Democrats and Republicans quickly split on a divisive figure
The bill also funds the U.S. government through November
“One cannot win the war with blankets,” says the Ukrainian president
We need to repeal the authorization of force against Iraq
Despite fewer women running for office in 2014
President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden are reportedly lobbying lawmakers for funds to arm and train Syrian rebels in fight against ISIS
President Obama laid out his ISIS strategy to top congressional leaders
Zach Dasher's wife writes of overcoming her anxiety about a political life with prayer and faith in God.
The Phoenix-area Chavez, however, is really a former Republican who switched parties and changed his name
The embattled secretary for Veterans Affairs has faced mounting calls for his resignation
Could it have been an attempted self-immolation in the heart of Beijing, just as the Communist Party's top brass were listing to one of the Premier's key...
Family members joined the lawmakers on 40 percent of the trips paid for by special interest groups
The 32-year-old activist is running for state Senate instead
The Democrat will challenge Republican Renee Ellmers in North Carolina's 2nd District
Hours after Rep. Henry Waxman (D-CA) announced on Thursday that he was retiring after four decades on the Hill, Sandra Fluke announced that she is “strongly...
Obama hails the resilience of an Army Ranger
A mixed performance from the political scion who will head his party's next election campaign
The BJP's Narendra Modi, running for PM in polls this year, spells out his vision for India
What a humbling exercise.
Citing health and other concerns, 'Dr. No' says no more