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The President's home state of Illinois could redefine marriage next week. LGBT activists are pushing a gay marriage bill but not without a challenge.
President Obama's speech on national security was met with mixed reaction Friday.
An evening commute turns into a nightmare Thursday for drivers along a major West Coast highway that crosses a bridge in Washington state.
The head of the IRS division that targeted conservative groups has been replaced.
A recent poll shows two thirds of Christians in the United Kingdom believe they are a persecuted minority.
A former abortion doctor is now speaking out against abortion as Congress considers a federal law to ban abortions after 20 weeks.
The president says America will not be involved in a "boundless 'global war on terror,'" but rather a focused hunt for "violent extremists."
The Oklahoma City-based arts-and-crafts chain asked a federal appeals court Thursday for an exemption from part of Obamacare.
A four-hour mini-series depicting life before and during America's Revolutionary War is set to air on the INSP network on Memorial Day.
The American Center for Law & Justice says the Internal Revenue Service is still harassing conservative groups.
British authorities want to know if two men who hacked a British soldier to death outside an army barracks in London Wednesday were part of a wider terror plot.
A growing number of scandals from IRS targeting to the alleged Benghazi cover-up, added to President Obama's inability to work with GOP lawmakers and questions surrounding the future of America's national security, continue to call into question the leadership of the Obama Administration.