Tom Sherman - 14 hours ago
Meanwhile, in the GOP 2016 race, Mike Huckabee takes the lead
With attention focused on Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush, Mike Huckabee silently climbs to the top of the polls in Iowa.
Judge questions constitutionality of no-fly list, FBI adds plaintiff's brother to 'Most Wanted' list Judge questions constitutionality of no-fly list, FBI adds plaintiff's brother to 'Most Wanted' list
Tom Sherman - 13 hours ago
Just as one man is about to clear his name from the government's 'no-fly' list, his brother becomes the target of the FBI.
Meanwhile, in the GOP 2016 race, Mike Huckabee takes the lead Meanwhile, in the GOP 2016 race, Mike Huckabee takes the lead
Tom Sherman - 14 hours ago
With attention focused on Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush, Mike Huckabee silently climbs to the top of the polls in Iowa.
Obama scolds the stingy nature of government spending, pushes for huge increase Obama scolds the stingy nature of government spending, pushes for huge increase
Anna Jiang - Jan 30, 2015
President Obama calls for an end to severe budget cuts and to increase government spending where needed.
Romney's lukewarm reception to 2016 race continues: Political adviser switches to Team Bush Romney's lukewarm reception to 2016 race continues: Political adviser switches to Team Bush
Ella Vincent - Jan 30, 2015
David Kochel was Mitt Romney's Iowa-based adviser. He will work with Jeb Bush during his prospective 2016 campaign.
Washington strategist warns public that Congress can't be 'everything to everyone' Washington strategist warns public that Congress can't be 'everything to everyone'
Ella Vincent - Jan 30, 2015
Possible cuts in defense spending have led President Obama to want to end the sequester. The president says the budget cuts are hurting the military and the middle-class.
John McCain lashes out at 'low-life scum' protesters who interrupted Senate hearingĀ  John McCain lashes out at 'low-life scum' protesters who interrupted Senate hearingĀ 
Anna Jiang - Jan 30, 2015
Protestors called out angrily for former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger to be tried for war crimes during the time he served under President Nixon.
Mitt Romney aims to amend flubs from 2012 by courting middle class voters Mitt Romney aims to amend flubs from 2012 by courting middle class voters
Anna Jiang - Jan 29, 2015
Potential 2016 GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney recently spoke at Mississippi State University and claimed that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would not be able to provide opportunities for Americans.
Conservative Bill O'Reilly claims no current GOP 2016 candidate can beat Hillary Clinton Conservative Bill O'Reilly claims no current GOP 2016 candidate can beat Hillary Clinton
Anna Jiang - Jan 28, 2015
Bill O'Reilly claims that current potential 2016 GOP presidential candidates aren't up to snuff.
Environmentalists angered as Obama Administration pushes for Atlantic oil drilling Environmentalists angered as Obama Administration pushes for Atlantic oil drilling
Dan Taylor - Jan 28, 2015
Alaskan politicians were also angered, but for an entirely different reason: they argue the move would harm their economy at a time when they are already struggling.
What the hack? 2014 cyberattacks increase in frequency, volume, complexity What the hack? 2014 cyberattacks increase in frequency, volume, complexity
Tom Sherman - Jan 28, 2015
Analysis from Arbor Network's tenth annual report on cybersecurity reveal stark trends in the hacking industry.
Mormon leaders voice support for 'reasonable' LGBT rights, but remain anti gay marriage Mormon leaders voice support for 'reasonable' LGBT rights, but remain anti gay marriage
Anna Jiang - Jan 28, 2015
Top Mormon leaders say that the Church will support legislation that "safeguards" basic human rights of members of the LGBT community but stresses that this stance does not indicate a reversal of doctrines and teachings.
Obama eases off college savings program following significant outcry from Congress Obama eases off college savings program following significant outcry from Congress
Ella Vincent - Jan 28, 2015
President Obama is relenting on a fight with Congress over funding college savings programs. Obama floated a plan to cut tax exemptions for the programs.
Ethics charges filed against Rick Perry are plenty constitutional, judge says Ethics charges filed against Rick Perry are plenty constitutional, judge says
Ella Vincent - Jan 28, 2015
Texas governor Rick Perry lost a bid to have ethics charges lodged against him dismissed as unconstitutional. Perry was charged with the ethics violations last year.
