Sen. Marco Rubio, Florida Republican, who has emerged as one of the leading critics of President Obama’s move this week to normalize relations with Cuba, said GOP Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky, among others, has “no idea what he’s talking about” in response to remarks Mr. Paul made on the embargo against the country.
The U.S. Secret Service needs new leadership from outside the agency to drive strategic and cultural change — as well as better defenses at the White House, a scathing review found.
Cuban cigars may not yet be legal for domestic sale or import into the United States, but President Obama got a preview of what’s likely soon to come when a White House party guest handed him one of the sought-after stogies during this week’s Hanukkah celebrations.
The percentage of Americans who say race relations/racism is the most important problem facing the country is at its highest point since 1992 amid the Rodney King verdict, Gallup said.
Sen. Tom Coburn, who’s set to retire his Oklahoma seat, said he was proud of the nation for electing President Obama — that even though he’s a political foe, he’s still a “neat man” and a nice guy.
Defending its historic policy reversal on Cuba, the White House on Thursday aligned itself with one potential 2016 presidential candidate, Hillary Rodham Clinton, while launching an all-out assault on another — Republican Sen. Marco Rubio.
True the Vote, one of the conservative nonprofits targeted for intrusive scrutiny by the IRS, filed a notice of appeal Thursday signaling it will ask judges to throw out a lower court’s ruling that found the IRS’s targeting had already stopped, and tossed their case.
President Obama on Thursday signed an executive order officially creating a “Task Force on 21st Century Policing,” a high-level group that will report directly to the president with recommendations on how to strengthen ties between law enforcement and the communities they serve.
Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky said the U.S. starting to trade with Cuba is “probably a good idea,” and the embargo against the country “just hasn’t worked.
President Obama picked CIA Deputy Director Avril Haines Thursday to serve as one of his top national security advisers in the White House.
Obamacare critics who took the administration all the way to the Supreme Court over the law’s subsidies have sued once again — this time, because it says federal officials are “stonewalling” its request for public records about how it developed the overhaul’s health exchanges.
Americans are now trying to fathom that the nation is in a multidimensional cyberwar following North Korea’s strategic hack attack on a Hollywood studio, prompting the cancellation of an upcoming film, with an estimated loss of $200 million in revenue alone.