While describing the counterterrorism operation that killed two Al-Qaeda hostages, President Obama avoided using the word "drone."
Ahead of this year's White House Correspondents' Dinner, Newsy looks back at some of the more memorable moments from previous dinners.
Ray-Ban has asked Rand Paul to remove the company's sunglasses branded with his logo from his campaign website.
By a 56-43 vote, the U.S. Senate has confirmed Loretta Lynch as the nation's first black female U.S. attorney general.
Hillary Clinton has been running for president for less than two weeks, but is facing mounting criticism for The Clinton Foundation's funding sources.
As a U.S. senator, Barack Obama pledged to use the term "genocide" to describe the mass killings of Armenians. As president, he's avoided the word.
The president's visiting the Florida Everglades on Earth Day to talk about climate change in a state whose governor has doubted its existence.
A bipartisan agreement on a surprisingly controversial sex trafficking bill has cleared the way for the U.S. Senate to vote on Loretta Lynch.
After the Oklahoma City bombing, the U.S. announced a new push to tackle domestic terrorism. After 9/11, the focus shifted to foreign threats.
President Obama's pick for U.S. Attorney General has waited months for Senate confirmation. It's a long delay but far the longest in history.
A Congressional agreement could give Obama the power to fast track trade deals — a crucial step towards signing free trade deals with other nations.
Since her announcement, Hillary Clinton has come under scrutiny for a range of issues from Clinton Foundation donations to her tipping habits.
Same-sex marriage as an “Issue” is remarkable and important. It is remarkable because public attitudes have evolved with…
The younger Rand Paul has made it clear his views fall short of Ron’s libertarianism, but they do share similarities.
The Supreme Court will consider two questions: First, does the Constitution require states to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples?…