President Barack Obama is trying to turn the tables on Republicans who have criticized his administration's response to last year's deadly attack in Benghazi,
The ousted head of the Internal Revenue Service apologized to Congress on Friday for his agency's tougher treatment of tea party and other conservative groups
The leaders of a House panel told Attorney General Eric Holder on Wednesday that they had serious concerns about the Justice Department's gathering of phone
It's been a heated week on Capitol Hill as hearings continue on the 2012 Benghazi attack investigation. Here's a look at a few notable moments.
A University of Texas law student has made history and headlines recently by successfully firing the world’s first 3-D printed gun, but some lawmakers are
BEAUFORT, S.C. (AP) — One congressional candidate is a former Republican governor seeking redemption after his career imploded in a public saga involving lies, the Appalachian
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Mere months after the 2012 election, South Carolina is a buzz of political activity with a slate of potential presidential candidates already looking ahead
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is urging Republicans to work together to help the party take back the Senate next year, telling South Carolina Republicans that, in his
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The early stages of the 2016 presidential race feature an unusual cluster of high-powered potential candidates hailing from the same states, Wisconsin Gov.
Gen Y has been called lazy, haplessly doomed and politically apathetic. Why do they feel this way? Short answer: They just don't trust their leaders in
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford can't seem to escape attacks on the extramarital affair that derailed his political career, which he hopes to
WASHINGTON (AP) — Depending on whom you ask, Rep. Bob Goodlatte is either trying to stand in the way of landmark immigration legislation or he illustrates the new face of the GOP
WASHINGTON (AP) — The chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee said Sunday that the FBI is investigating in the United States and overseas to determine whether the
Congress easily approved legislation Friday ending furloughs of air traffic controllers that have delayed hundreds of flights daily, infuriating travelers and
WASHINGTON (AP) — Furloughed air traffic controllers will soon be heading back to work, ending a week of coast-to-coast flight delays that left thousands of travelers frustrated
The FAA has no choice but to cut $637 million as its share of $85 billion in automatic, government-wide spending cuts that must be achieved by the end of the