Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky said Tuesday that President Obama is being “disingenuous” on the NSA’s bulk data collection program and that the president could stop the program anytime he wants.
For a vocal group of liberals who aren’t satisfied with Hillary Rodham Clinton, Vermont’s self-described “democratic socialist” senator isn’t the candidate they want. But Bernie Sanders is the candidate they’re about to get.
Technology workers who say they lost their jobs to immigrant workers lost their bid to halt President Obama’s latest guest-worker program after a court ruled Sunday evening that they couldn’t prove the new workers would specifically compete with them.
A group of young conservatives is rallying to reshape Republicans’ approach to social issues and particularly to same-sex marriage, arguing that the GOP is chasing away younger voters who would be supporters but for the party’s exclusionary stances.
Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky acknowledged Tuesday there’s not a lot of public evidence of entities abusing the system with respect to the government’s bulk data collection program but said that the bulk collection itself runs counter to the Fourth Amendment.
President Obama used the Memorial Day holiday to remind Americans Monday that it’s the first such annual observance since the 9/11 terrorist attacks that U.S. combat troops aren’t fighting a major war on distant battlefields.
Ben Carson has penned his second open letter to the Republican National Committee concerning the upcoming GOP presidential debates, which will only include the 10 best-polling candidates.
As tensions mount between the Obama administration and Baghdad over the quality of Iraqi security forces, Vice President Joseph R. Biden tried to reassure Iraq’s prime minister Monday that the U.S. stands behind the Iraqi government in its battle with the Islamic State.
U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran — the Mississippi Republican whose 2014 primary campaign drew national attention over an aspiring blogger’s photos of his bedridden wife — has married his longtime aide, his office said Monday.
The phrase gets old after a while, but it’s time to rev up Air Force One once again: President Obama has a pair of fundraisers to attend in Florida.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is getting a house of his own at the family compound in Kennebunkport, Maine.
What determines where you live? Housing costs, family income, the quality of schools, length of commute all matter in our housing decisions. But there are overarching factors that are even more important: the people who compose your family and where you work. Have your first child? Get a divorce? Find a new job? You’re a strong candidate for a move.