Immigration reform continues to meet resistance
Anna Jiang - Jul 17, 2014
Immigration reform continues to meet resistance
Speaker of the House John Boehner spoke Thursday on the unlikeliness of any immigration reform bill to pass before recess is take.
Newt Gingrich isn't happy about Bush and Clinton friendship Newt Gingrich isn't happy about Bush and Clinton friendship
Anna Jiang - 19 hours ago
Newt Gingrich calls the Bush family's friendship with Bill Clinton a huge mistake.
VA nominee promises reform at Congressional hearing VA nominee promises reform at Congressional hearing
Ella Vincent - Jul 23, 2014
Robert McDonald is Obama appointee to be Veteran Affairs Secretary.
Courts conflicted in recent Obamacare ruling Courts conflicted in recent Obamacare ruling
Anna Jiang - Jul 22, 2014
Analysts estimate that as many as five million people could be affected if subsidies disappear from the federally created marketplaces.
Hillary Clinton open to support anti-Citizens United amendment
Hillary Clinton open to support anti-Citizens United amendment
Anna Jiang - Jul 22, 2014

Obama pushes for more investment in transportation
Obama pushes for more investment in transportation
Ella Vincent - Jul 18, 2014
The president wants more Congressional funding for roads and bridges,

California rules death penalty unconstitutional
California rules death penalty unconstitutional
Anna Jiang - Jul 16, 2014
California federal judge declares the state's death penalty constitutional due to delays and lack of consistency.

President Obama to broaden the climate agenda
President Obama to broaden the climate agenda
Anna Jiang - Jul 16, 2014
President Obama released a new set of initiatives aimed at taking immediate action against climate change.

Does money determine political race outcomes?
Does money determine political race outcomes?
Anna Jiang - Jul 15, 2014
Reported campaign funds suggest Governor Cuomo has the upper hand in upcoming election.

Poll: Few Americans support impeaching Obama
Poll: Few Americans support impeaching Obama
Ella Vincent - Jul 15, 2014
Famous Republicans like Sarah Palin want the president impeached, but they have little support nationwide.

Key players in S&P 500's two largest cap sectors to report quarterly results
Key players in S&P 500's two largest cap sectors to report quarterly results
David Keup - Jul 13, 2014
Investors will get an early preview on whether corporate America backs a rosier economic picture this week.

Trump Plaza may be another Atlantic City gambling casino to close in Sept.
Trump Plaza may be another Atlantic City gambling casino to close in Sept.
David Keup - Jul 12, 2014
Trump Entertainment Resorts could shutter Trump Plaza and casino by earliest as Sept. 16.

Obama slams Boehner's proposed lawsuit: 'It's a political stunt'
Obama slams Boehner's proposed lawsuit: 'It's a political stunt'
Aaron Sims - Jul 12, 2014
Speaker Boehner's office outlined the proposed lawsuit on Thursday.

Donald Trump on Rosie O'Donnell's return: 'It'll have a short-term positive impact'
Donald Trump on Rosie O'Donnell's return: 'It'll have a short-term positive impact'
Aaron Sims - Jul 11, 2014
O'Donnell and Trump have long been public enemies.

Conservatives consider Obama's immigration aid request
Conservatives consider Obama's immigration aid request
Anna Jiang - Jul 09, 2014
Republican lawmakers are deliberating the President's multi billion dollar immigration aid request.

Cruz demands investigation of Cochran primary win
Cruz demands investigation of Cochran primary win
Ella Vincent - Jul 08, 2014
The Mississippi Republican senate primary has garnered national attention.

Village in Illinois looking to create medical marijuana cultivation regulations
Village in Illinois looking to create medical marijuana cultivation regulations
David Keup - Jul 06, 2014
Village of Plainfield board of trustees will decide on a proposal to draft an ordinance to amend the zoning code to include regulations for medical marijuana cultivations centers and dispensaries.

Hillary Clinton blasts Hobby Lobby decision; Weekend protests at several locations
Hillary Clinton blasts Hobby Lobby decision; Weekend protests at several locations
Aaron Sims - Jul 05, 2014
Protesters picked Hobby Lobby locations in Kansas and Rhode Island.

Texas may sue government over illegal immigrant children
Texas may sue government over illegal immigrant children
Ella Vincent - Jul 04, 2014
The Texas attorney general may sue for millions in border security.

Mixed reviews last week for U.S. economic indicators and financial markets
David Keup - Jul 20, 2014
Despite U.S. equities climbing last week, financial professionals are anxious about unsustainable levels and see a possible bubble.

Despite geopolitical tensions in the Ukraine and Gaza Strip, U.S. dollar remains steady
David Keup - Jul 19, 2014
Investors are keeping a wary eye on the geopolitical unrest in the Ukraine and the Gaza Strip.

Obama: We will drill for oil on east coast
David Keup - Jul 19, 2014
Announcement applauded by U.S. oil and gas companies and the business world, not by environmentalists.

Congressional Democrats demand to know cost of lawsuit against Obama
Ella Vincent - Jul 17, 2014
Democrats say GOP lawsuit against Obama is frivolous.

Gay marriage given the green light in Florida Keys
Anna Jiang - Jul 17, 2014
Circuit Judge Garcia rules in favor of gay couples in the Florida Keys.

