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Israel and the White House both say that a widely publicized transcript of a telephone call that supposedly took place between President Obama and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu — during which the former demanded the latter impose an immediate cease-fire — was fake.
The terror group al Qaeda has found a cash cow in ransom payoffs from European nations, netting a minimum of $125 million over the past six years from the kidnapping trade, The New York Times reported.
Senate candidate Milton Wolf said Wednesday he will re-route his campaign bus to set up an impromptu debate with incumbent Sen. Pat Roberts before Kansans cast their ballots in the Republican primary.
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen introduced a bill Wednesday that would make sure women in the U.S. military can obtain FDA-approved forms of birth control without an insurance co-pay.
Republicans in the House say the Internal Revenue Service has overstepped its bounds one too many times — most recently, by putting conservative and tea party nonprofit applications in its crosshairs — and it's high time to get rid of the commissioner's position.
House lawmakers voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to overhaul the VA health care system, hoping a $16 billion infusion of cash can help gain a handle on the wait times and poor care issues for veterans that have plagued the department.
President Obama's border-spending bill cleared a first filibuster hurdle in the Senate on Wednesday, barely squeaking across the line with the help of nearly a dozen Republicans.
A top Senate Republican is introducing legislation Wednesday that would restore financial transparency rules for labor unions that President Obama nixed shortly after taking office in 2009, The Washington Times has learned.
Recent remarks by Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes have Republicans wondering if she knows what Israel's "Iron Dome" defense system actually does.