President Obama Tuesday called the Internal Revenue Service's targeting of Tea Party groups "intolerable and inexcusable."
The Conservative Party plans to introduce a bill to mandate a 2017 referendum on British membership in the European Union, sources told The Daily Telegraph.
The controversy over his administration's initial response to the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, is a "sideshow," President Obama said Monday.
President Obama said Internal Revenue Service targeting of conservative groups had "no place" in government.
President Obama Monday called Internal Revenue Service targeting of conservative groups "outrageous."
Like the skies clearing after a storm, some small but hopeful patches of blue and even the occasional ray of sunshine are breaking through the prolonged gloom over Europe's economic prospects. The question is whether these hopeful signs last until Germany's election in September.
A "veil of secrecy" is clouding international developments in the extractive industries, British Prime Minister David Cameron said.
President Obama meets with British Prime Minister David Cameron Monday, the White House said.
The British education secretary said Britain should leave the European Union, and would vote to do so if there were a referendum on the matter.
British Prime Minister David Cameron traveled to Russian President Vladimir Putin's summer home Friday to discuss a possible summit on Syria, officials said.