Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has switched places with N.J. Gov. Chris Christie in Iowa, according to a Quinnipiac presidential preference poll released Thursday.
President Obama met with Ukraine Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk in the Oval Office to discuss the threat to Ukraine's "territorial integrity and its sovereignty."
Attorney General Eric Holder gave his OK to a proposal for shorter prison sentences for nonviolent drug traffickers.
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee approved a bill to offer aid to Ukraine and impose sanctions on Russia for its incursion into Crimea.
The White House warned Russia on Wednesday that annexing the Crimean region of Ukraine would be illegal and a violation of numerous treaty obligations.
Bill O'Reilly and right-wing members of Congress are upset that President Obama appeared on 'Between Two Ferns' to plug the Affordable Care Act.
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer on Wednesday announced that she won't mount a legal challenge to run for a third term.
Congress will weigh some of the most significant U.S. sanctions on Russia since the end of the Cold War in an attempt to pressure Russia to remove its troops from Crimea.
Bipartisanship is eroding in the wake of Sen. Dianne Feinstein's allegations that the CIA's search of the dedicated computer system possibly violated the Constitution as well as federal law and an executive order that prohibits the agency from conducting domestic searches.
Secretary of State John Kerry says he will travel to London to meet Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Friday in a last-ditch bid to avert a new crisis over Ukraine.
NATO deployed a pair of surveillance planes Wednesday to monitor Ukraine's air space and Black Sea ship movements as Russia consolidated its military buildup in Crimea.
Republican David Jolly beat out Democrat Alex Sink to win a closely fought special election to replace the late Bill Young in Florida's 13th District.
The Senate Banking Committee has reached a housing reform deal, including the overhaul of mortgage lenders Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, leaders said Tuesday.
Biden stood by remarks this week in which he suggested Venezuela's government is using "armed vigilantes" against peaceful protesters and accused it of "concocting false and outlandish conspiracy theories" of U.S. involvement in the demonstrations.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein accused the CIA Tuesday of criminal activity in improperly searching a computer network set up for lawmakers investigating allegations that the agency tortured terror suspects during the Bush administration.