President Obama will hold a news conference Friday to discuss rising energy prices.
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.) will attend the launch of the space shuttle Endeavor in April, says spokesman C.J. Karamargin, according to CNN.
The White House declined to condemn the controversial hearing on Capitol Hill about American Muslims and the threat of "homegrown" terrorism Thursday.
President Obama and the first lady spoke out against bullying Thursday, urging parents, schools and community leaders to look for ways to address a problem that they say has gotten worse in the age of the internet and social networking.
With the news of Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post political reporter and columnist David S. Broder's death, many in Washington and throughout the country (and from across the political spectrum) are paying tribute to the man who helped define political journalism since the 1960s. Here's a roundup:
Administration officials, including President Obama, will speak about bullying and the importance of preventing it in a four-hour conference at the White House that will also include feedback from experts on bullying.
The White House released the following statement on the death of Washington Post reporter and...
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich conducted an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network to speak about his past indiscretions, the coming presidential race and the threat to "Judeo-Christian society."
A Washington Post story Monday on GOP efforts to push new voting laws is getting...
After weeks of speculation and controversy, Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) released Monday night the names of witnesses for his first House hearing on domestic radicalization among American Muslims.
Collette Fraley, a history teacher at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Va., changed careers about...
Reports that the FBI has arrested a teenager who has sent threatening letters to former Alaska governor Sarah Palin are wrong.
Discussions this Sunday centered on the increasing violence in Libya, the battle to pass a 2011 budget and the 2012 elections.
In an appearance on CNN's State of the Union" Sunday, Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.), chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, defended his plan to hold hearings on radical Islam next week. Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.), a practicing Muslim who plans to testify at the hearings, also joined King.