Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has refused to turn her email server over to an independent third party and claims she has wiped the server clean, dealing a setback to the special investigative committee looking into the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack, the probe said late Friday.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid said Friday his partnership with President Obama will go down in history.
Sen. Charles E. Schumer said Friday afternoon he already has support of “so many of my colleagues” in his bid to become the next Senate Democratic leader, moving quickly to secure the position just hours after current Minority Leader Harry Reid announced he would retire at the end of this Congress.
The White House on Friday brushed off assertions that President Obama is a lame duck, saying Republicans constantly are reacting to the president’s moves.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, who announced Friday he is not running for re-election in 2016, has endorsed Sen. Charles E. Schumer of New York to replace him as Democratic leader and declared Friday that Mr. Schumer will indeed replace him in a little less than two years.
Rep. Peter D. King issued a statement Friday scolding Sen. Ted Cruz supporters for making “vulgar, rabid and adolescent type” phone calls to his office.
A Maryland agency misspent nearly $30 million in federal funding when it set up and ran its flawed Obamacare exchange, the Health and Human Services Department’s internal watchdog said Friday, although state officials balked at paying the money back.
With just days to go before a March 31 deadline to reach a nuclear deal with Iran, the White House says the odds of success have not improved in recent weeks.
Key members of the doctors’ lobby are “extremely disappointed” the Senate did not take up a House-passed overhaul to Medicare’s payment system before skipping town for spring break.
Several possible GOP presidential contenders are scheduled to appear at the FAMiLY LEADER’s Southeast Family Leadership Regional Summit in Mount Pleasant, Iowa, on April 9, as potential candidates look to shore up their support among social conservatives in the early presidential state.
Sen. Chuck Grassley is asking the Department of Justice’s Inspector General to investigate claims of nepotism and favoritism in an FBI surveillance program.
It didn’t take long for the Democratic infighting to start after Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid announced Monday that he would retire next year.