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President Barack Obama spoke with German Chancellor Angela Merkel about Ukraine on Friday, voicing deep concern about Russia's military intervention, the White House said.
Sen. Rand Paul brought the house down at one of the country's largest summits for grassroots conservatives with a stinging indictment of President Obama and an impassioned plea to defend civil liberties.
Don't talk about Monica Lewinsky. That was former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee's message to fellow Republicans as he spoke to reporters at CPAC.
Jason Carter, a grandson of former President Jimmy Carter, secured the Democratic nomination for governor in Georgia.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel hasn't read the military's studies of Vladimir Putin’s body language, the Pentagon said Friday,
Senate Democrats plan an all-night session on Monday to talk about climate change.
As Texas' current population ages, the state could quickly shift from the GOP to the Democratic Party.
OXON HILL, Md. --Don't talk about Monica Lewinsky. That was former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee's message to fellow Republicans as he spoke to reporters at the Conservative Political Action Conference. Mr. Huckabee, who is entertaining...Show More Summary
The Navy’s modern-day equivalent of its swift-boat force is opening itself to women.
U.S. officials have embraced sanctions and visa restrictions to punish Russia over the crisis in Ukraine. Now, two U.S. senators want to hurt Russian President Vladimir Putin where it could really sting: on the soccer pitch.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry praised conservative governors and called for “a little rebellion on the battlefield of ideas” at CPAC 2014.
The Obama administration's 2015 budget request for all U.S. spy agencies is $3.9 billion less than last year, reflecting the latest round of war-weary funding cuts to national security.
Attendees of the annual Conservative Political Action Conference Thursday shared with the WSJ their thoughts on the 2016 presidential race. Watch the video to hear their views.
A trio of math and finance professors has created a computerized program to test whether regulators listen to the public when crafting new regulations. The simple answer: Yes.
The Journal's morning rundown of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation, defense and more.
Before New Hampshire voters begin relishing their role as early vetters of 2016 presidential candidates, they may be hosting a marquee Senate race in 2014--if the GOP finds a contender with a fighting chance.
Millennials voted for President Barack Obama in big numbers but have little attachment to the Democratic Party, according to a new survey that paints a picture of a generation that differs in striking ways from their older cohorts.
For many families, the penalty for not having health-insurance coverage will run a lot higher than the $95 figure often cited -- and it could run into the five figures in some cases.
The slew of regulations released by the Obama administration Wednesday to implement the federal health law included confirmation that some labor unions and businesses would get a break from the law's so-called belly button tax.
President Barack Obama updated the press Thursday afternoon on the United States's efforts to address the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. Here is the text of Mr. Obama's remarks.