Missouri congresswoman on how she would fix Social Security
Most people don't think twice about the gender printed on their driver's license. But those "M'' or "F'' markers — and the legal and administrative prerequisites for...
Immigration attorney on the immigration bill latest
Liz Claman reports the IMF is worried about the U.S. budget cuts, and how it will affect the economic recovery.
Since the Iranian Revolution in 1979, elections in Iran are a symbolic game. Unlike the government advertisements, or propaganda, showing old footage of Iranians at ...
A bipartisan group of lawmakers has asked the Veterans Affairs Department to offer credit monitoring to veterans and dependents in its computer records.That's becaus...
What better way to make sure dad stays healthy?
War drums drown out scandalmania and what will the Immigration Bill look like when it arrives in the House?
More transparency needed in Washington?
The top Republican crafting the Senate's sweeping immigration-reform legislation acknowledged Sunday the bill still has flaws, while a fellow GOP senator said their ...
Social Security Works Co-Director Nancy Altman and Cato Institute’s Dan Mitchell on the future of Social Security .
FBN's Rich Edson breaks down the details of the Social Security and Medicare Trustees Report.
FBN’s Rich Edson reports that after 2033, Social Security will only be able to pay three-quarters of its promised benefits.
Former Federal Prosecutor Doug Burns on 7-Eleven franchise owners who allegedly paid their illegal immigrant employees for a fraction of the hours they worked.
Fox News contributor Bo Dietl on why we need to examine disability payments.
Creator of the Laffer Curve and former Reagan Economic Adviser Art Laffer argue immigration reform is necessary because of the massive contributions illegals have on the economy.
Lawmakers may cut funding to embattled agency tasked with enforcing president's health care law because of mounting controversies
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that states cannot on their own require would-be voters to prove they are U.S. citizens before using a federal registration system des...
Rich Edson reports that a new company wants Americans to toss paper cards in favor of plastic cards with chips installed.
Former engineer's claims sparked several lawsuits charging invasion of privacy