The White House's decision this week to reject a massive defense policy bill -- partly for its restrictions on closing the Guantanamo Bay naval prison in Cuba -- comes as the administration makes a final push to close the facility in the remaining 15 months of President Barack Obama's tenure.
A day after sitting through the 11-hour-long hearing over Hillary Clinton's role during the Benghazi attack, Rep. Adam Schiff has found something to sing about.
Joe Biden may be out of the Presidential race, but his statements this week on the events that led to the death of Osama Bin Laden could change the narrative of that week. As part of a partnership with FactCheck.org, here's a look at his claim and how well it holds up with previous statements from Mr. Biden himself as well as from President Obama.
ISIS-related investigations constitute a majority of the 900 investigations the FBI is conducting nationwide of suspected homegrown violent extremists, a federal law enforcement official said Friday.
There was no mistaking the new confidence pumping through Hillary Clinton's campaign Friday after a banner October.
House Democrats will remain on the select committee investigating the September 11, 2012, attack on the U.S. outpost in Benghazi, Libya, members said Friday, but they still think the panel should disband.
If Rep. Paul Ryan is going to have any success as the next House speaker, it will depend a lot on whether factions often at odds within the House GOP can see eye to eye.
Jeb Bush cutting his campaign salaries is amusing given how much money he has raised -- at least according to his GOP presidential opponent George Pataki, who barely has thousands of dollars in the bank.
AFSCME, the largest trade union of public employees in the United States, endorsed Hillary Clinton for president Friday, according a release from the group provided to CNN.
The Justice Department notified members of Congress on Friday that it is closing its two-year investigation into whether the IRS improperly targeted tea party and other conservative groups.
Andre McGee, the former University of Louisville graduate assistant coach at the center of the Louisville men's basketball sex scandal, has resigned from his assistant coaching position at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, the UMKC Athletics department announced Friday.
If Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic nomination in 2016, the first three weeks of October may be the reason why.
Smugglers on the U.S.-Mexico border have become so sophisticated in moving drugs that one "super tunnel" raided this week featured a railway.
When Kristen and Thomas Hewitt of Baltimore were expecting their first child this year, they went in for a sonogram.