President Barack Obama said on Thursday that the United States’ recent military mission in Iraq has been successful and that he does not expect to have to evacuate the Yazidi popular who had been stranded with no water or food on a mountain.
A federal judge has directed Guantanamo Bay authorities to answer some highly specific questions about the force-feeding of detainee Mohammed Abu Wa’el Dhiab.
The FBI has devoted “considerable resources” to fixing problems with its handling of National Security Letters, and has made definite progress, a Justice Department audit finds.
The military judge in charge of the 9/11 terrorism trial bowed to a Pentagon prosecution protest Wednesday and agreed to go forward with a single, five-man Sept. 11 death-penalty tribunal.
With international crises dominating the national agenda, could President Barack Obama’s low standing on foreign policy right now hurt Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan’s re-election bid in North Carolina?
It’s in part a statement about the unpopularity of Mitch McConnell, but new polling shows just how much Kentuckians prefer Rand Paul of their state’s two senators.
Fourteen community colleges _ in North Carolina, Washington, Texas, California and other states _ are joining a White House initiative to help students who aren’t prepared for college get over the hurdles of remedial classes and go on to complete college degrees.
President Barack Obama considers former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton a “very close friend” and appreciated her calling him Tuesday after critical comments she made about his foreign policy garnered huge attention.
Some 310,000 people with inconsistencies in their citizenship and immigration materials might lose their federal marketplace health coverage Sept. 30 unless they provide proper supporting documents by Sept. 5, the Obama administration announced Tuesday.
This is a weird one. A bungled trial trancript means a reduced sentence, at least after the fact, for former Army Sgt. 1st Class Calvin J. Davenport, who was convicted of conspiracy, extortion and bribery.
The White House announced Monday that it will use the same digital and technology experts that helped fix HealthCare.gov to solve other government technology problems.
A federal judge on Monday rejected a request for attorneys fees by challengers to a Texas voter ID law.