Convicted Ex-New Orleans Mayor Files Appeal Notice
Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin has filed a formal notice of appeal in the corruption case that resulted in a guilty verdict on 20 criminal counts and a prison sentence of 10 years. The appeal will be considered by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
This Former Athlete's Opening Statement Will Blow You Away
Student athletes get a lot of attention, but it is important to ask what they actually need. Myron Rolle, a former college football player, delivers an opening statement before the Senate Commerce Committee hearing on College Athletes and Academics.
GQ+A & Victor Cruz: The Importance Of The Right Fit
If there is one thing Victor Cruz has learned about great style, it’s that your tailor is as important as your barber. Victor Cruz and his personal stylist talk with Michael Hainey about getting the right fit
Katrina Pierson on Wendy Davis: 'The Democrat Party Sure Knows How To Pick 'Em'
Katrina Pierson (R-TX) Candidate for U.S. Congress, joins Fox & Friends Weekend to discuss her take over the blurred lines of detail reality on the Texas State Senator, Wendy Davis bio with FNC's Tucker Carlson.
Former Obama Aide Denies He Weighed Dropping Biden
A new book asserts the idea of replacing Vice President Joe Biden with Hillary Rodham Clinton was floated in President Barack Obama's 2012 re-election campaign, but the former White House chief of staff denies it.
Another of President Obama’s choices to fill a vacancy on a powerful appeals court was blocked by a filibuster as Senate Republicans stalled another White House nominee — the third in two weeks — and deepened a festering conflict with Democrats over presidential appointments. By a vote of 56 to 41, the nomination of Cornelia T. L. Pillard, a Georgetown law professor, fell short of clearing the necessary 60-vote threshold.