National Security Advisor Susan Rice may have reopened an administration credibility gap with her statement about Bowe Bergdahl's "battlefield" capture by the Taliban.
The House of Representatives early Friday morning voted to halt federal law enforcement against medical marijuana in states that have legalized the practice.
"We were a clear demonstration that official channels didn't work," said William Binney, one of a trio of National Security Agency employees who tired to "blow the whistle" on the NSA's domestic surveillance activities.
Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday Edward Snowden should "man up" and come home to face charges.
The United States will continue to lead the world without stumbling into military misadventures, President Obama said in a commencement address at West Point Wednesday.
Plans to build a massive new headquarters for the Department of Homeland Security on the grounds of an insane asylum have run up against fiscal reality.,
Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) picked the eve of the Memorial Day weekend to incur the wrath of veterans organizations with an "Open letter to America's Veterans."
The chief of CIA operations in Kabul was identified by name on Saturday when a White House list of U.S. officials taking part in President Obama's surprise visit to U.S. troops in Afghanistan was released to the press.
The top Democrat in the U.S Senate said President Obama will have to act to stop deportations if the House doesn't pass immigration reform legislation by the end of summer.
A Manchester, N.H., history teacher said earlier this week he helped write the Common Core standards so that minority students could have the same opportunity to learn to read as he had as a privileged "white male."