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Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Marco Rubio are running a close race in the latest poll

New Poll Shows Rubio Gaining On Clinton

Five Republican presidential hopefuls are in a dead heat in a crowded 2016 Republican presidential race that remains wide open, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday. Meanwhile, two of the GOP gang are actually making up ground


US Officials: Arrest Of 14 In FIFA Investigation “Just The Beginning”

US officials, on Wednesday, said the arrest of 14 people on corruption charges is just the beginning of their investigation into FIFA


Judge Orders “Rolling Production” Of Clinton Emails

The Federal Judge presiding over the case involving Hillary Clinton’s 55,000 emails from the State Department ruled


Texans Watch An Earthen Dam

The people of one community south of Dallas are carefully monitoring the level of a small lake and hoping the earthen dam that

Kirsten Powers

Kirsten Powers Talks Her New Book, Same Sex Marriage

Fox News contributor and USA Today columnist Kirsten Powers joined Your Wake Up Call Wednesday morning to talk


Obama Takes “Friendly Fire” On ISIS Strategy

President Obama’s strategy to combat ISIS has come under increasing attack. And it hasn’t been just Republicans and foreign foes doing the attacking


Iraq Launches Fight To Take Iraqi Provinces

The fighting in Salaheddin province is aimed at cutting a supply route south into Anbar and liberating the city of Baiji


Death Toll Rises, Search Continues In Multi-State Flood Zone

Against the backdrop of a forecast that calls for more rain, the search has resumed for the missing in areas of Texas and Oklahoma devastated


Florida Senate offers House and Gov. Scott new healthcare options

Senate President Andy Gardiner announced this morning that the Senate was changing its proposal to offer coverage to 800,000 Floridians. The House and Senate have been at odds over coverage and the dispute cut the regular session short and

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee will be among a number of top GOP candidates skipping the Iowa Straw poll

Iowa Straw Poll a curse to the GOP front runners

Washington -The Iowa straw poll – a Republican presidential politics staple since 1979 – is struggling to stay credible as two big-name dropouts fuel speculation the controversial event, this year set for Aug. 8, may be doomed. The event,