With crucial elections two weeks away and an Ebola crisis to manage, President Obama worked from home Monday — his home in Chicago — while much of his party continues to shun him.
The White House Monday called “preposterous” a report that the Obama administration will not seek congressional approval to suspend sanctions against Iran if a deal on the Islamic republic’s nuclear program can be reached.
Sen. Mary Landrieu, Louisiana Democrat, attacked her Republican opponent Rep. Bill Cassidy for owning a large, lakefront home in the state this weekend while downplaying the perks of her home in Washington, D.C.
The fate of a border security contract worth up to $210 million was thrown into question Monday after the Government Accountability Office told an agency to reconsider whether a contractor facing fraud accusations is qualified for the job.
A conservative split in Louisiana’s Senate race has produced a three-way contest that could send it into an election runoff, raising questions about whether the tea party insurgency will cost Republicans a winnable seat.
She has become a media presence. That would be Monica Lewinsky, who has shed her previous public identity as the White House intern who had a dalliance with former President Clinton in favor of a 41-year-old with serious press credentials. She is now a columnist for Vanity Fair, a public speaker and a social media wrangler. Miss Lewinsky joined Twitter on Monday and secured 34,000 followers in the space of three hours
In what some specialists are calling the latest step in a “regulatory evolution,” the Environmental Protection Agency said it may expand its authority over drinking water supplies by singling out the element strontium.
Without his mustache, Gov. Terry Branstad would be reduced to stubble.
A few weeks ago Sen. Ted Cruz dropped a surprise in the middle of a casual policy discussion with a prominent conservative activist.
Michele Bachmann was assigned a security detail by Capitol Police after an Islamic State online threat to her safety recently emerged, according to Politico.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal ordered state officials Monday to come up with rules governing how some state residents can travel to Ebola-stricken countries, stepping in to fill what he said was a gap left by President Obama’s failure to act.
President Obama cast his ballot Monday in Chicago, taking advantage of early voting in Illinois in a photo-op effort to boost Democratic turnout in key states.