Brad Blakeman slammed former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort during an appearance on "America's Newsroom" on Thursday.
U.S. State Department spokesperson Marie Harf doubled down on her comments that the strategy against ISIS should include job creation as a long-term solution to defeat the brutal terror army.
While campaigning for fellow Republicans yesterday at the Working for Jobs Rally in Beckley, W.Va, Mitt Romney had some pointed words for President Barack Obama, who Romney said was doing “a good deal worse than even I expected.”
The Environmental Protection Agency will not issue controversial restrictions on power plants fueled by coal until after the midterm elections. The news comes on the heels of a delayed decision on the Keystone XL pipeline. Republicans accuse the White House of playing politics again.
Former George W. Bush advisor Bradley Blakeman sounded off on the Obama administration’s plan to cede control of the Internet domain system during Fox News special, “Surrendering America.”
Emphasizing that word "affordable" in the Affordable Care Act, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) went on the offensive against claims that ObamaCare will lead to Republican victories in the November midterms.
The U.S. government plans to open up the body that manages Internet names and addresses to the global Internet community.
President Obama suggested Tuesday that he'll use more executive actions on economic policy if Congress refuses to take action. " I’ve got a pen, and I’ve got a phone," he warned.
In his Talking Points Memo on Thursday, Bill O’Reilly argued that there’s no way that ObamaCare is going to be defunded, saying, “It’s not going to happen.” He argued that the right’s “futile exercise” would alienate independent Americans.
Fox News correspondent Ed Henry got into a heated exchange Thursday with White House spokesman Jay Carney. Watch the video as Carney promises a "Crossfire" debate.
We're two weeks away from the launch of ObamaCare, and a new Fox News poll shows that many Americans have their concerns and doubts about how the new health care system will operate.
New fallout is surfacing today after Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid made remarks on Friday suggesting that the GOP's opposition to President Obama's policies may be based on his race.