President Obama said Thursday the terrorist threat has changed and our fight against it should be scaled back. More>>
Obama is expected deliver a major counter-terrorism program Thursday in a speech at the National Defense University in Washington, D.C. More>>
Lawmakers expressed both anger and bewilderment that IRS leaders had not told Congress sooner about indications that the tax agency had improperly singled out conservatives and Tea Party groups seeking tax-exempt status. More>>
As rescue and recovery efforts ramped up Tuesday in Oklahoma, flags were lowered to half staff in the nation's capital. More>>
The White House says President Barack Obama opposes a House bill that would speed approval of the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada to Texas. More>>
Secretary of State John Kerry is headed back to the Middle East to press his case for peace talks between Syrian rebels and President Bashar Assad's regime amid increasing signs the new U.S. strategy to halt the war is... More>>
The Internal Revenue Service's targeting conservative groups, the Justice Department's secret subpoena of Associated Press phone records, and erroneous talking points in the immediate aftermath of last year's Benghazi terrorist.
The White House is dealing with all three controversies.
But despite all the so-called scandals, the President's approval rating is holding steady, at least for now.
The IRS has a new chief Friday morning, appointed by the President. More>>
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