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By Joseph Curl, Washington Times For all the talk of a deep Republican bench for 2016, a lot of the faces in the early game are the same.
By Shane Harris and James Kirchick, The Daily Beast Before he was released from a U.S. maximum-security prison last week, a confessed al Qaeda sleeper agent was offered up in a potential prisoner swap that would have freed two Americans held abroad.
Fox News Insider Fox Business Network debuts a new primetime lineup Monday, January 26, including the premieres of two exciting new shows you won't want to miss.
By Associated Press New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has taken his firmest step yet toward running for president, launching an organization that allows him to raise money for a potential 2016 campaign.
By Associated Press WASHINGTON — A device, possibly an unmanned aerial drone, was found on the White House grounds during the middle of the night while President Barack Obama and the first lady were in India, but his spokesman said Monday that it posed no threat.
Watch the latest video at FoxNews.com FOX NEWS INSIDER - Looks like there's a new contender for the title of "Cutest Video on the Internet." A heartwarming YouTube clip shows two 9-month-old twins laughing hysterically while playing a game of peekaboo with a curtain, and their unadulterated joy is infectious.
Watch the latest video at FoxNews.com By John Fund, National Review The Iowa Freedom Summit this weekend became a major event, with 1,500 voters and 200 journalists crammed into an old theater near downtown Des Moines.
By Justin Green, Washington Examiner Potential 2016 GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina took a major swipe Saturday at Hillary Clinton during a speech at the Iowa Freedom Summit.
Watch the latest video at FoxNews.com Fox News The Obama administration reportedly is fuming over Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s plans to address Congress in March regarding the Iranian threat, with one unnamed official telling an Israeli newspaper he will pay “a price” for the snub. House Speaker John Boehner invited Netanyahu -- and the Israeli leader accepted – without any involvement from the White House.
Welcome to the first edition of “Musings of an Average Joe.” This week, our Average Joe takes on President Obama’s sixth – and his next-to-last – State of the Union address: By Joe Bilello, Fox News The Extinction of Rebekah Following the initial fluff that began the State of the Union address where President Obama attempted to convince the American people, with a straight face, that our nation is on the right path under his watch, the President regaled us with the inspirational story of Rebekah and Ben Erler of Minneapolis, Minn.
By Michael A. Fletcher, Washington Post African Americans for decades flocked to Prince George’s County to be part of a phenomenon that has been rare in American history: a community that grew more upscale as it became more black.
By Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller Former Vice President Al Gore and former Mexican President Felipe Calderon are pushing for $90 trillion in spending to ban cars from every major city in the world and make them more dense.
Newsbusters Whatever his intention, President Barack Obama revealed to a crowd at Boise State on Wednesday his belief that there is one conservative station in the TV news world, and many liberal stations.
By Erin Dooley, ABC News Citing a “long-standing practice” that precludes American presidents from meeting with heads of state on the eve of their elections, the White House announced this week President Obama has declined to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu when he comes to Washington in March to advocate for new sanctions against Iran.
By Paige Winfield Cunningham, Washington Examiner It’s doubtful whether any of the bills targeting Obamacare that Republicans are advancing will ever become law, since Obama has threatened to veto them.
By Cameron Joseph, The Hill DES MOINES, Iowa — Scott Walker’s stock is soaring after a triumphant return to Iowa.
By Susan Edelman, NY Post Sheldon Silver has perverted the courts as well as the Capitol. His law firm, Weitz & Luxenberg, gets its asbestos cases — and paydays — moved more quickly than those of other attorneys, and reaps a fortune from favorable rulings by friendly judges, charge lawyers and tort-reform advocates.
Newsmax The robust Christian right in early-voting Iowa plays an outsize role in helping determine the Republican presidential nominee, a political reality not lost on the parade of would-be 2016 candidates trying to draw attention at a Saturday gathering of social conservatives.
Tomorrow's Sunday School (1) What Would Jesus Do? Oh, I know what he'd do -- hide on top of a roof and shoot people in the back!