The political season so far has been dominated my debates and free video ads aired on YouTube. But many of those YouTube videos contain out-of-context statements or outright inaccuracies that are going unchallenged.
Newt Gingrich, newly minted as the front-runner for the GOP presidential nomination shined and surprised in the debate Tuesday night. But other candidates and topics also led to surprises.
Congressional leaders have once again found an area where they can agree: french fries and pizza should still be considered vegetables on school lunch menus.
As China seeks to assert itself in Asia, President Barack Obama visited Australia to announce deeper ties between the nations' militaries, including a new Marine base for the United States. The move was seen as a counter-balance against China's growing presence.
With the first contents of the Republican presidential primaries approaching, a new name has poped up as the most likely to challenge Mitt Romney, and it's not a new name. Newt Gingrish is polling tied with Romney and last month's media darling, Herman Cain, is falling in the polls.
With a mandate to implement $1.2 trillion in budget cuts or new revenue by next Wednesday, signs are emerging that the Congressional Super Committee may try to punt its responsibility to other committees.
The U.S. Supreme Court today announced it would consider whether President Barack Obama's healthcare legislation is constitutional — and they've booked 5.5 hours for the discussion in the spring.
As the deadline nears for the debt reduction super committee to reach agreement on deficit reduction, some Republicans for the first time are allowing for the idea of using some tax increases to close the gap.
After years of waiting, the end is near for a lawsuit against the federal government over racism in USDA programs. Black farmers are eligible to receive settlements from a $1.25 billion fund.
President Barack Obama used his executive authority this week to make it easier for those struggling under student loans to make payments.