Rudy Giuliani: The shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, is not a reflection of racial problems in national crime. He says the real issue is black-on-black crime.
A prominent supporter of President Barack Obama and co-founder of the Human Rights Campaign was arrested last week on charges of sodomy and sexual abuse.
Obama: Americans wants a candidate that "doesn't have as much mileage as me." He says he doesn't expect to be utilized too much in 2016 campaigns.
Two more for Republican presidential speculation in 2016: Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and former Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania.
Sen. Lindsey Graham chastises his House Republican colleagues for not passing a comprehensive immigration bill.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, has some harsh words for the recently released Benghazi report, led by his own party.
In "Saturday Night Live" skit, Obama pushes "Schoolhouse Rock's" Bill down steps of Capitol to make way for Executive Order.
An House investigative report finds little to support questions about CIA actions on the ground in Benghazi, Libya, the night of a deadly attack in 2012.
President Obama has traded GOP rancor and late-fall temperatures in Washington for a golf outing with Derek Jeter at the nicest golf resort in Las Vegas.
President Obama rallies support behind his decision to delay deportation for millions of undocumented immigrants
A woman who was arrested with a handgun outside of the White House Thursday has been charged with a felony, accused of carrying a pistol without a license.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush's opposition to President Obama's executive action on deportations puts him in an uncomfortable position.
US cyber chief: China and others capable of taking down US power grid.
The stated purpose for a meeting of pro-Hillary Clinton Democrats in New York on Friday was simple: Recap the last year and discuss 2014 lessons.
Opponents of President Barack Obama's plan, which makes sweeping changes to the nation's immigration system by use of executive order, focused their criticism on the legal case, saying Obama has overstepped the boundaries of his authority and is ignoring the will of the people.
Republican attorneys general in several states say they are weighing legal challenges to President Barack Obama's overhaul of immigration rules.
It was the summer of 2007 and Senator Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., unloaded on his junior colleague, then-Sen. Barack Obama, D-Illinois.
Big Business isn't embracing President Barack Obama's decision to reform the immigration system by executive order, but the community's top lobbyists aren't joining Republicans in slamming Obama's announcement, either.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest argued Friday that the president's executive orders stand on solid legal footing.
He's got a lot on his mind -- can you blame him?
Iran's foreign minister engaged Friday in what Britain's top diplomat deemed "complex" but "useful discussions" on Tehran's nuclear program.
The former secretary of state's most ardent supporters meet Friday in New York City to discuss what looks like an all-but-certain Hillary Clinton campaign
Hillary Clinton will host a high-dollar fundraiser for Sen. Mary Landrieu, an embattled Democratic senator who finds herself behind in a close runoff.
Attorney General Eric Holder released a video message Friday, announcing new guidance for police when they respond to demonstrations and calling for protesters to act in a peaceful manner.
House Republicans have filed a lawsuit regarding President Obama's "unilateral actions" on healthcare, Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) announced Friday.
A top White House aide said Friday that the White House is planning a "very aggressive sales job" on immigration.
My fellow Americans, tonight, I'd like to talk with you about immigration.
The DREAMer Obama highlighted said she felt "complete relief" when Obama laid out his plan to shield up to 5 million immigrants from deportation.
Obamacare might be a big talking point for politicians on Capitol Hill, but a new survey shows President Barack Obama's health care law wasn't at the top of the agenda for midterm voters earlier this month.
House Republicans are seizing on the opportunity to tie MIT economist Jonathan Gruber to President Barack Obama
When George W. Bush couldn't get an immigration overhaul though the Senate, he gave up. When Barack Obama couldn't get a bill through the House, he changed the rules.
President Barack Obama will order immigration officers to deport "felons not families" as he uses his executive power to make immigration changes.
John Boehner said Friday that Congress "will not stand idle as the President undermines the rule of law."
How many Ferraris does it take to impress a hotel valet in Boca? More than 25, apparently.