Spy agency admits to crashing drone on White House lawn, but does not explain why Spy agency admits to crashing drone on White House lawn, but does not explain why
Anna Jiang - Jan 28, 2015
An employee of the U.S. spy agency has confessed to having operated the drone that crashed into the White House on Monday.
NASA finds tectonic activity on neighboring NASA finds tectonic activity on neighboring "planet you've never heard of"
Tom Sherman - Jan 27, 2015
NASA scientists revealed the highest definition photographs of the dwarf planet Ceres.
Koch brothers announce they will spend nearly $1 billion on 2016 election Koch brothers announce they will spend nearly $1 billion on 2016 election
Ella Vincent - Jan 27, 2015
The wealthy political donors met with Republican politicians to discuss financing for the upcoming elections.
Former CIA officer found guilty of leaking government secrets to reporter Former CIA officer found guilty of leaking government secrets to reporter
Anna Jiang - Jan 27, 2015
Jeffrey Sterling faces prison after being convicted in federal court for leaking classified details about an U.S. operation to a reporter.
How an Obama veto on Keystone XL could be good for bipartisanship How an Obama veto on Keystone XL could be good for bipartisanship
Tom Sherman - Jan 26, 2015
A savvy presidential veto from Obama may finally unite the country-- against himself.
Police claim popular nagivation app 'Waze' puts them in danger Police claim popular nagivation app 'Waze' puts them in danger
Ella Vincent - Jan 26, 2015
The popular traffic app is being criticized by cops for having a police-tracking feature.
Slow and steady wins the race? Hillary Clinton takes her time in announcing 2016 campaign Slow and steady wins the race? Hillary Clinton takes her time in announcing 2016 campaign
Anna Jiang - Jan 26, 2015
Hillary Clinton is the clear Democratic forerunner for the 2016 Presidential campaign but has yet to announce her intention to run.
Santa Ana winds wreak havoc on southern California Santa Ana winds wreak havoc on southern California
Tom Sherman - Jan 25, 2015
Southern Californians braved hurricane force winds this weekend, as the Santa Ana winds arrived in full force.
Federal investigators crack down on visa mills posing as colleges Federal investigators crack down on visa mills posing as colleges
Tom Sherman - Jan 25, 2015
Scam colleges have been exchanging student visas for cash or work from illegal immigrants, according to federal investigators.
Supreme Court to weigh in on lethal injections in Oklahoma Supreme Court to weigh in on lethal injections in Oklahoma
Dan Taylor - Jan 24, 2015
The announcement comes months after the death of Clayton Lockett, who died from a heart attack last year 43 minutes after his botched execution began.
Democrats announce 2016 convention dates Democrats announce 2016 convention dates
Tom Sherman - Jan 24, 2015
The DNC announced the dates of its 2016 convention, but is still tight lipped on its final location.
American diplomats anger both Cuban government and dissidents American diplomats anger both Cuban government and dissidents
Tom Sherman - Jan 24, 2015
American diplomats rankle feathers throughout Cuba with a ham-handed approach to diplomacy.
Sarah Palin is considering running in 2016: report Sarah Palin is considering running in 2016: report
Dan Taylor - Jan 24, 2015
Sarah Palin was coy, however, noting that while she would love to shake things up in the race by providing a female candidate, it didn't have to be her.
Marco Rubio blows off Senate to campaign in California Marco Rubio blows off Senate to campaign in California
Tom Sherman - Jan 23, 2015
Marco Rubio gathers together supporters, staffers, touring dates, and plans to skip the Senate session next week in favor of building his 2016 presidential campaign.
FDA, EPA agree: Fishy pregnancies can be good news FDA, EPA agree: Fishy pregnancies can be good news
Tom Sherman - Jan 23, 2015
New research shows women that eat fish during their pregnancies are more likely to have smarter, healthier babies.
Reporter who wrote story on hacker group 'Anonymous' is sentenced to prison as accessory Reporter who wrote story on hacker group 'Anonymous' is sentenced to prison as accessory
Ella Vincent - Jan 22, 2015
Barrett Brown was a journalist who covered Anonymous. He was sentenced to five years in prison for his connection to the group.
Christie aims to steal the show at Iowa event while Bush and Romney are away Christie aims to steal the show at Iowa event while Bush and Romney are away
Ella Vincent - Jan 22, 2015
New Jersey governor Chris Christie wants to draw attention from Republican rivals at an upcoming event. The governor is speaking at the Iowa Freedom Summit.