Congress members chime in with punitive measures while House Intelligence chairman warns that Russia has gained control of the Crimean peninsula.
Kerry: Russia Actually ‘Concerned’ About Pro-Russia Takeovers, ‘Previously Scheduled’ Military Buildup
And the mark of an illegitimate leader? The fact that Yanukovych hasn't returned Biden's latest phone call.
OMB says bill "could prevent the IRS from administering the tax code more effectively" when it comes to previously targeted groups.
Hagel says plan follows Obama's drawdown and realignment aims for a "modern" force that's ready for one war at a time.
"Almost every time the vice president was calling, it was a moment of decisive choice for President Yanukovych," an administration official said of Biden's nine calls since November.
Ruling on lawsuit that gives the administration an excuse to delay decision comes just weeks after pipeline's positive environmental review.
The last noted conversation between President Obama and President Yanukovych happened nearly two years ago.
Rep. Nunes calls it "ludicrous," considering the state's drought-resistant irrigation system is neutered by "excessive regulations and lawsuits by environmental extremists."
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.
GOPs press for sanctions vote, Menendez vows to "not yield" on his bill, and Paul presses Obama on his constitutional authority to repeal sanctions law.
Step in Obama's Climate Action Plan, without a price tag, will assess risks and then tell landowners "this is how you need to manage."
Claim That Iran Sanctions Are Like a Spigot Doesn’t Hold Water Under Questioning of Treasury Official
Negotiator grilled on more of what the nuke deal doesn't address as lawmakers lash out at White House for bullying the legislative branch.
Law includes a powerful disincentive for victims trying to leave abusive marriages; it's been nearly two years since Treasury said it would fix the problem.
Red-line reckoning as Syria has disposed of just a tad of its chemical weapons; Kerry expects Russia to help.
"When we find ourselves offending others by the use of sectarian prayers, that has a significant negative impact upon good order, discipline, and unit cohesion," former chaplain testifies.
"Absent 100 percent cooperation" from Iran, Congress hears, Obama's "'verification' equals bomb."
One Democratic senator vows afterward to "not sit back and watch any sort of power grab" by Obama's executive actions as GOPs brace for just that.
Brace for an ‘Exciting and Surprising’ State of the Union Where ‘Ambitious’ Executive Action Takes Center Stage
Carney drops hints about how Obama "will use every means available to him" to achieve his goals; GOP says POTUS "has a lot of explaining to do."
"It's more important for us to build the best country" -- and election results will follow, senator tells the RNC.
Meeting puts heavy focus on women leaders: "We can't fight the Democrats' phony rhetoric on women with male voices."
“Our criminal justice system works only when all Americans are treated equally under the law," attorney general says in a message to Congress.
Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Bernie Sanders talks about the likely bipartisan bill that includes everything but the pay-fors.
Fomer chairman of the Joint Chiefs says you can "pour the entire Pentagon budget" into the debt -- but it would have "minimal impact" without entitlement reform.
Moving metadata to the private sector, stopping world leader snooping -- and leaving Dems and GOPs asking why he's not coming to Congress.