Sen. Kelly Ayotte calls out the Obama administration for refusing to identify enemy combatants in the Middle East as Islamic extremists.
The relationship between the United States and Israel has “never been worse” than it is now under the Obama administration, says Sen. John McCain.
Mike Huckabee says critics need to get a sense of humor about his tongue-in-cheek interview with Fox News host Megyn Kelly over New Yorkers and profanity.
Political committees affiliated with potential GOP presidential contenders were filing end-of-year fundraising reports ahead of a Jan. 31 deadline, as presidential hopefuls start making serious moves and laying groundwork for their possible runs heading into the 2016 cycle.
New York Times reporter Jeremy Peters asked Democratic lawmakers on Friday why the press at the House Democratic Caucus Retreat in Philadelphia was being so closely monitored by security, with some journalists even being followed to the bathroom.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said Friday that ordinary Americans are tired of the heavy hand of Washington and are yearning for elected leaders to take a “fresh” bottom-up approach to governance that empowers states and localities.
Criticized for avoiding the phrase “Islamic extremism,” President Obama said he doesn’t want to alienate the majority of peace-loving Muslims as the U.S. fights to defeat terrorist networks around the world.
After three days of plotting political strategy and a fiery pep talk by President Obama, House Democrats left their annual conference here Friday supercharged for a fight with the Republican-run Congress and boasting about winning back the majority in 2016.
Despite a national debt over $18 trillion, President Obama said Saturday the nation can afford the major spending increases he’ll put forward in his fiscal year 2016 budget, due out Monday.
The Obama administration insisted Friday that the Taliban terrorists swapped for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl do not pose a threat to the U.S.
President Obama on Friday signed an executive director requiring all roads, buildings and other pieces of infrastructure paid for with federal money to be built in areas with less risk of flooding.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden on Friday warned House Democrats not to let Republicans take credit for the economic recovery, saying the GOP were having an “epiphany” about the uptick.