WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal appeals court has ruled that White House visitor logs for the president and most of the White House staff are not public information.
On Connecticut Public Broadcasting, Managing Editor Lori Robertson fact-checks President Obama’s claim that all of the currently uninsured would be able to get insurance on the exchanges “at a significantly [...]
Top diplomat promises U.S. not making Iraq-style mistakes
WASHINGTON (AP) — House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi says she doesn't wish to be speaker again.
John Kerry repeated one phrase over and over and over again Friday during his stern statement accusing the Assad regime of carrying out a chemical-weapons attack in a Damascus suburb last week: "We know …"
WASHINGTON (AP) — House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi says she doesn't wish to be Speaker again.
Republican Rep. Robert Pittenger is misleading his constituents by saying that he will decline the health insurance offered to members of Congress next year because it includes a "special subsidy" from the president that "exempted" Congress from the Affordable Care Act.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Faced with a potentially serious primary challenger, Tennessee Sen. Lamar Alexander was not about to sit back and wait.
In Nevada, some 7,300 miles from Damascus, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid got an update on the administration's position on the Syrian conflict this afternoon.
WASHINGTON (AP) — It's an unusual twist for Washington these days: There's money left over from a $680 million settlement the federal government awarded American Indian farmers in 2010 after decades of discrimination.
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Half of all Americans want President Obama to launch a missile strike on Syria, but nearly 80 percent want him to get congressional approval first, according to an NBC News poll.
The Obama administration had advanced warning of possible chemical attacks by the Assad regime in the last year but was able to forestall such an outcome through diplomatic efforts.