Administration fighting to undercut Group of Eight's agreement that securing the border must come before legalization.
Shuffle sees close friend with little domestic experience becoming chief of staff, and Jarrett sticking close to "stomp out fires."
The man who uncovered the Al-Dura video fraud is still being tried for defamation.
Boehner says of the retread State of the Union address: "The president appears to have chosen a go-it-alone approach to pursue his liberal agenda."
With the cuts looming on March 1, expect Obama to talk sequestration tonight. That doesn't mean anyone has a solution.
Senator Cruz requested a statement from expert Clayton Cramer to be discussed at Tuesday's committee meeting.
Playing half the government against the other half is the only thing keeping its power in check.
The Nuge is dropping in for Obama's big night as POTUS waxes on job creation like Kevin Kline in Dave.
In order to form a more perfect union of vodka and vermouth.
Backlash to the free-speech implications of SOPA was huge, but that doesn't mean it's gone for good.
Putin continues his attempt to rehabilitate the monster's image.
Secretary Steven Chu’s replacement needs a practical approach to climate change and energy.
The number of returning veterans afflicted with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder has reached crisis proportions.
Charges against al-Nashiri have been dropped once before, and the prosecution based its request for a competency review on pretty standard Gitmo complaining.
The Assad regime could now be considered just another competitor for power.
Stay conservative, my friends.
Who gets those coveted briefing room seats? Who gets called on by the president at a presser? And who gaggled the most?
Meet John Brennan's kinder, gentler CIA, where foreign partners do the interrogation dirty work and Americans are "pleased" with drone discipline.
And no follow-up communication from the White House as the attack raged on that night.
The Kirchner government has decided to whitewash Iranian terrorism. (You can read this article in Spanish here.)
The only open question: How badly would the Garden State Grandstander under-perform Mitt Romney?
"I hope no one uses the term illegal immigrants here," Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) said at the outset of a Judiciary Committee hearing.