GOP Representatives have unveiled a massive $1 trillion-plus spending package despite a plea from the White House for additional talks over a number of provisions opposed by President Barack Obama.
The U.S. military’s December 31 deadline for exiting Iraq is fast-approaching and may leave the airspace over the country vacant, helping put Israel in a better place strategically to strike Iran’s nuclear facilities.
Only a few days after top officials from the U.S. Postal Service said they were moving forward with closing mail-sorting facilities nationwide, the agency halted the plans due to pressure from members of Congress.
The Administration of President Barack Obama will cut the number of National Guard troops who are patrolling the U.S.-Mexico border by at least half.
A Federal judge in Brooklyn is poised to hear arguments concerning the decisions made by the government over the access teenage girls are given to morning-after contraceptive pills.
Senate and House negotiators struck a deal that gives the military first crack at holding suspected al-Qaida terrorists who are caught in the U.S., setting up a showdown with President Barack Obama who had said he may veto the bill.
As the end of the U.S. troop withdrawal from Iraq approaches, President Barack Obama and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki will meet in Washington to discuss the next phase of the relationship between the two nations.
Although American officials have continued to insist that neither weaponry nor technology brought down a U.S. drone over Iran, a former U.S. ambassador said if reports are true that Russia provided jamming equipment to the country, the situation becomes much worse.
The President Barack Obama Administration is in the middle of a legal battle against a patchwork of State laws that target illegal immigrants, and now the Supreme Court will enter the ring.
Though family doctors should help patients take steps to prevent diabetes, they’re failing to help them avoid this crippling disease. The risk factors are well-known, but a study at Queen Mary, University of London, shows that family doctors aren’t paying sufficient attention to their patients who are at risk.