DCIA message to the workforce
President Barack Obama did a little shopping for his wife and daughters before hitting a pair of New York City fundraisers -- giving the Gap a little love for boosting employee salaries.
President Obama traded barbs with Zach Galifianakis on the comedians Funny or Die show Between Two Ferns in a bid to convince young invincibles to sign up for health care.
Senate leaders Tuesday were concerned but careful about their next steps after Sen. Dianne Feinstein told the Senate the CIA may have violated constitutional principles by monitoring her committees computers.
Udall Statement on CIA's Unprecedented Obstruction, Misrepresentations About Misguided Detention, Interrogation Program
Memo to military prosecutors: You can repeatedly misbehave in court and still win a conviction.
President Barack Obama will host Ukraine’s new Prime Minister at the White House on March 12 as the standoff over Russian troops in Ukraine’s Crimean region continues to intensify.
Some federal agencies are struggling to respond to public records requests made through the Freedom of Information Act, according to a new report released Monday.
Iowa's Republican party chairman will leave his post later this month and become an adviser to Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul's political action committee.
Cocaine use dropped sharply across the United States from 2006 to 2010, while marijuana consumption jumped significantly during the same period, a new RAND study finds.
President Obama next week will champion his health care law on WebMD, which bills itself as the “leading source of health information for consumers and health care professionals.”