Among undocumented immigrants, reactions to President Barack Obama's highly anticipated immigration speech were mixed.
Hillary Clinton offered her firm backing Thursday of President Barack Obama's plan to issue an executive action to overhaul the nation's immigration system.
Dr. Ben Carson, a devout Christian, renowned neurosurgeon, and now, possible presidential 2016 candidate, says he's sensing a 2016 campaign covenant from the man upstairs.
The United Nations' top nuclear watchdog said Iranian authorities are continuing to deny his agency access to a sensitive military complex suspected of being a site of nuclear activities.
President Obama's immigration speech is set to make a big splash among his target audience — Hispanic Americans — as it airs during Latin Grammys.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam has been elected chairman of the Republican Governors Association, replacing New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
CIA Director John Brennan has ordered an in-depth review of the intelligence agency's organizational structure.
The GOP is so shutdown averse, they say they should do everything in their power to fight Obama -- except that.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, may be frustrated with Obama's anticipated executive action on immigration, but he's not looking to shut down the government.
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory joined other Republican governors Thursday and said he is open to suing the federal government if President Barack Obama issues an executive order that shields nearly 4 million undocumented immigrants from deportation.
Sen. Ted Cruz has traded "Green Eggs and Ham" for Cicero.
Republican Gov. Rick Perry says Texas has the grounds for a lawsuit if President Obama bypasses Congress and takes executive action on immigration reform.
A top liberal advocacy group is lambasting ABC, NBC and CBS for deciding to not air President Barack Obama's primetime address on immigration Thursday despite running a 2006 primetime address by President George W. Bush on the same issue.
President Barack Obama's plan to take the immigration system in his own hands is a daring test of the limits of presidential power.
President Barack Obama is set to unveil his long-awaited overhaul of U.S. immigration rules -- potentially shielding millions of people from deportation.
Gov. Chris Christie responds to the New York Times Magazine cover photo with a GIF.
A new Maine-based group released a proposal on how to legalize recreational marijuana this week, potentially adding Maine to the list of states nationwide where use of the drug is permitted.
Sen. Rand Paul argued the president has declared a "constitutional war" and warned the battle over his executive order "this won't go away lightly."
Rep. Steve King of Iowa and Rep. Michelle Bachmann of Minnesota are heading to the U.S. Mexico border on Friday to meet with border officials.
About half of all Americans disapprove of President Barack Obama's incoming executive action on immigration despite agreeing with Obama on principle, according to a recent poll.
Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell vowed Thursday that "Congress will act" if President Barack Obama carries out his immigration plan.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren -- not Hillary Clinton -- is the top progressive choice for president in 2016, according to a new poll.
Former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb became the first person from either major party to officially launch a presidential exploratory committee to consider running for president in 2016.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) continued his outreach across the aisle Thursday morning with a breakfast meeting with progressive commentator and activist Al Sharpton.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush swung back at critics of Common Core on Thursday, challenging those who refuse to adopt the controversial testing standards.
The Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation brought in $144.4 million in 2013, a three-fold growth from the $51.5 million the foundation received in 2012, according to tax documents released on Wednesday.
President Barack Obama will unveil his long-awaited immigration plan Thursday evening, changing rules governing deportations that could affect millions.
Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin wants President Barack Obama to hold off using his executive authority to order major immigration changes.
A man was arrested at the White House Wednesday after the Secret Service found a rifle and ammunition in his car parked nearby.
Chris Christie was notably cautious Wednesday when pressed on President Barack Obama's plan to issue immigration executive orders.
Gov. Rick Perry of Texas discusses what he learned from his 2012 presidential campaign and why he'd be a better candidate in 2016 if he ran again.
An actress on the Netflix series "Orange is the New Black" says her parents and older brother were deported while she was a teenager -- and now she's backing President Barack Obama's plans to overhaul the immigration system through an executive order.
It's coming next week. Or next month. It'll protect 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation. Or 3 million. Or less.
