House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said Thursday that she "certainly hopes" a ban on "bump stocks" will open the door to additional gun control actions.
President-elect Donald Trump turned his attention this morning to the American airplane maker Boeing, asking whether the cost of the new Air Force One project is getting out of control.
Rush Limbaugh warned on his radio show that the Republican establishment is prepared to support Hillary Clinton in order to maintain power and stop Donald Trump or Ted Cruz from becoming president.
On tonight's Hannity, Fox News Contributor Monica Crowley explained why she believed the GOP establishment is rooting against Ted Cruz and Donald Trump.
Donald Trump took to Twitter this morning to criticize what he sees as unfair coverage by the media of his second-place finish in Iowa.
Donald Trump has responded to a new National Review editorial that is questioning his credibility as a conservative and advising voters not to support his bid for the presidency.
Leading conservatives are trying to persuade other "conservative thinkers" to speak out against Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump.
Tonight on "The Kelly File," Martha MacCallum said there are growing concerns over President Barack Obama's decision to approve the deployment of up to 450 additional U.S. troops to Iraq.
A House Democrat labeled Texas a "crazy state" during an argument with a GOP colleague over ObamaCare.
The exchange came during a Rules Committee meeting on a bill that would repeal the Affordable Care Act.
At a recent event marking the second anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie had strong words for a heckler, which the media has already replayed and criticized dozens of times.
Bob Beckel disagrees with Charles Krauthammer's assessment that President Obama is not doing enough to condemn the violence and rioting in Ferguson, Missouri. Obama spoke yesterday on the situation, sending Attorney General Eric Holder to Ferguson to personally oversee the federal investigation.
The White House said yesterday it is "recalibrating" its strategy on the nomination of Dr. Vivek Murthy to be the next surgeon general. The moves comes after Murthy faced criticism from the NRA and pro-gun rights lawmakers for his calls for stricter gun control measures.