President Obama suggested Wednesday that a series of shootings in Canada may have been acts of terrorism and said he has directed U.S. authorities to work closely with the Canadian government, in part to protect the long border between the two countries.
President Obama’s spokesman laughed off as “crazy” Wednesday reports that the Homeland Security Department is preparing for an increase in the number of immigrants living illegally in the country by ordering enough paper to print as many as 5 million “green” cards annually.
There’s “keeping your distance,” and then there’s crossing to the other side of the street, pulling your hat down over your eyes and pretending you don’t see that annoying neighbor you’d rather not chat with at the moment.
Fans of the cable show “Breaking Bad” might enjoy the White House’s chemistry-class explanation Wednesday for why it bars reporters from covering President Obama’s question-and-answer sessions with wealthy Democratic campaign donors.
Less than two weeks before the midterm elections, John Bolton remains a stalwart support to national security candidates who stand for strong defense and a sturdy U.S. presence on the global stage.
The White House said Wednesday it was too early to characterize a shooting at the Canadian parliament as terrorism, and said the Obama administration has offered assistance to Canadian authorities.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Florida Democrat and head of the Democratic National Committee, deployed her dog, “Demmy,” this week in an attempt to cajole some money out of supporters ahead of the midterm elections.
Tea Party Patriots and Tea Party Express members say it’s more important to win the Senate than elect hardcore conservatives, and they have put out the word: Moderates like Sen. Pat Roberts and Sen. Scott Brown have their support.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren says her college Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand is right — sexism in the Senate is alive and kicking.
Larry Pressler, a former Republican U.S. senator running for Senate as an independent in South Dakota, is taking an anti-corruption message to a new level.
A new poll shows Democrat Michelle Nunn leading by 2 points in the U.S. Senate race in Georgia over Republican David Perdue in a race both sides have quickly turned their attention to as one that could ultimately determine control of the U.S. Senate.