Civil rights leader Al Sharpton sharply denounced a report that he owes $4.5 million in taxes.
An attorney for Rep. Ron Barber (D-Ariz.) is raising the prospect of a long, drawn-out battle over control of his Tucson-area district, a seat once held by his former boss Gabby Giffords, as his contest with Republican Martha McSally looks increasingly likely to head to a recount.
Democrats lost big on Election Night in 2014, but Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts argued Wednesday that some of the results were positive for the liberal wing of her party.
Joe Clancy, the acting director of the U.S. Secret Service, will testify before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.
triumphant House lawmakers-to-be descended upon Washington for a crash course on how to be a member of Congress.
House Republicans are hoping the third time is a charm in their effort to sue President Barack Obama over his signature health care law.
A state district judge in Texas denies a defense motion to have two felony charges dismissed against outgoing Gov. Rick Perry.
Who is the MIT economist at the center of a new Obamacare scandal and why should you be paying attention?
President Barack Obama's Keystone pipeline headache is only going to get worse.
Western diplomats put their chances of a comprehensive Iran deal at 50 percent at best and a breakthrough before the Nov. 24 deadline seems highly unlikely.
The time is nearing when millions of undocumented immigrants will learn their new fate.
Comedian and actress Cecily Strong will perform at the White House Correspondents' Association dinner in April.
Ahead of a speech Wednesday in Florida, former Rep. Ron Paul seemed uninspired by two of the Sunshine State's two political big shots: U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio and former Gov. Jeb Bush.
The Senate failed Tuesday to pass legislation authorizing the Keystone XL pipeline, but don't expect that to be the last word on the contentious pipeline project that would ship crude oil from Canada to U.S. refineries on the Gulf Coast.
The Senate blocked a measure Tuesday night that would have authorized construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, will be the next House Oversight and Government Reform Committee chairman, taking the gavel from Darrell Issa.
Republican opponents of legislation that would rein in NSA surveillance narrowly block the Senate from taking up the bill.
Mitt Romney goes to his alma mater in Utah and shares what he learned campaigning for president.
The fate of the controversial Keystone pipeline wasn't the only thing at stake during a crucial vote in the Senate on Tuesday.
The U.S. government is conducting a review of how it responds when American citizens are taken hostage by overseas terrorists, CNN learned Monday.
Rep. Steve King said he agrees that the Obama administration needs to change its response to hostage situations.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is encouraging President Barack Obama to act in a sweeping and swift manner to issue an executive order changing immigration laws.
Outgoing Iowa Democratic Sen. Tom Harkin, who said just a few weeks ago that Republican Senate candidate Joni Ernst was "wrong for the state of Iowa," has changed his tune.
As Ebola fades from the headlines, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other top federal health officials made their case for a multi-billion dollar emergency fund to fight the virus in a congressional hearing Tuesday.
House Speaker John Boehner has tapped Pennsylvania Rep. Charlie Dent, a moderate GOP member, to chair the House ethics committee in the next Congress.
Music icon Stevie Wonder will headline a fundraiser in New Orleans early next month for longtime friend and supporter, Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu.
Top officials at the campaign committee for House Republicans said Tuesday they weren't aware of anonymous Twitter accounts.
Years-old but newly scrutinized videos of MIT economics professor Jonathan Gruber ignited a political firestorm this week because the self-described architect of Obamacare thanks "the stupidity of the American voter" for leading to passage of the president's signature piece of legislation.
President Barack Obama might be trying to distance himself from MIT economist Jonathan Gruber who has drawn heat for saying the "stupidity of the American voter" was a key factor in passing the President's signature health care law, but in 2006 then-Sen. Barack Obama said he pulled ideas from the academic "liberally."
President Barack Obama condemned on Tuesday the attack on a Jerusalem synagogue that killed four Israelis as a "horrific" terror attack and urged Israelis and Palestinians to work together to ease tensions.
House Speaker John Boehner might have taken a cue from Jonathan Gruber.