Queue 'Headlines'

  • Scott Wong, The Hill

    Rep. Candace Miller's retirement opens up a Republican-leaning district in suburban Detroit — Mitt Romney won 55 percent of the vote in the district in 2012. State Rep. Todd Courser, a Tea Party favorite, could be interested in the seat.

  • Neil Munro, The Daily Caller

    President Barack Obama’s November amnesty will give $1.7 billion in taxpayers’ cash to illegal aliens, according to a congressional study.

  • Burgess Everett & Manu Raju, POLITICO

    Mitch McConnell is postponing a vote on the Senate’s Iran legislation in the face of an expected Democratic filibuster. The Senate majority leader has decided to delay a Tuesday vote on legislation that would allow Congress to approve or reject any nuclear agreement that global powers reach to scale back Iran’s nuclear ambitions.

  • Richard Spencer, The (UK) Telegraph

    Saudi Arabia became the second key American ally in the Middle East to demand President Barack Obama change tack towards Iran on Thursday, as it called for US-led coalition "boots on the ground" because outside Kurdish areas the offensive against ISIS is heavily influenced by Iran and its proxy Shia militias such as Hizbollah.

  • Paul Mulshine, The (NJ) Star Ledger

    Walker and Bush are occupying the space Christie was supposed to occupy - the reforming Republican governor who could get mainstream support and money.

  • Kevin Derby, Sunshine State News

    A new poll shows Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is running in a dead heat with former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush in the Sunshine State as the 2016 presidential race looms.

  • Andrew Malcolm, IBD

    Bush's bundlers are asking rich folks to please, please do not donate a million dollars -- yet. 

  • David Weigel, Bloomberg

    Usually snarky liberal David Weigel posts an interesting article claiming the fact that King v. Burwell made it to the Supreme Court is a triumph for years of libertarian organizing, thinking, and suing, in Washington and in schools across America.

  • CQ Roll Call

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel delivered a speech at a joint meeting of Congress on Tuesday, outlining his case for a tougher strategy in a nuclear deal with Iran.

  • Greg Botelho, CNN

    New York Mayor Bill de Blasio announced there will be no class for Eid al-Adha, also known as the Festival of Sacrifice, starting next September 24. Another Muslim holiday, Eid al-Fitr -- a festival marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan -- will become a holiday for those in summer school starting in 2016.

  • Reuters

    The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits last week rose to its highest level since May, which could raise concerns about some weakness in the labor market. Other data on Thursday showed nonfarm productivity contracted more sharply than previously thought in the fourth quarter as output failed to keep up with a jump in hours.

  • Kyle Whitmire, AL.com

    "As it has done for approximately two centuries, Alabama law allows for 'marriage' between only one man and one woman," the order said. "Alabama probate judges have a ministerial duty not to issue any marriage license contrary to this law. Nothing in the United States Constitution alters or overrides this duty."

  • Pete Kasperowicz, The Blaze

    The Republican establishment admitted defeat after a month-long effort to defund President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration, and passed a Department of Homeland Security funding bill that leaves Obama’s plan intact. The vote came after dozens of House Republicans fought to the bitter end to reject the “clean” DHS bill, in an effort to oppose what they see as an unconstitutional action from Obama. The House passed the bill 257-167, and sending it to the White House for Obama’s signature into law.

  • By Richard Manning, Special to Fox News

    The big reveal in Boehner's cave-in is that the entire anti-Executive Amnesty play in the House was nothing more than theatrics led by a leadership team that not only never had any strategy for victory, but through their actions showed that they never even wanted to win.

  • Ryan Ellis, Forbes

    The 2016 presidential race is barely underway, and one of the early controversies surrounds former Florida governor Jeb Bush’s refusal to sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge. "The Pledge” is a commitment made–in writing–to the American people that, if the signer is elected president, he won’t support any net tax increase, and there's no "read my lips" provision in it.