President Obama may have hit the low point of his presidency Thursday — at least to date — when his spokesman declared that Mr. Obama is still relevant.
Rep. Charles Rangel argued Thursday that the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria is not a direct threat to national security and questioned whether the United States should be militarily involved in the region at all.
Sen. Ted Cruz, Texas Republican, said the attack in Canada and a separate hit-and-run attack in Jerusalem Wednesday are reminders that “radical Islamic terrorism” is not confined to the Middle East and likened the shooting death of a soldier in Ottawa to the 2009 attack at Fort Hood, Texas.
The White House Thursday characterized the shootings at the Canadian Parliament as a “lone wolf” terrorist attack.
A Treasury inspector general said Thursday the IRS should do more to make sure federal taxpayer information does not fall into the wrong hands when it processes and approves subsidy payments under Obamacare.
In a rare pitch for an individual Senate candidate, President Obama told Georgia voters Thursday that Democrats will hold the Senate if Michelle Nunn wins her campaign against Republican David Perdue.
Sen. Tom Coburn has no love for the Pentagon’s “Iron Man” suit project, which Special Operations Command spearheaded earlier this year.
Chuck Norris, the martial arts guru who starred in the popular television show “Walker, Texas Ranger” and movies like “The Way of the Dragon” with Bruce Lee, has thrown his support behind Republican attorney general Greg Abbott, who is running to be the next governor of the Lone Star State.
Former Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway is supporting Republican Rep. Cory Gardner’s Senate bid, but progressives opposing the congressman are hoping to win over some of the Broncos faithful.
Sen. John McCain said the Pentagon press secretary was hardly forthcoming or clear with his recent assessment of the U.S.-led air assault against the Islamic State — and in fact sounded rather idiotic.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry, a possible 2016 presidential contender, is scheduled to hit the road and head to Iowa Thursday to boost GOP U.S. Senate candidate Joni Ernst.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) is going back on the air in Kentucky to boost Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes in her race against Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.