Republicans say he should be shipped to Gitmo instead of civilian court; Reid calls GOP reactions "shocking and disgusting."
The State Department under Clinton went "out of its way to downplay the effectiveness or lethality of the group," senator charges.
Boehner: "It's important we resolve this issue in a fair amount of time so that we can do the work that we were elected to do."
Lawmakers warn of al-Qaeda power while administration touts its "attentiveness" to humanitarian needs.
President Obama passes on an official statement while former ambassador warns situation in the PRC is "very, very bleak."
"If China remains a dictatorship it could be even more bloody than the 20th century," warns one of Tiananmen's most wanted.
"Does the president seek to replicate his mistakes in Iraq where he abandoned the region to chaos?" asks one chairman.
"If what has been alleged is true, that would be an outrage," Carney says while suggesting scandal confined to Phoenix.
Committee Dem raises the "elephant in the room" at Shinseki hearing: Shouldn't the FBI be investigating "criminal" waitlist scandal?
One European nation has a 69 percent anti-Semitism rate, while many Iranians clearly haven't been listening to their ayatollah.
Lawmakers trying to get human-rights sanctions imposed face an administration that puts words in the opposition's mouth and doesn't want to irk Maduro.
Administration tries keeping down the volume on scandal over the VA waitlist deaths, but the tragedy isn't confined to Phoenix.
Calls for rescuing the kidnapped schoolgirls include lawmakers heading to the Nigerian Embassy and one senator suggesting Special Forces action.
Al-Qaeda-allied Nigerian terrorists are thinking globally while acting locally, and their latest victims are canaries in the coal mine.
Lawmakers tell Pentagon that African-American women are targeted with "an offensive and biased perception" of ethnic hair.
Hagel, Dempsey lead ceremony for document promoting equity regardless of "genetic information" in "an unprecedented era of change."
FDA Rule Seeks Broad Regulation Over E-Cigarettes Because They Might Make People Want Real Cigarettes
They don't have research proving harm from the vapor substitutes, but say regulation "essential to protect the health of the public."
‘A Direct Affront’ to Kerry: With ‘Little Fear’ of Washington, Fatah-Hamas Pact Crushes Peace Process
State Department insists Israel shares the blame as Netanyahu's cabinet vows to not negotiate with terrorists.
A mission to save face after new al-Qaeda No. 2's in-your-face PR effort -- featuring a former Gitmo detainee?
No consistent data kept to piece together the "paralysis by analysis."
Traitor or hero, the debate sparked by the former contractor's leaks has staying power on the Hill and into 2016.
DHS reasoning for requesting change of the Reagan-era rule didn't mention Benghazi attack or risk posed by associated terror groups.
Takes it from both sides at hearing as senator notes, "What you're doing is talking strongly and carrying a very small stick -- in fact, a twig."
Holder Says DOJ Still May Mingle with CAIR in Quest to Root Out ‘Potential Domestic Violence Adherents’
Tells House committee department has no "formal policy" like FBI does, but has no "formal relationship" with group.
Spc. Ivan Lopez bought his gun at the same shop Nidal Hasan patronized; lawmaker notes he passed background check.