March 2015 Headlines
In the crowded field of likely Republican presidential candidates, one name jumped to the front of the pack this week: Sen. Ted Cruz, and he has a message concerning America.
Reid says he wants to make sure Democrats regain control of the Senate next year and that it would be "inappropriate" for him to soak up campaign resources when he could be focusing on putting his party back in power.
The State Department never had a permanent inspector general while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state, the Wall Street Journal
Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz is running for president. Cruz announced his plans on social media, tweeting "I'm running for president and I hope to earn your support."
Senate Democrats are blocking legislation aimed at fighting human trafficking, complaining they didn't know about an abortion funding ban.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has started an aggressive campaign to block President Barack Obama's agenda on climate change.
The Secret Service says initial tests were negative but a second round conducted Tuesday returned a "presumptive positive" result for cyanide.
The Obama administration has set a new record for denying or censoring government files under the Freedom of Information Act.
Grassroots anger against the Common Core education standards has spilled into the emerging 2016 presidential campaign. Much is at stake as potential candidates bolster their positions.
A bipartisan anti-human trafficking bill has stalled in the Senate after Democrats took issue with an abortion provision they say they had not noticed before.
The United States should provide weapons for the Kurdish fighters so they can fight against ISIS, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., says.
Hillary Clinton told reporters Tuesday using her personal email exclusively while serving as secretary of state was a "matter of convenience." But critics aren't satisfied, accusing her of a lack of transparency.
Forty-seven Republican senators are sending a message to the leaders of Iran, arguing that any nuclear deal Iran cuts with the United States under the Obama administration will expire the day he leaves office.
A large group of former state attorneys general are appealing the conviction of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell.
About a dozen Republican presidential hopefuls gathered in Iowa over the weekend for the Inaugural Agricultural Summit.
Likely Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton took fresh fire over the weekend for the secretive email system she used when she was secretary of state.
A new bill has been introduced in Congress to allow asylum in the United States for homeschooling families who are persecuted in their home countries.
The scandal is deepening over the private email account used by Hillary Rodham Clinton during her time as U.S. secretary of state.
Dr. Ben Carson is officially exploring the possibility of throwing his hat in the ring as a Republican contendor for the 2016 presidential race.
After a weeks-long political struggle, legislation to fund the Homeland Security Department is headed back to the House without restrictions conservatives demanded on President Barack Obama's immigration policies.
Hillary Clinton only used a personal email account for government business while she was secretary of state, according to the New York Times-- a possible violation of federal requirements.
Although the calendar reads 2015, the 2016 presidential race is clearly underway -- at least it was at Maryland's National Harbor where this year's annual gathering of conservatives known as CPAC kicked off.