March 2014 Headlines
To counteract last-minute technical glitches, the Obamacare enrollment deadline has been delayed again - a move that didn't sit well with Republicans.
More than 6 million Americans have signed up for health insurance through Obamacare, President Barack Obama announced Thursday.
Thanks to a provision in the health care law many millennials won't be worrying about health insurance for a long time.
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen told a House panel Wednesday it will "take years" to produce evidence that the agency targeted Tea Party.
A federal appeals court appears to be leaning against the president's healthcare reform law.
The U.S. Supreme Court will take up the most prominent case yet pitting some Americans' religious rights against Obamacare's edicts Tuesday.
The Affordable Care Act law may be known as Obamacare but for Democrats seeking re-election it's becoming more like "Obamascare."
The Department of Justice is refusing to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the IRS Tea Party targeting scandal.
The Obama administration has shut down the Syrian Embassy in Washington and ordered all non-U.S. personnel to leave the country.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, says the Obama administration is more hostile to religious freedom than any other administration in the nation's history.
The RNC is beginning a new ad campaign, called "Create Your American Dream," to reach out to different minorities, including Hispanics and women.
House members presented opposing arguments on whether the Christian company Hobby Lobby should be forced to provide coverage for birth control.
A special election victory Tuesday has Republicans celebrating a winning strategy: The result is a warning sign to Democrats: Obamacare is a top issue for voters.
Former IRS official Lois Lerner created "roadblocks for Tea Party organizations" seeking non-profit status, according to a House committee.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein accused the CIA of an illegal search of a congressional computer, removing documents, and searching a network at a CIA facility in Virginia.
For years, the GOP has relied on the Cuban vote in Florida. But the younger generation doesn't appear to share the same party loyalty as their Cuban-born parents.
Senate Democrats staged an all-night talk-a-thon on climate change for nearly 15 hours Monday night.
Big names gathered at this year's CPAC to blast Congress and the president on how they've run the country. They also offered some of their own solutions.
Sen. Rand Paul came out on top, beating more than a dozen potential Republican candidates in the presidential straw poll at the CPAC conference.
The Republican-controlled House of Representatives voted to blocked President Barack Obama's plan to limit carbon pollution from new power plants.
The Central Intelligence Agency is denying claims that some of its agents spied on high level lawmakers.
Members of the American Foreign Service Association are meeting to discuss concerns about some of President Barack Obama's ambassadorial nominees.
Lois Lerner declined to answer questions from a House panel seeking to get to the bottom the agency's targeting of the Tea Party and other conservative groups.
The Hill reports the White House will allow insurers to keep offering health care plans that don't meet the law's requirements.
President Barack Obama's $3.9 trillion budget plan aims to cut tax breaks for the wealthy while extending tax credits for the working poor.