May 2013 Headlines
In a nationally televised speech Thursday President Obama talked about terrorism, drones, and our war with Alqaeda.
The American Center for Law & Justice says the Internal Revenue Service is still harassing conservative groups.
The Senate Judiciary Committee approved an immigration reform bill Tuesday, sending the measure on to the full Senate.
Lois Lerner, the top official at the center of the growing IRS scandal, refused to testify before a House panel Wednesday, saying she'd done nothing wrong.
The U.S. Supreme Court is poised to weigh in on a case involving prayer during Greece, N.Y., town meetings.
An IRS official at the center of the Obama administration's Tea Party scandal is now reported to have a history of harrassment.
The Obama administration is trying to regain its footing after a tidal wave of scandals swept the administration last week.
The Associated Press continues to lash out against the government's secret subpoena of reporters' phone records.
During House hearing, Congressman grills IRS official about questioning Iowa pro-life group conerning prayer content.
Republicans are linking the IRS scandal to the implementation of Obamacare, saying the agency should have no role in Americans' health care.
Reports have been surfacing for months that the Department of Homeland Security is stockpiling ammunition. Now that has sparked a congressional investigation.
Many accuse the president of passing the buck on a number of scandals. Those critics now include not only the GOP, but Democrats and the media.
For presidents, the media can be your best friend or worst enemy. At the moment, President Obama could be witnessing the end of a cozy relationship.
President Obama pledged Friday to work with Congress to prevent the Internal Revenue Service from abusing its power.
The White House is trying to fight Republican claims of a cover-up by releasing secret emails about the Benghazi scandal.
The Internal Revenue Service's targeting of conservative groups is now a criminal investigation, with the Justice Department looking into possible mis-conduct.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder himself is on the hot seat for the Justice Department's gathering of phone records at The Associated Press.
The amount of sexual harassment and abuse within the armed services is reaching alarming new highs. Now the Pentagon is stepping in and cleaning house.
President Obama's inability to work with GOP lawmakers continues to be an issue in his second term in office, bringing up questions of his leadership.
A report by the IRS's own watchdog shows senior IRS officials knew about the agency's targeting of conservative groups.
The U.S. Justice Department has come under fire for secretly obtaining phone records for journalists and editors with The Associated Press.
President Obama is responding to the mushrooming investigations into last year's deadly Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
The IRS has admitted its targeting of conservative political groups went beyond the Tea Party, prompting GOP lawmakers to call for an investigation.
A national biometric database is hidden in the 800-page immigration legislation being proposed in the Senate, Wired.com reports.
The Associated Press reports that senior officials with the Internal Revenue Service knew Tea Party groups were targeted as early as 2011.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew says Congress needs to work together to compromise on a budget before the country reaches the debt ceiling in September.
Immigration reform is picking up steam in Congress Thursday, but there are still plenty of potholes ahead.
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill turned the "people's house" into a house of prayer Wednesday.
Cyber security is at the forefront of new legislation in the Senate aimed at protecting Americans from attacks in cyberspace.
Congress is beginning work to slash the federal criminal code, saying it's so large that every American over age 18 may've broken the law and not know it.
Lawmakers in Washington are fiercely debating comprehensive immigration reform.
Four years after a political scandal sidelined his career, former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford is heading to Congress.
The gun lobby is ready for a long war, National Rifle Association leaders warned at the organization's annual convention in Houston this weekend.
President Obama is embarking on a multi-city tour to assure Americans he's still focused on the economy.
President Obama said in Mexico Thursday that it can take a long time to get things done in Washington, and he believes a gun control measure will pass eventually.
Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., said he believes gay couples should be able to adopt, according to USA Today.
A new Kaiser Family Foundation study shows that 42 percent of Americans do not know that "Obamacare," is the law of the land.