President Obama doesn’t believe that he’s been “rolled” by Vladimir Putin, rejecting the idea that the Russian president has outmaneuvered the U.S. in a geopolitical chess match.
The U.S. Congress is on the naughty list in the last week before Christmas - they’re at the very bottom of the public’s rating for honest and ethical standards, this according to a new Gallup poll. At the tip top of the roster: the nation’s nurses.
Sen. Marco Rubio on Sunday said “as many Americans as possible” should see “The Interview” as part of the broader U.S. response to a terrorist cyberattack by North Korea.
A leading Republican in Congress on Sunday blasted President Obama for going on a two-week vacation on the heels of North Korea’s cyberattack against the U.S.
Cuba has proved to be a major division point between potential Republican presidential candidates Sen. Marco Rubio and Sen. Rand Paul, and the feud between the two continued to escalate Sunday.
In a first at the White House, President Obama called exclusively on female reporters Friday in his final news conference of the year.
Employing a label his critics have often tried to foist upon him, Sen. Rand Paul hit back at criticism from Sen. Marco Rubio, Florida Republican, over his stance on Cuba this week, saying it’s Mr. Rubio who seems to be acting like an isolationist on the issue.
President Obama promised Friday that change will come to Cuba because of his decision to normalize diplomatic relations with the communist island.
Sen. Marco Rubio, Florida Republican took another swipe at Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican in the senators’ continuing feud over President Obama’s plans for ending the embargo with Cuba, accusing Mr. Paul of adhering to the president’s foreign policy.
Sen. Rand Paul took a shot at his colleague, Sen. Marco Rubio, on Twitter, slamming the Florida Republican for an isolationist view on Cuba.
Fox News’ Ed Henry pressed presidential spokesman Josh Earnest for explanation about recently released statistics that show Mr. Obama’s executive actions aren’t nearly as restrained as the White House has put forth, asking at one point: Isn’t he “kind of misleading people?”
House Speaker John A. Boehner on Friday invited President Obama to deliver an in-person State of the Union address to Congress on Jan. 20.