Sen Al Franken (D-MN) and Chuck Schumer run away from TRN's Jason Mattera's tough questions about their involvement in the IRS scandal.
Scott Rasmussen discusses the latest polling results on the DOJ's subpoena of AP reporters' phone records, the IRS targeting conservative organizations and Benghazi.
The Indian and Chinese premiers pledge to finally resolve a border dispute that has soured ties for decades, saying good relations between the two Asian giants were key to world peace.
When asked on Friday to give details on an upcoming peace summit, State Department Spokeswoman Jen Psaki awkwardly tried to dodge announcing the location of the international meeting. Psaki was informed by members of the press that President Obama and Secretary John Kerry had both announced or suggested the conference would be held in Geneva.
President Barack Obama: "That’s why I like getting out of the Washington echo chamber whenever I can – because too often, our politics aren’t focused on the same things you are. Working hard. Supporting your family and your community. Making sure your kids have every chance in life. More than anything, the American people make me optimistic about where we’re headed as a nation.
The president and CEO of The Associated Press says the government's seizure of AP phone records was 'unconstitutional' and has already had a chilling effect on newsgathering.
A DOJ inspector general report reveals the government temporarily lost track of ex-terrorists allowed into the witness protection program. The report says the department failed to provide names of some of them for a "no-fly" list. As a result, some of the terrorism-related witnesses were permitted on commercial flights.
Liberal Chick is back and as daft as ever. With mic and camera in tow she goes on a quest on a Ft. Lauderdale beach to find out who this "Ben Ghazi" guy is.
American combat troops are due to leave Afghanistan after next year and are training Afghans to take over security. CBS News caught up with one unit who rely on the trainees to take the lead on daily foot patrols.
CBS News' reports so-called "ship killer" missiles said to be an upgraded version of weapons Russia has been supplying to Syria for years. Report suggests it could raise Syria's capability to strike ships off its coast used to support any potential no-fly zone.
Federal authorities in Idaho said Thursday they have arrested an Uzbekistan national accused of conspiring with a designated terrorist organization in his home country and helping scheme to use a weapon of mass destruction.
State Department Spokeswoman Jen Psaki revealed on Thursday that the employees who were relieved of duty as a result of the Benghazi review board report are still drawing paychecks five months after their change of status. Psaki had no specifics on whether the employees were drawing paychecks from home or if they were required to come into work every day and responsible for different duties.
At least six people were killed and 30 wounded after a NATO convoy was attacked in Kabul, Afghanistan. A militant Muslim group is claiming responsibility.
During the House Judiciary committee hearing on Wednesday, Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee held up procedures to complain about a recording being played as part of evidence. Lee asked if the recording had been authenticated and then asked if Attorney General Eric Holder, who was the only witness during the hearing, was given notice of the recording before it played. After multiple attempts to shut down Congressman Issa's questioning, Lee was ruled out of order.
White House Spokesman Jay Carney told reporters on Wednesday that it was not a sign of a lack of leadership that the President and top officials are discovering scandals in the administration at the same time as the American people from press reports. "I would be interested to see what the reporting would be if it were otherwise," Carney said.
President Barack Obama says the acting commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service, Steven Miller, has submitted his resignation in the aftermath of an investigation that found the agency improperly targeted conservative groups.
The White House released internal e-mails that deal with the administration's public description of the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
Another member of the military who is supposed to stop sexual assaults is accused of sexual misconduct. A sergeant first-class at Fort Hood, Texas -- who had been responsible for handling sexual assault cases -- is under investigation for abusive sexual conduct.
A drone the size of a fighter jet took off from the deck of an American aircraft carrier for the first time Tuesday in a test flight that could open the way for the U.S. to launch unmanned aircraft from just about any place in the world.
Russia expelled a U.S. diplomat on Tuesday after saying he had been caught red-handed with disguises, special equipment and wads of cash as he tried to recruit a Russian intelligence agent to work for the CIA.
An escalating series of potential scandals has the White House in damage control mode. Administration officials are in the cross-hairs of a angry mainstream media awakened by a tri-fecta of scandals--the cover-up of deaths in Libya, political prosecution from the IRS and spying on the press by the Department of Justice.
Attorney General Eric Holder says he's ordered a Justice Department investigation into the Internal Revenue Service's targeting of conservative groups for extra tax scrutiny. He said the FBI was coordinating with the Department of Justice.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney: "What [the leaked email] showed was that Republicans who are leaking these emails that have been shared with Congress, didn't just do that, they decided to fabricate portions of an email and make up portions of an email in order to fit a political narrative.
The Justice Department secretly obtained two months of telephone records of reporters and editors for The Associated Press. The news cooperative filed a letter of protest on Monday calling the broad search of records "unprecedented."