The House speaker said he wants an email released he said showed the U.S. State Department believed quickly the consulate attack in Libya involved terrorists.
U.S. President Obama pitched his signature healthcare reform law Friday, stressing its benefits for women about five months before a key provision takes effect.
The U.S. government isn't looking to set up permanent military bases in Afghanistan and ongoing presence would be on an invitation-only basis, officials said.
Efforts to get nominees approved for U.S. Energy Department and EPA posts are turning into a "hostage situation," a political scientist said.
U.S. President Barack Obama Thursday told a crowd of 400 at a Texas high school not to listen to all the "doom and gloom" coming out of Washington.
Another House vote to repeal the healthcare reform law will give new lawmakers a chance to weigh in on the issue, House Speaker John Boehner said Thursday.
A Russian deal to sell advanced anti-aircraft missile systems to Syria is imminent, information relayed to the United States by Israel indicated.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai said Thursday he won't allow the United States to retain military bases in his country without receiving concessions.
President Obama said Tuesday the United States has both a national security interest and a moral obligation to see the bloodshed end in Syria.
President Obama and South Korea's new leader stood side by side at the White House Tuesday and vowed to stay united against North Korea's provocations.