President Obama is “obviously concerned” that an intruder jumped the fence at the White House and made it inside the front door, a spokesman said Monday.
President Obama will host Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House next week, their first face-to-face meeting since Israel’s war this summer with Hamas militants in Gaza.
Politics have become “too personal” and that much of the fault is due to the tea party, said Vice President Joseph R. Biden in an interview with The New York Times for its new website, First Draft.
Hillary Clinton sent out a fundraiser email Monday morning on behalf of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
Nearly all parents (94 percent) surveyed by Pew Research three years ago said they wanted their children to go to university.
The late Sen. Daniel Inouye is allegedly the lawmaker who told Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, New York Democrat, that he liked his girls chubby, The New York Times reported Monday.
Clay Aiken, the 2003 “American Idol” runner-up who in now running as a Democrat in North Carolina, seems to think that the celebrity women targeted in recent nude photo leaks were asking for it.
Four in 10 Americans say which party controls Congress after the midterm elections matters “a great deal” to them, a poll released Monday found.
Lois Lerner, the former IRS director accused of using her position to delay nonprofit applications to scores of conservative and tea party groups, has broken her wall of silence in a sit-down interview with Politico to say: “I didn’t do anything wrong.”
Races in Michigan remain very close Monday morning, with the race for governor in a virtual tie, according to a new poll.
President Obama’s war Cabinet is not instilling confidence in the public about his “no boots on the ground” strategy to defeat the Islamic State now anchored in two countries and in more than a dozen towns.
Miracles can happen — or so say House Democrats longing to win majority control of the chamber in November.