The summer has been rife with speculation on what kind of presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton would be—if she even decides to run—in 2016. So much so, that it seems like some may have already forgotten about the person who still holds that office (who, keep in mind, was reelected just 10 months ago).President Obama stole back the spotlight Monday night, when the White House announced the newest member of the presidential family: a one-year-old Portuguese water dog pup named Sunny. Sunny joins Bo, the dog of the same breed that the Obamas adopted shortly after the 2008 election.
Obama's Bo, Bush's Barney, and Nixon's Checkers-- these are just a few of the fluffier political animals that have spent their time in the White House.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — A Senate aide says the Obama administration has halted military aid to Egypt.
Scientists from the world's premier climate-change research panel are preparing to once again promise the world that they believe—in fact, they're really pretty sure—that human beings are causing global warming.
Iran on Tuesday said its new president may eliminate a conservative national-security body's role in representing the country in multilateral negotiations over Tehran's contested atomic activities, Reuters reported.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Sen. Lamar Alexander's efforts to ward off a primary challenge from the right fell short Tuesday with Tennessee state Rep. Joe Carr's announcement that he will mount a tea party challenge for the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate.
The document drip in the IRS probe continued on Tuesday, with top congressional Democrats releasing new information that they said definitively shows the tax agency applied heightened scrutiny to both progressive and conservative groups.