Hillary Rodham Clinton says the fatal shooting of an unarmed Missouri teenager and the violent protests that followed resulted from frayed bonds of trust in his racially divided community.
Democratic members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus slammed House Republicans Friday for changes they made to border security legislation after GOP leaders were forced to abandon a vote Thursday in the face of tea party opposition.
One unidentified senator just wanted catch his flight home on Thursday night as the Senate worked through a series of procedural motions and votes. Caught on a clerk's microphone, he tells the clerk it is time for "summer vacation." "We have a plane home ... [at] 9:30," the senator says. "Bags are packed, ready to go ... leaving on a jet plane."
Even after a century the effects of World War I still directly shape the world today. AEI's David Adesnik examines how civil war in Ukraine, violence in the Middle East, and America's role in the world can all be traced back to the the Great War.
Natalie Tennant, a Democrat and Senate candidate from West Virginia, stands up for coal jobs.
The July unemployment rate is up .1% from June. What does this mean for the broader U.S. economy?
The U.S. and Europe moved beyond months of warning shots and plunged into a new phase in their economic and diplomatic standoff with Russia, taking aim directly at the Russian economy.
A panel, including Charles Krauthammer, discusses the Obama administration's involvement in the Israel and Palestine conflict, and why Krauthammer believes John Kerry made it worse by going to Israel and proposing a cease-fire that the Israeli cabinet voted unanimously against.
ABC Chief White House Correspondent Jon Karl asks Press Secretary Josh Earnest if the W.H. coordinated with the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee on impeachment. Since the W.H. announced their concern with the possibility of impeachment, there has been an extremely successful fundraising drive.
A monitoring groups said on Friday that Islamic State, the al Qaeda splinter group which has seized parts of Syria and Iraq, has told activists in Syria's Deir al-Zor province they must swear allegiance to it and submit to censorship.
The CDC issued its first high-level travel warning in more than a decade following a deadly outbreak of the ebola virus in three African nations. Meanwhile, American aid workers are being flown in to help stop the spread.
Bloomberg has on Alan Krueger, former chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors, to share his view on the political fight over immigration and As Congress fails to pass a border bill.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday that Israel will destroy the Hamas tunnel network in the Gaza Strip "with or without a cease-fire," as the military called up another 16,000 reservists to pursue its campaign in Gaza.
Today, Speaker John Boehner pinned the blame for the child migrant crisis at the Southern border on President Obama. "Where's the president's proposal?" Boehner asked, responding to a question about whether Obama should act unilaterally to address the influx of child migrants. "The president says, give me $3.7 billion, but don't do anything to address the real problem on the border. ... I think that's totally irresponsible." House Republicans called an emergency 3 p.m. meeting and said votes are still possible before jetting out of town for the August recess.