President says potential mass chemical attack is a “grave concern” but no immediate intervention
Hundreds claimed dead, but experts don’t expect change in Obama’s cautious policy
Polls predict the popular Newark mayor will easily win his Senate primary tonight. Poor guy
Washington’s influence-peddlers are increasingly taking their skills to state, local and even foreign governments.
Unable to fully secure most facilities, but unwilling to shut them down, State chooses to shut them down temporarily in risky situations
Rand Paul’s attempt to stop aid to Egypt is likely to fail today in the Senate.
WikiLeaks claims Snowden as one of its own
When women make up 20% of the Senate, they can make themselves heard
Iran’s President-elect is an insider, a moderate and a mystery.
The White House last week said the U.S. will start arming certain Syrian opposition groups with light weapons, moving to intervene in that country’s bloody civil war. The question now is how deeply America will become involved in …
Ideas include reforming top-secret clearance process, an NSA internal affairs unit and regular reviews of old clearances.
After the Senate voted last night to debate the Gang of Eight’s comprehensive immigration reform bill, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham talks about what’s next.
TIME speaks with two members of the Russian dissident girl band Pussy Riot as their videos and music are banned in Russia.