Bobby Jindal

Jindal Cuts Off Planned Parenthood

'This is not an organization that is worthy of receiving public assistance from the state'

Republican presidential contender and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal cut off the state flow of taxpayer dollars to Planned Parenthood on Monday in the wake of undercover videos outlining the alleged sale of baby body parts.

Arming Ukraine: Where the 2016 Hopefuls Stand

Most GOP hopefuls support lethal aid, while Clinton’s position is unclear

Fighting continues in eastern Ukraine despite a ceasefire agreement reached earlier this month by European negotiators. While Russian-backed separatists began to pull back some heavy weapons from the front lines on Tuesday as part of the deal, Ukraine says the rebels are still initiating attacks. Ukrainian forces retreated from the strategic rail hub Debaltseve last week under an onslaught from the separatists—who were bolstered by Russian troops and advanced weaponry, Western officials said—and residents now fear that the rebels could launch further attacks on the eastern cities of Mariupol and Kharkiv.

2016 GOP Hopefuls Call For Boost in Defense Spending

Party returns to hawkish roots as some disputes linger

Potential Republican presidential candidates in 2016 have all endorsed a more robust defense budget in recent days in a more hawkish turn for the party, but differences still linger on how to address some world crises.

Bobby Jindal Slams Obama’s Foreign Policy

Calls for defense spending increase, increased pressure on Iran

Bobby JindalLouisiana Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal criticized President Obama and called for increased defense spending in a Monday speech at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C.

Jindal Sues Obama Admin Over Common Core

Bobby Jindal filed a lawsuit against the Obama administration over Common Core Wednesday, arguing that the government's role in pushing the standards on states threatened states' rights and abused federal funds.

Judge Sides with Louisiana in Voucher Case

Jindal: ‘Win for children and their parents’

A federal court has rejected attempts by the Justice Department to scrap Louisiana’s school choice program, ending a months-long battle between the state and the Obama administration.

Holder Claims DOJ Never Sought to End Louisiana Voucher Program

Lawsuit: ‘The U.S. asks this Court to permanently enjoin the State of Louisiana from awarding any school vouchers’

Attorney General Eric Holder testified on Friday that the Justice Department (DOJ) never intended to stop the Louisiana school voucher program, despite his agency’s lawsuit that requested a permanent injunction against school choice scholarships.

DOJ Continues Pursuit of Federal Oversight Over Louisiana Voucher Program

Jindal: Obama administration ‘more interested in skin color than in education’

The Justice Department (DOJ) and Louisiana filed separate proposals for information sharing on the state’s school voucher program Tuesday evening, as the Obama administration continues to seek federal approval of each scholarship awarded to a child fleeing a failing school.