By Tim Mak | 09/03/13 06:24 PM
Secretary of State John Kerry told a panel of senators that he couldn’t absolutely rule out the use of U.S. combat troops in Syria if groups hostile to the United States seized any of Syria’s chemical weapons.
By Tim Mak | 08/26/13 05:05 PM
Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., on Monday railed against Congress' failed handling of the federal budget process and the automatic budget cuts lawmakers allowed to take effect, but his enthusiasm appeared lost on the federal workers he was addressing in Maryland, all of whom had been spared the worst of...
By Tim Mak | 08/21/13 12:15 PM
Army Pfc. Bradley Manning was sentenced to 35 years in prison Wednesday for disclosing classified documents to Wikileaks and his lawyer immediately announced that he was applying for a presidential pardon. The Bradley Manning Support Network, which raised $1.4 million for Manning's defense,...
By Tim Mak | 08/21/13 05:18 AM
Concerned Veterans for America, a conservative group at the forefront of an effort to oust Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric Shinseki, appeared this week to soften its opposition to Shinseki even as it heralded a petition calling for his removal.
By Susan Ferrechio | 08/18/13 01:40 PM
Lawmakers on Sunday sharply differed over how the United States should respond to the latest round of violence in Egypt that left hundreds of civilians dead and thousands injured during last week's a crackdown by a ruling military that is still being aided by the U.S.
By Tim Mak | 08/18/13 11:55 AM
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus took a swipe at former Mitt Romney advisor Eric Fehrnstrom Sunday over whether the GOP should proceed with threats to exclude two networks from hosting the 2016 Republican presidential debates.
By Tim Mak | 08/18/13 11:15 AM
Sen. John McCain on Sunday urged the Obama administration to take more forceful measures against the Egyptian military, which he said not only conducted a coup but "orchestrated a massacre."
By Tim Mak | 08/16/13 03:45 PM
The scales have fallen from the eyes of Domino's Pizza CEO Patrick Doyle who this week was schooled by Alaska Sen. Mark Begich on the politics of fish.
By Tim Mak | 08/15/13 04:30 PM
Sen. Mark Begich, D-Alaska, has a message for the Domino’s nationwide pizza chain: Stop being “halibut haters.”
By Tim Mak | 08/15/13 03:25 PM
The Pentagon and White House on Thursday hailed new Defense Department initiatives intended to discourage sexual assaults within the military and to underscore how seriously the Obama administration considers the problem.
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