Questions about whether Clinton signed such a document have swirled since the revelation of her use of a personal email account for government-related work.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked the United States and President Barack Obama for aiding Israel, but warned of the threat that Iran poses to Israel’s survival.
Critics have charged that House Speaker John Boehner ignored protocol by inviting Netanyahu without first consulting the president and that the speech opens the Capitol up to Israeli politics.
House Speaker John Boehner called Rep. Michael Grimm’s announcement that he will be resigning from Congress after pleading guilty to tax evasion “the honorable decision.”
The House has given sweeping bipartisan approval to a budget bill backed by both President Barack Obama, his Democratic allies and a big majority of the chamber’s Republicans.
With his image battered amid the botched rollout of his signature health care law, President Barack launched a campaign Tuesday to defend the Affordable Care Act.
Millions of people have received cancellation notices, despite Obama’s repeated pledges that people who liked their insurance plans could keep them.
Imagine how social security was first administered. Now imagine how the Affordable Care Act could look in 75 years.
Gay rights advocates hailed the bipartisan, 64-32 vote as a historic step although it could prove short-lived.
Thousands of furloughed federal workers returned to work across the country Thursday after 16 days off the job due to the partial government shutdown.
The deal would reopen the government through Jan. 15 and increase the nation’s borrowing authority through Feb. 7.
Senate leaders have taken control of efforts to avert a Treasury default and end the partial shutdown of the federal government.
Senators put faith in party leaders Sunday to devise a plan that would reopen the government and steer clear of a potential default this week.
Some of New York’s political heavyweights voiced their frustration Sunday over the partial government shutdown, which entered its sixth day.
President Barack Obama said House Speaker John Boehner is preventing a vote on a funding bill because he doesn’t want to anger “extremists” in his party.