VIDEO: See the former CIA director's reaction to questions on Hagel, North Korea.
"The Obama Administration is modeling our regulations after California, which has the worst economy in the nation."
There is something wrong with a police promotional system that rewards so many who go to such great lengths to avoid doing police work.
With so much case study available, you would think advocates could show us more convincing evidence.
Hagel claims new defenses, B-2 runs not a "knee-jerk reaction," but this is the White House that wouldn't put Pyongyang back on the terror list.
Obama is about to carry out his State of the Union "climate change" threat.
Regulators identified the complex and interconnected nature of the numerous rules as the main reason for delay.
Specific recommendations, not grandstanding.
“Many of my friends in college who are gay are also either Republican or libertarian,” said one college student.
Supreme Court hears arguments on Clinton-era statute as Roberts questions Obama and the "courage of his convictions" for enforcing DOMA while calling it invalid.
Appeasing the dictator, 140 characters at a time.
Some form of the Paycheck Fairness Act has been around for 15 years, and it will likely linger on the Hill for much longer.
“I believe that everyone has the right to make their husband as miserable as I do,” read one poster held by a woman.
Justice Kennedy: "The problem with the case is that you're really asking...for us to go into uncharted waters."
The small island nation is the latest victim of the floundering single currency. Also read: Eurozone Chief: Cyprus Bank Account Raids are Just the Beginning
The Islamic Society of North America fills its literature with jihadist organizations and individuals.
Committee chairmen chide Obama: "Blinding ourselves to possible intelligence about terrorism threats does not make them go away."
Five years of the Obama economy render the government's seasonally adjusted numbers virtually worthless.
Louis Bonaparte, Barack Obama: history repeats itself.
For better or for worse? Wrestling with tax credits, penalties, and tough decisions.
How many people will simply throw up their hands and give up trying to deal with the new law? Also read: Stop the Presses: Senate Passes First Budget in Four Years
Take Ghassan Hitto, the U.S. supported rebel leader with ties to jihadists.
Policy makers casting suspicious eyes on the states of mind of service members already was a subplot in the broader debate.