U.S. Secretary of State and iconic rapper hang out at White House party
A pair of new reports highlights where the U.S. and China are making their respective investments in each other’s backyard.
The budget bill eases automatic cuts by restoring about $63 billion to the Pentagon and other domestic agencies
The majority of respondents agree it’s a ‘do-nothing’ Congress
Nation presses ahead with wholesale upgrade as cracks appear in its value and utility
Five years after a prostitution scandal, the former governor’s marriage takes a hit
As a Dec. 24 midnight enrollment deadline approached, the federal government announced Tuesday that HealthCare.gov logged some 2 million visits on Dec. 23. Consumers were scrambling to select plans before Christmas in order to get coverage that begins Jan. 1.
The high traffic volume caused HealthCare.gov’s queuing system to kick in …
Nineteen-year-old’s father will be the mayor of New York City beginning next week
Proponents are still optimistic, but it’s a far cry from the joy that accompanied its passing.
Snowden reflects on his goals in a wide-ranging interview with the Washington Post
Government seeking help so the President can speak to us pretty much instantly
The politicians with the biggest successes and worst stumbles of the past year
Anticipating a crush of Americans trying to sign up for health insurance by a midnight deadline on Monday, the Obama administration is giving consumers an extra 24 hours to select coverage.