Two U.S. Secret Service officers are under investigation and have been demoted from President Barack Obama's security detail after being accused of sexual misconduct.
Frank Keating, the head of the American Bankers Assn. and a former Republican governor, is calling on his party to pass comprehensive immigration reform and lend their support to the bipartisan Senate immigration bill. According to him, it's what GOP party hero Ronald Reagan would do.
A new report by the Office of Special Counsel alleges that Department of Homeland Security staff abused overtime pay by not working during overtime hours.
President Obama's job approval rating has fallen to its lowest point since he took office.
President Obama is considering enforcing a ban on the National Security Agency's monitoring of allied heads of state.
The Affordable Care Act has been a hot topic of debate since House Republicans shutdown the federal government in an attempt to undercut the law and a website glitch that impaired its debut on October 1.
Republican groups have stepped up their efforts in lobbying House GOP members to pass an immigration reform bill.
President Obama praised progressive Brooklyn high school P-TECH on Friday. But does NYC democratic mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio agree with Obama's plan for education reform?
The spokesperson for the Department of State, Marie Harf, confirmed today, Thursday, October 25, the kidnapping of two Americans during an act of piracy which took place off the coast of Nigeria.
President Obama will visit P-TECH, a progressive school in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, on Friday.
President Obama called on the House of Representative to pass immigration reform this year, calling it the 'smart thing to do.'
Despite President Obama's deal to end the shutdown and raise the debt limit, his approval rating has dropped to 44.5 percent in his 19th quarter, and continues to drop.
In a new CNN/ORC poll, a majority of Americans said that congressional Republicans do not deserve re-election, and that House Speaker John Boehner should be replaced.
A new Gallup poll released Saturday reveals that President Obama's public opinion numbers have been down throughout his second-term, averaging around 44.5 percent.
Obama has called in computer experts to fix the glitches on the website for the new health insurance marketplace, HealthCare.gov. The glitches have been hindering consumers from participating in the exchange.