Republicans’ official effort to retake a majority in the Senate raised a record $15.5 million in September — roughly four times its average monthly haul this cycle — but officials Tuesday did not disclose how much money the committee spent last month…
Among those fired are a top purchasing official at the Veterans Health Administration, directors of VA hospitals in Pittsburgh and Dublin, Georgia, and a regional hospital director in central Alabama.
The White House on Monday stood firmly behind its criticism of Israeli settlement construction and pushed back against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s complaint that the U.S. rebuke goes “against American values.”
The last thing Nancy Vawter expected when she went online with her 22-month-old granddaughter to watch the musician Raffi sing “Wheels on the Bus” was an ad for Scott Brown, the Republican challenging Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in New Hampshire.
President Barack Obama on Friday strongly condemned the “brutal murder” of a British hostage by the Islamic State group.
The Pentagon says the military has begun medical testing for Ebola at two new labs in Liberia, and service members are beginning to build two treatment centers there for victims of the deadly disease.
Two Democrats running for governor of their respective New England states are hoping for a boost from Michelle Obama as the first lady makes political stops in Massachusetts and Maine.
A federal appeals court Thursday gave Texas permission to fully enforce a sweeping abortion law signed by Republican Gov. Rick Perry last year that would effectively close all but seven abortion facilities in America’s second-most populous state.
A former U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development employee has pleaded guilty to stealing $843,000 in government funds in federal court in Washington.
Almost two years after his Election Day drubbing, Mitt Romney is the Republican man in demand.