Published July 13, 2011
Members of a 9/11 survivors group will likely not be allowed to attend the 10th anniversary ceremony at Ground Zero due to space limitations, a spokeswoman for New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg told FoxNews.com.
Published July 09, 2011
Responding to a growing controversy, an Iowa-based conservative group has removed a passage in a marriage pact signed by two GOP presidential candidates Michele Bachmann and Rick Santorum that suggested black families were in better shape during slavery.
Published July 09, 2011
Republican presidential candidate Michelle Bachmann is standing firm behind a pledge she signed Thursday that promotes marriage and social conservative values, but includes a passage that suggests black families were in better shape during slavery.
Published July 08, 2011
Six months after the nation's leaders called for a more civil discourse following the mass shooting tragedy in Arizona, politicians in both parties have struggled to avoid using violent or overheated rhetoric.
Published July 05, 2011
The White House on Tuesday sharply disputed a report that uses data from President Obama's economic advisers to claim that the jobs created or saved by the Recovery Act cost taxpayers $278,000 each.
Published June 29, 2011
When it comes to bad boss stories, the AFL-CIO wants to hear all about them -- hosting a contest in which the most abused worker wins a weeklong vacation. The only limitation to entering -- contestants can't be employees of the AFL-CIO.
Published June 16, 2011
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell is pushing the Obama administration to send two Iraqis facing a civilian trial on terrorism charges in Kentucky to the military prison at Guantanamo Bay.
Published June 11, 2011
With Washington D.C.'s local government staggering under the weight of one scandal after the next, fears are growing that the nation's capital has returned to the politically embarrassing Marion Barry era that was marked by the former mayor being sent to prison for six months after getting caught smoking crack in a hotel room.
Published June 08, 2011
Under GOP pressure, the Federal Communications Commission has agreed to strike from its books an outdated yet still controversial regulation of political speech on the airwaves known as the Fairness Doctrine.
Published June 07, 2011
Texas Gov. Rick Perry's latest call for a day of prayer is being met by a chorus of boos from critics who say the potential presidential candidate is showing favoritism toward Christianity and violating the separation of church and state.