Americans worry about depleted Federal Highway Trust Fund
Anna Jiang - Jul 14, 2014
The House of Representatives will try to strike a deal with the Senate to keep the funding coming.

KKK membership ends careers of two Florida police officers
Ella Vincent - Jul 14, 2014
Two Florida policemen forced to resign after Klan membership is discovered.

Rick Perry and Rand Paul spark Republican party divide
Ella Vincent - Jul 14, 2014
Rand Paul and Rick Perry's dueling op-eds have started an intra-party debate,

Amazon seeking permission to deliver packages via drones
David Keup - Jul 12, 2014
Letter sent to Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) seeks usage of self-guided aircrafts.

Star power: Jennifer Lopez posts out-of-this-world selfie with Michelle Obama
Aaron Sims - Jul 12, 2014
FLOTUS was preparing to address LULAC when the organization learned that Lopez was nearby working on a reality TV show.

US colleges are slacking in their rape investigations
Anna Jiang - Jul 09, 2014
Nearly half of colleges surveyed failed to formally investigate rape cases that were reported.

White House: Illegal immigrant children will be deported
Ella Vincent - Jul 09, 2014
Unaccompanied minor children at U.S. border will be sent back to Central American countries.

Cleveland is site of 2016 Republican National Convention: Will the GOP gain an advantage?
Ella Vincent - Jul 09, 2014
Midwestern city will host GOP convention in two years.

Obama Administration to relocate teachers
Anna Jiang - Jul 07, 2014
Obama Administration attempts to place better teachers in high-poverty schools.

Washington state issues its first licenses for pot stores
Ella Vincent - Jul 07, 2014
Recreational marijuana stores in Washington receive their first licenses to sell the drug.

Hillary Clinton's book falls to second on the New York Times' Best Sellers List
Anna Jiang - Jul 07, 2014
Hillary Clinton's "Hard Choices" is surpassed by a reporter's tell-all book about the Clinton and Obama families.

SunTrust Mortgage agrees to settle after mortgage misrepresentation allegations
David Keup - Jul 05, 2014
SunTrust will pay up to $274 million to thousands of customers who were harmed financially.

Hillary Clinton to critics: Relax, fees have been donated
Aaron Sims - Jul 05, 2014
Clinton will receive $225,000 from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas in October.

Supreme Court blocks contraception mandate for Christian college
Ella Vincent - Jul 04, 2014
The ruling comes soon after the Hobby Lobby decision ending contraception coverage for employees on religious grounds.

Lawmakers urge for Colorado's same-sex marriage ban to be overturned
Anna Jiang - Jul 03, 2014
Five gay lawmakers call out for the same-sex marriage ban in Colorado to be overturned effective immediately.

The Illinois Supreme Court rejects pension reductions
Anna Jiang - Jul 03, 2014
The Illinois Supreme Court ruled that the state constitution clearly protects against reductions in retirement pensions.

Supreme Court rules partial public employees can opt out of union dues
Ella Vincent - Jul 03, 2014
The Supreme Court rules that quasi public workers don't have to pay union dues.

Poll reveals worst president since WWII and it's not George W. Bush
Aaron Sims - Jul 03, 2014
The economy and jobs are the most important issues facing the country today, voters say.

Obama says he has unfinished business with the banking industry
Aaron Sims - Jul 03, 2014
"We have to continue to see how can we rebalance the economy sensibly," President Obama said in a radio interview on Wednesday.

Florida ban on same-sex marriage contested in court
Anna Jiang - Jul 02, 2014
Florida is the latest state to have a ban on same-sex marriage challenged in court.

Obama voices disappointment in Congress
Anna Jiang - Jul 02, 2014
President Obama openly mocked Congress during a speech on Tuesday.

Congress struggles to replenish federal highway budget
Anna Jiang - Jul 02, 2014
Congress decides between three proposals to return money to the Federal Highway Trust Fund.

Michelle Obama: 'There is no crack in our pies'
Aaron Sims - Jul 01, 2014
Michelle gave a straight-faced response a joke told by President Obama on Monday.

House no longer requires lawmakers to report free trips
Ella Vincent - Jul 01, 2014
The House alters reporting of trips.

Supreme Court rules against forced contraception
Anna Jiang - Jun 30, 2014
Supreme Court sides with Conservatives in ruling that allows companies to opt out of covering contraception for employees.

Colorado's Boulder County Clerk now issues same-sex marriage licenses
Anna Jiang - Jun 30, 2014
Boulder County Clerk continues to issue same-sex marriage licenses despite Attorney General's declaration that they are invalid.

Oil prices may spike, due to Iraq civil war
David Keup - Jun 29, 2014
Adi Karev, global head, oil and gas, for Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, believes a production disruption in Iraq will have a lasting impact.

Dow Jones Industrial Average has climbed 1.7 percent for 2014
David Keup - Jun 29, 2014
However, the second half of the year could be marked by nervousness about inflation and uncertainty as to when the Fed might signal more eagerness to raise rates.

John Boehner: We will sue President Obama
Anna Jiang - Jun 29, 2014
President Obama is facing a possible lawsuit from the House over executive authority.

Extramarital-dating site uses Hillary Clinton image on new billboard
Aaron Sims - Jun 28, 2014
Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney have also appeared on a billboard for Ashley Madison.