Top congressional Republicans on Sunday put the responsibility on President Obama to call Congress back to Washington for a vote on the use of U.S. military force to attack and destroy the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.
A top White House national security adviser said Sunday that the United States has strong support from Syrian residents in its effort to destroy Islamic State positions in their country, downplaying protests and arguing that Syrian President Bashar Ass…
Texas GOP Sen. Ted Cruz has for the second straight year won the Family Research Council Action’s 2014 Values Voter Summit Straw Poll.
The Secret Service reportedly did not discover that the White House had been struck by at least seven bullets in a 2011 shooting incident until the damage was pointed out by an usher and did not interview witnesses until after the bullets were found.
President Barack Obama on Saturday said the widespread mistrust of law enforcement that was exposed by the fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man in Ferguson, Mo. is corroding America, not just its black communities, and that the wariness flows …
The anonymous source who helped exposed the Milwaukee District Attorney’s secret probes on GOP Gov. Scott Walker and his political supporters is purportedly a former employee and self-proclaimed friend of the prosecutor upset over the prosecutor’s “hyper-partisan” bias, according to several publish accounts
After the rocky rollout last fall of the ObamaCare website, the administration wants to re-enroll those already in the system in hopes of avoiding another technological embarrassment.
Newly launched airstrikes in Syria are only one piece of the puzzle in the United States’ war against the Islamic State, as the military prepares to launch a complex operation to train and arm Syrian rebels.
Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer said Friday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that while President Obama might have the authority to act unilaterally on strikes against ISIS in Iraq and Syria, he still should seek approval from Congress.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz told an audience of Christian conservatives Friday that it is time for “a president who will speak out for people of faith.”