"I'm calling on Congress to close this loophole, now," the president said.
Justices force pro-life auteur to turn over names of people who supported his work.
The California attack has opened up new debates and reopened old ones in the presidential election.
The military and intelligence communities agree that climate change is real and destabilizing.
Just a few days after the mass shooting in San Bernardino, the Texas senator plans to celebrate arms.
The candidate got a cool reception but disarmed the audience with promises.
Cruz says that the tragedy shows the U.S. is at war.
Chicago mayor faces questions over his handling of a police shooting investigation.
The former secretary of state seeks to engender goodwill among voters after another email dump.
It took a while for the Republican statements to come in, and now the rhetoric is just ramping up.
Hoodies? Onesies? Mugs? There's no war on Christmas from candidates' gift shops.
Tough talk? Bombing? Advisers? Bring in allies? We're doing it and it's not working.
Obama promised voters he would do more to keep giant corporations in check. Has he?
The first-term senator says "there is no middle ground" after the Paris attacks.
The Republican presidential candidate recently said that Thomas Jefferson was the architect of the Constitution.
In these times of low government approval ratings, frustration with the status quo is peaking.
The GOP candidate's latest provocative remark comes as his poll numbers begin to dip.
A sit-in at the president's office led to a tepid agreement between faculty and students.
In a Georgetown speech, the candidate offered up a history lesson on democratic socialism.
Clinton pushes for "intensification and acceleration" of the Obama administration's counter-ISIS strategy.
A proposal backed by Speaker Paul Ryan would impede refugee admission from Syria and Iraq.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter says the U.S. is prepared to change the rules of engagement.
Phone calls to governors and opposition to a House "Pause" are high on the list.
Is the Republican Presidential candidate a top student or a stubborn ideologue?