Published May 21, 2013
With the furor on the Hill over Washington's favorite past-time -- scandal -- it's easy to forget that lawmakers have some important business to confront.
Published May 14, 2013
The founder of a conservative group in Tennessee said Tuesday that an IRS agent in Cincinnati told him in late 2011 that their "superiors" were providing guidance on how to screen Tea Party and other organizations -- an account that appears to contradict claims that the practice was limited to low-level staffers in Ohio.
Published May 02, 2013
President Obama's nominee for Commerce secretary was embroiled in a massive bank failure more than a decade ago, in a collapse that cost depositors and federal insurers millions of dollars.
Published April 19, 2013
The Boston bombing suspect who is the subject of a massive manhunt reached out to a Massachusetts professor two years ago for help on research "rediscovering his Chechen origins," the professor told FoxNews.com Friday.
Published March 28, 2013
A former mayoral candidate is running into heated criticism from Democrats after he launched a program this week to hand out free shotguns in high-crime neighborhoods of Tucson.
Published March 19, 2013
Senate Democrats' budget plan is coming under increasing criticism from Republicans who say it effectively pats itself on the back twice for savings that were only achieved once -- and even then, promises another $7.3 trillion in debt over the next decade.
Published March 15, 2013
The State Department ducked a hearing Friday that will focus on the case of imprisoned American pastor Saeed Abedini, just days after the leading U.S. representative to the U.N. Human Rights Council declined to specifically address the pastor’s case during a meeting on Iran’s human rights record.
Published March 11, 2013
Lawmakers looking to more tightly regulate firearms in the wake of the Newtown shooting and other massacres are moving at the state and federal levels to introduce new taxes on firearms and ammunition.
Published March 09, 2013
A U.S. park ranger told FoxNews.com that supervisors within the National Park Service (NPS) overruled plans to deal with the budget cuts that would have had minimal impact on the public. Instead, the source said, park staff were told to cancel special events and cut "interpretation services" -- the talks, tours and other education services provided by local park rangers.
Published March 07, 2013
An Ohio judge ruled Thursday that a Cincinnati-area community's speed cameras violate drivers' rights under the state constitution, in what attorneys on the case called a first-ever ruling against the ubiquitous enforcement tool.