A pair of U.S. senators moved Tuesday to cut funding to foreign nations that lose control of prisoners formerly detained at Guantanamo Bay in an effort to prevent them from rejoining terrorism.
President Obama grabbed dinner with celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain during his foreign policy trip to Hanoi, Vietnam Monday after winding down last week with a golf trip to Andrews Air Force Base right outside of Washington, D.C.
A federal judge in Texas ordered the Justice Department Thursday to send its “intentionally deceptive” lawyers back to ethics class, accusing them of misleading the court about President Obama’s executive immigration actions.
Congress unanimously advanced a measure on Wednesday to subject the White House’s team of national security advisers to laws giving the public access to internal administration documents.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R., Ark.) ripped President Obama’s national security team as full of “yes men and fan boys” during a radio interview Tuesday, The Hill reports.
Over half of the questions asked at the White House press briefing Friday were about the new Title IX “bathroom law” guidance issued by the Obama administration on Friday.
The United States under the Obama administration has halted the practice of blacklisting domestic organizations that pose as charities to raise money for terrorist groups.