The last noted conversation between President Obama and President Yanukovych happened nearly two years ago.
Plus the LAPD's mistakes in judgement that almost cost two innocent women their lives.
A sinister trend breaks into the limelight.
Obamacare: a law so officially settled, it's inscribed in solid Play-Doh.
“The unemployment rate is still well above levels... consistent with maximum sustainable employment,” new Fed chair tells Congress.
Humans suffer much more during extreme winters than hot summers.
Rep. Nunes calls it "ludicrous," considering the state's drought-resistant irrigation system is neutered by "excessive regulations and lawsuits by environmental extremists."
Deputy Attorney General James Cole said that everyone he has spoken with in the Justice Department is “comfortable with the legal basis” of the program.
Democrats are doing a full-court PR blitz on Republicans' block of a three-month extension.
Homeland Security tells Congress that weather also diverts resources away from counterterrorism.
Yet UN recommends another $147B be spent on warming.
More then 6,800 terrorist attacks killed more than 11,000 people in 2012, making it the most active year of terrorism on record.
Senate then approves the hike along party lines.
"There's only one solution. John Boehner must be replaced as Speaker of the House," Senate Conservatives Fund tells supporters.
Rule could go into effect as soon as the end of the month despite a record 23,000 public comments the agency needs to process.
But no movement on individual mandate as questions loom about whether the IRS is even ready to enforce the penalties.
Game plan has an election-year component, not just a test of trust.
Report says only 2 percent of protected species have been recovered thanks to the law at a cost of billions of dollars.
A century of political warfare, as viewed through a pint glass, darkly.
Contrary to what Obama said, the scandal “is not just a boneheaded bunch of bureaucrats in some remote office,” witness tells committee.
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Senator suggested Republicans should decide if they are going to “go bold” on fiscal issues or become “Democrat light.”