Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton told state officials Sunday they can refuse to issue same-sex marriage licenses or otherwise refuse to participate in same-sex marriage ceremonies on religious grounds.
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Republican Sen. Marco Rubio broke his silence on H-1b abuses Friday, following the news that another Florida company is laying off dozens of tech workers and asking them to train their foreign replacements.
President Barack Obama urged supporters of same-sex marriage Friday to "help" people to overcome their religious convictions, so they are no longer held back from a progressive American view of equality.
Planned Parenthood is performing more abortions -- now about one in three in the U.S. -- and is providing less non-abortion services in its "health centers," even as demand for abortions and its overall client base are declining.
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Obamacare subsidies can go to enrollees in every state in a big victory for the Obama administration and a blow to Republicans hoping to repeal parts of the law.
The Obama administration failed the families of four now-dead U.S. hostages held by the Islamic State, an adviser to the families wrote in a scathing piece Wednesday that coincides with a similarly critical in-depth account of the families' experiences by The New Yorker.
Former North Carolina Sen. Kay Hagan won't run for Senate in 2016, disappointing Democrats counting on her to unseat Republican Richard Burr in what will be a major swing state race.
The federal government will stop threatening families with criminal prosecution for attempting to pay ransom for loved ones taken hostage by terrorist groups, President Barack Obama will announce Wednesday in an executive order clarifying and changing the way the government handles hostage situations. The sweeping new policy is due to "an idiot" at the Department of State, an official close to the review process told The Daily Caller News Foundation-- and "it's going to encourage more kidnappings of U.S. service members and U.S. diplomats stationed abroad, and it's going to make Americans targets."
Trade Promotion Authority cleared its last major hurdle in Congress Tuesday in a huge win for Obama, delivered to him by none other than congressional Republicans.
A staffer for Republican Rep. Paul Cook told an undercover journalist that Cook will likely vote to reauthorize the Export-Import Bank, because big campaign contributors that benefit from the bank are in his district.
Dozens of Republican representatives are still refusing to take a position on the Export-Import Bank's reauthorization less than a week before it expires.
The Justice Department announced Wednesday it has deported seven Brazilian snakes illegally trafficked into the United States, just a few months after Obama's chief immigration officer testified before Congress about about the trouble her agency is having deporting illegal immigrants.
The Southern Baptist Convention adopted a resolution promising not to recognize or adhere to any legal redefinition of marriage Tuesday, in anticipation of the upcoming Supreme Court ruling.
The Super PAC backing Carly Fiorina for president dodged FEC rules this week by changing its name from Carly for America to CARLY for America.
After a House Benghazi Select Committee discovered either Hillary Clinton or the State Department withheld Benghazi emails, House Speaker John Boehner used the occasion to throw Bill Clinton's infidelity in her face.
When Gilead Sciences announced it would charge $1,000 a pill for its breakthrough Hepatitis C cure, activists were infuriated, launching a global campaign to force the company to lower its price.
The Obama administration has "largely abandoned" efforts to enforce laws that prohibit businesses from hiring illegal immigrants, according to a new report from the Center for Immigration Studies.
Boston joined five other cities Tuesday to partner with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to market citizenship to legal and illegal immigrants in their cities.
Republican Sen. Marco Rubio signed a pledge to repeal the death tax Tuesday, making him the first declared candidate to make the promise in writing.