James Foley’s execution was “absolutely” a terrorist attack, Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes says.
Missouri teenager Michael Brown was shot and killed on Aug. 9.
“We will continue to pursue a long-term strategy to turn the tide against ISIL.”
“We don’t settle political differences with indictments in this country,” Perry says, the day after a Texas grand jury indicted him on two charges.
Violence continued Wednesday night in Missouri.
The president weighs in on the death of the Missouri teenager, as violence between protesters and police continues.
Tens of thousands of unaccompanied children have crossed the border this year. Many of them have been released to sponsors while they await immigration case hearings.
Headed back to D.C. again most likely.
Clinton has leased a new office in midtown Manhattan. HollywoodLife.com reports it overlooks Times Square.
Roberts has spent nearly $1.3 million vs. $769,875 to fend off a Tea Party challenge.
“It’s clear from the IG report that some very poor judgment was shown.”
August recess starts very, very soon.
House authorizes lawsuit over the employer mandate.
“We did not seek an impeachment of President Bush, because as an executive, he had his authority.”
A three-judge D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals panel ruled Affordable Care Act subsidies are illegal in the 36 states that didn’t build exchanges. Administration will seek a full review.