The administration processed about 100,000 applications for amnesty for so-called Dreamers under some of the expanded rules President Obama announced last year, lawyers told a Texas judge late Tuesday in a move that could complicate a claim that all action under the amnesty had been halted.
Seeking a 6 percent budget increase in the upcoming fiscal year, Environmental Protection Agency Gina McCarthy on Wednesday assured skeptical Republicans her efforts will be driven solely by science and won’t be beholden to any political ideology.
A new study from the Columbia Journalism Review concludes that the Obama administration isn’t living up to its vow to be the most transparent White House in history.
Sen. Lindsey Graham admitted Tuesday that a plastic surgery joke he made about House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi during a private fundraiser was a “poor attempt at humor.”
Colin Powell also used a personal email account during his tenure as secretary of state, as questions remain whether Hillary Clinton broke the rules when she conducted State Department business using a personal email account.
Retired neurosurgeon and potential Republican presidential candidate Ben S. Carson responded Wednesday to public backlash following comments he made earlier in the day about homosexuality being a choice.
American households are suffering from a little-reported part of President Obama’s agenda — skyrocketing electricity costs.
The political marketplace is often a shrill, cluttered place. But when likely presidential hopeful Ben Carson speaks, people pause. They heed his words. Why is that? “There’s a calmness, a humbleness about him. He has the ability to listen. Americans haven’t really seen these qualities on the public stage before,” Terry Giles tells Inside the Beltway.
Revelations about the sophistication of former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s secret email system spurred a move in Congress on Wednesday to subpoena her records about the Benghazi terrorist attacks and stirred fresh doubts among Democrats about her presumed presidential bid.
The Senate upheld President Obama’s first veto of the new Congress on Wednesday, dooming for the foreseeable future any chance of constructing the Keystone XL pipeline that would bring oil from Canada to the U.S.
While campaigning for the Senate in 2000, Hillary Rodham Clinton told dinner guests at a fundraiser, “I don’t do email.”
Suddenly, Democrats across America are asking themselves today, “Ugh, do we really want to do THIS for the next two years? Again?”