Inside Texas' New Family-Friendly Detention Center for the Undocumented
The new 532-bed building is the first facility built with families in mind.
Lawmakers Summoned Back to DC as Border Bill Hangs In Balance
Lawmakers departing for the August recess are now being told “not so fast."
Why Political E-Mails Are Getting Even Weirder
Like car salesmen itchy to make quota, campaign emails ooze with desperation.
Cory Booker Brings Selfie Obsession to the Senate
Booker is trying to make D.C. selfies cool again, one senator at a time.
2014's Weirdest And Wackiest Campaign Ads So Far
These unusual ads are raising eyebrows in Washington and beyond.
Who Wore It Best? Seersuckers In The Senate
After a two-year hiatus, Seersucker Thursday is back in the Senate.
Russia's Deputy Prime Minister Taunts Obama Like a 5th Grader
Dmitry Rogozin's tweet pretty much sums up the Kremlin's opinion of Washington.
Congress Approves $15 Billion VA Deal
The money is earmarked to institute reforms at the beleaguered agency.
Senate Republicans Block $2.7 Billion Border-Funding Bill
Money was to deal with crisis of minors illegally entering the U.S.
Driving While Stoned: Congress Searches for a Test Standard
There is currently no uniform way to measure how stoned someone is.
Michelle Obama: Veteran Homelessness 'Should Horrify Us'
Calls housing homeless veterans a "moral and patriotic duty."
More Than 100 Protesters Arrested Outside White House
Clergy and activists protested the deportation of undocumented immigrants.
CIA Apologizes for Searching Senate Intel Committee Computers
CIA Director John Brennan has apologized to the leadership of the Senate Intelligence Committee after the CIA’s Inspector...
Six Top Democrats Who Aren't So Ready For Hillary
Some major Democrats stay distant from Clinton's presidential prospects.
Behind-The-Scenes On The President's Asia Trip
Here's what life is like inside the presidential bubble.
The Clintons Are Beatable And Other Lessons From the Primaries
What last night's key contests taught us about the 2014 midterm cycle.
Obama Signs Executive Order Amid GOP Lawsuit
President takes action on federal contractors despite Republican lawsuit accusing Obama of sidestepping Congress.
House GOP Votes to Sue President Obama
The president and Democrats call the proposed lawsuit a political stunt.
John McCain Says US, FIFA Should Reconsider Russian World Cup
The Arizona senator says he'd like to see the US and others reconsider the location of the 2018 World Cup.
Obama Pushing Congress to Focus on the Economy After GDP Increased 4 Percent in the 2nd Quarter
President Obama is urging Congress to make the economy a high priority after the hefty increase in the 2nd quarter.
Obama: New Round of Sanctions Doesn't Mean 'New Cold War'
European Union, United States make stand against Russia's support of rebel forces in Ukraine.
Boehner Calls Obama Impeachment Talk a 'Scam'
Speaker of the House denies plans to oust President Obama.
President Obama Announces New Sanctions on Russia
The European Union joins the United States making a stand against Russia's actions in Ukraine.
Boehner Calls Impeachment 'A Scam Started By Democrats'
"We have no plans to impeach the president," Boehner told ABC News' Jeff Zeleny. Democrats are just "trying to rally their...
President Obama Before He Was a Senator Speaks at the 2004 DNC
Future president speaks about his hope for the country and his support for John Kerry and John Edwards.
John Kerry on Israel, Palestine Talks: 'What's the Alternative?'
The secretary of state discusses the US's "efforts to bring peace to areas of conflict."
Michelle Obama Tries Tai Chi in China
As she enters her 50s, a look at the first lady's life and times.