A former Obama aide conceded Sunday that some Democrats would have difficulty running on the president’s signature healthcare law in November.
Damage to U.S. national security caused by NSA contractor Edward Snowden will take decades to repair, the White House official in charge of cyber security said Friday.
“Make no mistake: We are going to be dealing with the fallout from that for all of your careers, and the impact that that has had on our national security will reverberate for decades,” Michael Daniel, special assistant to the president for cyber security, told Naval Academy midshipmen.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) blocked the release of the names of hospitals where 19 veterans died because of delays in medical screenings, leading to calls for transparency from news outlets and a bipartisan group of Capitol Hill lawmakers.
Ebony released a statement apologizing to Republican National Committee deputy press secretary Raffi Williams and the black Republican community following controversy regarding personal tweets sent by one of its editors.
An Oregon man described as someone who “wore lots of jewelry” and “flashed pictures of trips to Lebanon” was caught in a disability fraud scheme that cost the government more than $200,000.
KABUL (Reuters) – Taliban gunmen stormed a Kabul guesthouse used by a U.S.-based aid group and held four foreigners hostage for several hours on Friday, just eight days before Afghanistan holds a presidential election which the militant group has vowed to derail.
A member of J Street’s student organization, J Street U, wore a t-shirt endorsing terrorism and airplane hijacking to a J Street event at Washington University in St. Louis.
Just three days after the State Department issued a travel warning for Ukraine, it began promoting a campaign urging Americans to visit the country, prompting confusion and concern from some foreign policy observers.