Jarrod Scarbrough and Les Sewell are traveling from New Mexico with their daughter Allegra to participate in Monday's Easter egg roll on the lawn of the White House. And while they're enjoying the event, they hope to lobby President Obama on the issue of gay rights and what they consider to be discrimination in the workplace.
Bella Santorum, who was rushed to a Virginia hospital on Thursday, remains hospitalized. Her father, Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum has canceled his Monday schedule to remain with his 3-year-old daughter.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama rarely, if ever, agree on anything. But they and other top politicos are walking in unison when it comes to the issue of Augusta National Golf Club – the site of this weekend's PGA Masters Tournament – allowing women as members of the exclusive club.
The Santorum campaign on Friday released a statement confirming that GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum and his wife Karen have taken their 3-year-old daughter Bella to the hospital.
The American Legislative Exchange Conference, a non-partisan group of state legislators known for advocating model legislation such as "Stand Your Ground" and voter identification laws, has come under attack by liberal groups who are demanding that corporations withdraw or not renew their sponsorships of the legislative organization.
Conservative Christian leaders who have in past months embraced the conservative message of former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum are now calling for him to consider exiting the GOP race for the White House so that voters can access the qualifications of the Democrat and Republican nominees.
A new poll shows Pennsylvania native Rick Santorum now losing his home state to former Massachusetts governor and GOP front-runner Mitt Romney. In the latest Public Policy Poll in Pennsylvania, Romney is now leading Santorum 42 to 37 percent.
The Obama administration was questioned by the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals Tuesday after the president suggested that he would be perturbed if an "unelected" U.S. Supreme Court was to strike down parts of his health care bill.
Chuck Colson, a noted evangelical leader and leader of Prison Fellowship, is in critical condition after surgery following a brain hemorrhage on Friday.
Mitt Romney picked up another trio of primaries on Tuesday as he moved closer to securing the GOP presidential nomination. Meanwhile, Rick Santorum finds himself in a deeper hole as he tries to overcome Romney's growing list of major endorsements and delegates.
Organized by Obama-supporter the Rev. Jamal Bryant, The Empowerment Movement will aim to register 1 million black voters on Easter Sunday in thousands of African-American churches nationwide. But if their efforts favor a particular candidate or party they could be wading into IRS trouble.
One of the first times Sarah Palin was introduced to the nation as the newly selected vice presidential GOP running mate in 2008 occurred during an interview with Katie Couric. And it didn't go well. Now Palin is going head to head with Couric as competing hosts of morning news shows on Tuesday.
A top donor to President Obama's reelection effort is facing accusations of fraud and impersonating a bank official, creating yet another round of unwanted campaign publicity for the president's reelection efforts.
Over the past few years, Republicans have led the charge in passing marriage laws or constitutional amendments in various states and are batting 31 for 31 in their efforts. Now some are wondering if the GOP is backing away from fighting for traditional marriage.
Former President Jimmy Carter told The Christian Post that he believes Jesus would not approve of abortion with the exception of a few cases. He also criticized the Democratic Party for taking such a strong stance on supporting abortion for all women and encouraged them to soften their language in the party's platform.
The largest financial donor to Newt Gingrich's Winning Our Future Super PAC is now saying that the former speaker's chances of winning the GOP presidential nomination are quickly fading. At the same time, he says Mitt Romney's decision making skills are not bold enough.
Mitt Romney's endorsement list keeps growing longer by the day and now he's added two names that will most certainly move to the top of the list – former President George H.W. Bush and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio.
Democratic strategist James Carville was one of the architects of Bill Clinton's victory in 1992 and has played a key role in party politics for the last 20 years. Now Carville is saying if the U.S. Supreme Court overturns parts of Obamacare, the Democrats may well benefit in the November elections.
The late Andrew Breitbart built a reputation as a hard-charging journalist who was willing to break big stories and not fold under intense pressure. A new chapter in Breitbart's upcoming paperback edition of Righteous Indignation tells how he used his skills to uncover and break the story that led to former Congressman Anthony Weiner's downfall.
Mitt Romney is not only leading in the delegate count but is also amassing endorsements from some of the leading Republicans including former Fla. Gov. Jeb Bush. What could be a sign that many in the Tea Party are soon to follow is that S.C. Sen. Jim DeMint has signaled his possible support as well.
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich confirmed once again on Monday he is in the Republican presidential race to stay, describing front-runner Mitt Romney as "the weakest front-runner in modern times."
Rick Santorum has shown he is a tireless campaigner and is the number one choice of evangelical voters. Now the former Pennsylvania senator is saying he is open to the idea of filling the nation's number two slot if his fellow GOP front-runner secures the party's nomination.
The shooting death of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin has created an outcry over the state's self-defense statute, commonly known as "Stand Your Ground." What is being debated is whether the law could be used as a viable defense in Martin's death.
A Virginia middle school teacher decided to give the Obama campaign a little help by assigning his eighth-grade class the task of digging up dirt on the four Republican candidates seeking their party's nomination.
Media Matters, the liberal watchdog group partially funded by billionaire hedge fund manager George Soros, says it will spend at least $100,000 to run ads in eight cities against conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh.