
If you're over 65 and you like your financial adviser, there's a good chance you won't be able to keep your adviser.
State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf wrote her college honors thesis on "how conservative evangelical support for Israel complicates U.S. foreign policy," according to Indiana University records.
This week, it was revealed that the youth-oriented progressive website BuzzFeed currently has a job listing on its site for a "Men's Interests" writer. Predictably, liberals expressed outrage that the staunchly feminist site would set aside a job specifically for a man, or that it thinks men have different interests than women, or that it thinks men even deserve to have their interests represented on the Internet, or something.
Democrats' campaign to label all genetically modified foods just might undermine recent liberal attempts to portray Republicans as the party of anti-science and anti-vaccine wingnuts.
A Republican candidate is suing a Democratic congresswoman and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee for defamation for doctoring his statements in campaign ads.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) is fundraising off a potential government shutdown over Department of Homeland Security funding.
Republican Texas Rep. Blake Farenthold has been accused of sexual harassment. Refusing to back down in the face of allegations by his ex-press flack Lauren Greene (and the obvious joy of anti-Republican 'journalists'), Farenthold fired back with a court filing in which he denied that he created a "hostile work environment."