June 2014 Headlines
The group Judicial Watch filed a motion for a hearing on the "lost" emails from Lois Lerner and other IRS employees concerning the targeting of conservative groups.
President Barack Obama is asking Congress for more than $2 billion to address what he calls "an urgent humanitarian situation" on the border.
President Barack Obama is nominating former Procter and Gamble executive Robert McDonald to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Congressional investigators say they've found emails that show former IRS official Lois Lerner once suggested a possible audit of Republican Sen. Charles Grassley.
The U.S. Supreme Court has unanimously voted to limit the president's power to bypass Congress and make recess appointments to government positions.
House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, is considering a lawsuit against President Barack Obama, accusing him of ignoring the law and "aggressive unilateralism."
A majority of Americans don't believe the IRS accidentally lost thousands of emails tied to a congressional probe of the agency's targeting of Tea Party and other groups.
In Mississippi, six-term Republican Sen. Thad Cochran barely beat Chris McDaniel in a runoff election to win the nomination.
Rep. Frank Wolf, R-Va., rebuked his own church denomination for changing its stance on marriage.
There was a time when it wasn't odd to hear a U.S. president praying over the airwaves. Soon the prayer of Franklin Roosevelt may be added to the WWII Memorial.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled to limit the Environmental Protection Agency's overreaching global warming regulations.
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen brushed aside accusations the agency has obstructed investigations into the targeting of Tea Party and other groups.
The annual event is an opportunity for politicians to make their case for presidential candidacy in front of a very important voting bloc in America: evangelical Christians.
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen faces a grilling before a House panel Friday over the agency's claim that it lost emails that are key to the investigation of the Tea Party targeting scandal.
Republicans have elected Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., to replace Rep. Eric Cantor, who is resigning his post surprise defeat earlier this month.
Americans are finally getting an official look at the inside of government facilities, which are currently overflowing with hundreds of unaccompanied minors.
The Internal Revenue Service says it lost two years of emails from former IRS division director Lois Lerner.
President Barack Obama is praising an executive order he plans to sign soon that expands protections for federal lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender workers.
Democrats are scrambling to push the president's judicial nominees through as the party faces November elections where they could lose control of the Senate
The White House has been urging local police to hide details about their use surveillance technology to access phone data from entire neighborhoods.
America has become increasingly divided along political lines over the past 20 years, according to a Pew Research survey.
Two days after House Majority Leader Eric Cantor's primary loss, lawmakers are scrambling to decide who will take his place when he steps down.
House lawmakers are accusing the IRS of giving 1.1 million pages of confidential documents of tax-exempt organizations to the FBI without a court order.
Rep. Eric Cantor is expected to resign his post as House majority leader effective July 31, GOP officials said.
President Barack Obama will allow millions more student loan borrowers to tap into the Federal "pay as you earn" program, he announced Monday.
Critics of President Barack Obama's foreign policy say his top security advisors know more about political campaigning than running the country.
When it comes to choosing a GOP presidential nominee, the laundry list just gets longer. One name that's gained traction is Indiana Gov. Mike Pence.
It's still two years away, but the GOP is already shopping for a city to host their 2016 convention. The field has been narrowed to four, with Dallas leading the pack.
Senate Republicans proposed a bill Tuesday that would enable veterans to get the medical care they need.
The Republican push to take control of the U.S. Senate is gaining strength following Tuesday's primary results.
The White House is asking Congress for more money to address the surge of migrant children crossing the Mexican border without their parents.
The National Security Agency is collecting millions of images of people from the Internet.