"I have no more campaigns to run," Obama said, adding with a grin, "I know, because I won both of them."
Nasir al-Wuhayshi's name is MIA in Washington, but the AQAP leader is No. 2 in al-Qaeda leadership that hasn't been "decimated."
The Aderholt bill also cuts off funding for 2012 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals; Steve King introduces own bill.
"This administration hasn't done anything on human rights": 17-term congressman talks to PJM about holding candidates accountable in 2016.
Executive order includes Pyongyang arms brokers in Iran, Russia and Syria; chairman argues you've got to cut off the cash.
Hong Kong students see "every battle as possibly the final battle" in fight for democracy, a fervor that can topple authoritarians worldwide.
Obama Begins ‘New Chapter’ with Cuba Policy Changes, But Anti-Castro Lawmakers Vow Embargo Will Stand
Rubio: Obama the "single worst negotiator we have had in the White House in my lifetime."
Brennan: Claim That Detainees Didn’t Provide Valuable Intel After EITs ‘Lacks Any Foundation at All’
CIA director defends agency thrown under the bus, but will Obama throw him under the bus?
"Even if Afghanistan devoted its entire domestic revenue to its security forces, it could cover barely half those costs," says inspector general.
Kirk: "Only worsens perceptions that the administration treats our friends like enemies and our enemies like friends."
The White House threatened to veto such language before, but is faced this time with a bipartisan, bicameral compromise.
Al-Shabaab Vows to Be ‘Ruthless Against Disbelievers’ as U.S. ‘Barely Recognizes’ Christian Eradication in Iraq
A brutal quarry massacre, a Christian community on the run and U.S. assistance that hasn't materialized.
Obama: Post-Ferguson Reforms Won’t Just Be Talk This Time ‘Because the President Is Deeply Invested’
Proposes tightening rules on police getting surplus military equipment, sending Holder out to lead national conversation.
Saudi Arabia sends al-Qaeda fighter to counseling center, wants nine more detainees for rehab project.
GOPs say they need the fine print to have a counterattack plan, while Dems want legislative backup.
Blinken grilled by senators on Iran deal, "JV" ISIS, Israel security, and potential unilateral change in Cuba policy by Obama.
Co-sponsor retorts that ayatollah had the "chilling message" when he outlined this week steps to annihilate Israel.
"The president has gotten very little and he's given away much in the agreement."
"This is not a nation-state you want to get in bed with," Intelligence chairman warns. "If you do that, somebody is not going to get a good night's sleep."
An issue that has barely registered a blip in recent years now has voters paying attention. Will it last?
"The international community needs to stop its hypocrisy and take action against inciters," Netanyahu said.
Holder lays out timetable "so that by early February we'd have a new attorney general," while Earnest defends lame-duck nods.
Lawmakers also contend that the EPA may be running afoul of the Anti-Lobbying Act in drive to regulate all waters with downstream connections.
Despite U.S. trying to develop "alternative livelihoods" for Afghan farmers, opium is winning big.
Intelligence Committee member Nunes, gunning for chairmanship in the next Congress, talks to PJM about White House terror narratives and "al-Qaeda 6.0."