In the wake of the government shutdown, Boehner takes aim at the far right.
Lawmakers raise questions about secret Iran talks
WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawmakers are raising questions about the secret U.S. diplomacy with Iran that led to last month's nuclear breakthrough, demanding greater transparency and expressing disappointment at being left in the dark.
Photographer on Michelle Obama's reaction to selfie: 'Photos can lie'
The photographer who captured President Barack Obama participating in a selfie at Nelson Mandela's memorial service on Tuesday insists Michelle Obama's stern reaction seen in the photo was not directed at her husband.
It started last Friday night at around 10 p.m. Karen Perrin was alone at her downtown Washington, D.C., office, working late to finish up some last-minute travel plans for her boss. She called her husband, former Redskins Running Back Lonnie Perrin, to let him know...
Tea Party Super PAC predicts a "bar room brawl" inside GOP in 2014
The Madison Project’s Drew Ryun calls for remaking the Republican Party.
Yanukovych urges talks after Ukrainian protesters force police from square
Ukrainian demonstrators on Wednesday forced riot police to retreat after a pre-dawn raid on their protest camp, in a blow to the authority of President Viktor Yanukovych who called for talks after nearly three weeks of rallies. International pressure mounted on the embattled leader, with EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton meeting with Yanukovych twice over the past two days and US Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland telling the president the attempted police crackdown was "inadmissable". Yanukovych vowed late Wednesday that the authorities would never use force against peaceful protests and urged the opposition to sit down for talks. "For the sake of achieving compromise I am calling on the opposition not to reject (talks), not to follow the path of confrontation and ultimatums," Yanukovych said in a statement.