The House Energy and Commerce Committee is expanding its investigation into whether Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius broke the law when she asked health care executives to contribute to nonprofit groups that are helping to implement President Barack Obama’s healthcare law.
Burmese human rights advocates are alarmed by reports that the White House may have advocated for the Burma-based business interests of a former State Department official during President Barack Obama’s meeting with Burmese President Thein Sein earlier this week.
Rep. Jo Bonner (R., Ala.) shocked the Alabama political world yesterday when he suddenly announced his resignation, effective Aug. 15.
North Korea is on the verge of obtaining a ballistic missile made by China that can reach Alaska, a senior nuclear analyst told government and military officials Friday morning during a discussion about China’s nuclear prowess.
More than 70 members of Congress have called on the United Nations Secretary General to ban Iran from chairing an upcoming conference on disarmament in light of Tehran’s illicit pursuit of nuclear arms.
Lawmakers heading the Republican push for immigration reform blasted President Barack Obama on Thursday for failing to meet with federal law enforcement officials even as his administration meets with illegal immigrants.
Among those tuning in to President Barack Obama’s national security speech on Thursday were some prisoners at the Guantanamo Bay U.S. Naval Base, who rely on television broadcasts and newspapers for hints about their fate.
Police in Stockholm called in reinforcements on Friday after youths set cars and a school ablaze in a fifth night of rioting, the worst to hit Sweden for years.