Cleveland is site of 2016 Republican National Convention: Will the GOP gain an advantage?
Ella Vincent - Jul 09, 2014
Cleveland is site of 2016 Republican National Convention: Will the GOP gain an advantage?
Midwestern city will host GOP convention in two years.
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 - 4 hours ago
O'Donnell and Trump have long been public enemies.
US colleges are slacking in their rape investigations 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.
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.
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.

Obama takes unilateral action on immigration
Obama takes unilateral action on immigration
Ella Vincent - Jul 02, 2014
The president acts in response to new immigration crisis.

Hobby Lobby ruling will not affect small businesses
Hobby Lobby ruling will not affect small businesses
Ella Vincent - Jul 01, 2014
The ruling against employer mandated birth control affects few businesses in the long run,

Lawsuits challenge free speech restrictions of four colleges
Lawsuits challenge free speech restrictions of four colleges
Anna Jiang - Jul 01, 2014
FIRE filed four lawsuits Tuesday against college campus restrictions on free speech.

Gas prices expected to be higher than 2013 Fourth of July weekend
Gas prices expected to be higher than 2013 Fourth of July weekend
David Keup - Jun 28, 2014
Rising crude oil prices have been driving an unseasonably early summer run-up on retail gas prices.

UNLV students to Hillary Clinton: Return hefty $225,000 speaking fee
UNLV students to Hillary Clinton: Return hefty $225,000 speaking fee
Aaron Sims - Jun 28, 2014
In March, Clinton received $300,000 from a private donor to speak at UCLA.

Obama: 'Elements' of U.S. foreign policy impacted by World Cup
Obama: 'Elements' of U.S. foreign policy impacted by World Cup
Aaron Sims - Jun 27, 2014
The U.S. lost to Germany on Thursday, but will still advance into the knockout round.

Bill Clinton: We were 'dead broke' when we left the White House
Bill Clinton: We were 'dead broke' when we left the White House
Ella Vincent - Jun 25, 2014
Bill Clinton insists that Hilary's comments about not having money after leaving office are accurate.

Obama assigns task force to save U.S. honey bees
Obama assigns task force to save U.S. honey bees
Dawn Anderson - Jun 24, 2014

Obama touts progressive policies at family summit
Obama touts progressive policies at family summit
Ella Vincent - Jun 24, 2014
The president addresses the work-life balance in a Working Families summit.

Mitch Daniels to Congress: It's time to put a man on Mars
Mitch Daniels to Congress: It's time to put a man on Mars
Dawn Anderson - Jun 23, 2014
The Indiana Republican will call on Congress to fund a mission to Mars.

U.S. housing recovery beginning to falter, according to industry experts
U.S. housing recovery beginning to falter, according to industry experts
David Keup - Jun 22, 2014
Stagnant U.S. household incomes and lack of credit to blame.

U.S. stock market hits record highs last week: Will the trend continue?
U.S. stock market hits record highs last week: Will the trend continue?
David Keup - Jun 22, 2014
A variety of factors will determine how the upcoming week will pan out.

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.

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.

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.

No-fly list deprives travelers of constitutional rights, federal judge rules
Ella Vincent - Jun 24, 2014
The U.S. 'No-Fly' list is found unconstitutional after a lawsuit challenging the list.

Environmental crime a multibillion-dollar business for terrorists, militants
Dawn Anderson - Jun 24, 2014
Wildlife-related trade alone accounts for $20 billion in criminal profits.

U.S. mayors unanimously pass climate change resolution
Dawn Anderson - Jun 23, 2014
Dallas gathering sought to encourage innovation in addressing environmental and climate change concerns.

Hillary Clinton says she and Bill aren't like the 'truly well off'
Aaron Sims - Jun 23, 2014
Her husband, former President Bill Clinton, has earned millions of dollars in speaking fees since leaving the White House.

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney gives final briefing
Anna Jiang - Jun 19, 2014
White House press secretary give final briefing after five-and-a-half years of work.

Dr. Oz scolded by Senate for touting 'miracle' weight loss products
Anna Jiang - Jun 19, 2014
Dr. Oz, self-declared cheerleader of weight-loss aids, to tone down his language.

Benghazi attack mastermind will face U.S. trial: Obama
Ella Vincent - Jun 18, 2014
A Libyan militia leader was allegedly behind the 2012 fatal U.S. embassy attack.

Report: Gun control group marches across Brooklyn Bridge
Aaron Sims - Jun 14, 2014
Saturday's protest was reportedly funded by former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

Wisconsin judge halts gay marriages
Aaron Sims - Jun 14, 2014
The Badger state is one of 13 states with same-sex marriages cases pending before appeals courts.

Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel defends Bergdahl's release
Anna Jiang - Jun 13, 2014
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel answers hard hitting questions from Congress on the Taliban swap.

Obama eases to eliminate student loan debt
Ella Vincent - Jun 12, 2014
Program will expand student loan debt forgiveness.

California teacher tenure laws ruled unconstitutional
Ella Vincent - Jun 11, 2014
Job protection no longer guaranteed for California teachers.

Is the Obama adminstration preparing to go after General Motors?
David Keup - Jun 07, 2014
U.S. Justice Department is investigating GM's conduct and may bring criminal charges.

Hillary Clinton pokes fun at Karl Rove for brain damage remark
Aaron Sims - Jun 07, 2014
Will Clinton run for president?

Utah appeals to delay recognition of gay marriages
Ella Vincent - Jun 06, 2014
Western state appealing ruling that overturned gay marriage ban.

Last WWII Navajo Code Talker dies at 93
Brian Gilbert - Jun 05, 2014
In 2001, the surviving Navajo Code Talkers received a Congressional Gold Medal for their service.