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A bill that would cut off federal funding to adoption and foster care agencies that discriminate against gay and lesbian couples seeking to parent is making its way to Congress again with bipartisan support.
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Foreigners leaving the country through any of the nation's 30 busiest airports would undergo mandatory fingerprinting under an amendment senators added Monday to a sweeping immigration bill.
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The Justice Department obtained a portfolio of information about a Fox News correspondent's conversations and visits as part of an investigation into a possible leak, The Washington Post reported Monday -- in the latest example of the government seizing records of journalists.
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As reported by Univision , Silicon Valley executives and their companies are applying pressure to Congress to increase the number of visas for highly-skilled immigrant workers.
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A political group backed by Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is coming to the aid of New Hampshire Sen.
Since his emergence as a national political figure, Barack Obama has managed to deflect accusations of wrongdoing and impropriety with ease.
U.S. President Barack Obama delivers remarks on jobs during a visit to Manor New Technology High School in Austin, Texas May 9, 2013.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott, who has made job creation his top priority since coming into office, has rejected a proposed deal to bring major Internet retailer Amazon to the state.
They say the IRS acknowledgement that it had targeted their groups for extra scrutiny - a claim that tea party activists had made for years - is helping pump new energy into the coalition.
Charlie Crist, Florida's once governor, posted a note earlier this month on his Facebook page congratulating two states for legalizing gay marriage.
Sen. Marco Rubio's efforts to reform immigration may be drawing skepticism from many conservatives.
That's the vow President Barack Obama and congressional leaders are making in the wake of the IRS tea-party targeting sandal.
It's been a long slog already for the bipartisan immigration overhaul proposed by the Senate's Gang of Eight.
Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume warned Friday that the "Gang of Eight" efforts to pass immigration reform could be in trouble not only in the Republican-controlled House of Representatives, but also in the Democratic-controlled Senate as well.
Both sides of the political aisle have made a major issue out of the problem of the 11 million people inside the US illegally or presently undocumented.
Among the few who seem to grasp that the coming amnesty could be literally the worst thing that ever happened to America, we can count Ann Coulter : The Heritage Foundation recently issued a comprehensive report showing that Sen.