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The White House on Tuesday will propose its budget plan, spelling out how it wants Congress to rework tax and spending policy to meet the White House's priorities. Here's what you need to know.
The G-7 leaders have issued this joint statement on Ukraine
President Barack Obama this week will renew his push to raise the federal minimum wage, an idea that has gained little traction with Republicans in Congress but may feature prominently in 2014 midterms.
A lawyer for former Internal Revenue Service official Lois Lerner said Sunday that she will decline to testify about IRS targeting of grassroots conservative groups, contradicting a top GOP lawmaker.
Secretary of State John Kerry called Russia’s troop movements into Ukraine an “incredible act of aggression” in an appearance on CBS’s “Face the Nation” and warned of economic and diplomatic consequences, as he made appearances on several Sunday morning talk shows.
The White House issued a statement after President Barack Obama spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin today for 90 minutes.
The latest on the crisis in Ukraine, cuts to the military and potential GOP contenders in 2016 will likely be in the spotlight on Sunday’s political talk shows. Here are the lineups, as compiled by the Associated Press.
Here is the full transcript of President Obama's remarks on Ukraine as provided by the White House. In the remarks Friday, he warned Russia against conducting a military intervention in Ukraine.
WASHINGTON—President Barack Obama on Friday will deliver a statement on the unrest in Ukraine at 4:45 p.m. ET, the White House said, hours after the Obama administration warned Russia that there would be grave consequences if Russia intervened in the conflict.
President Barack Obama was interrupted by a heckler Friday night who demanded of the president: "Tell us about your plans for nuclear war with Russia!"
The FCC officially canceled a survey of how communities get their news in the face of ongoing criticism.
The documents from the Clinton presidency contained a 1995 memo discussing ways to improve First Lady Hillary Clinton’s image.
In 1993, the White House staff offers Hillary Clinton advice on dealing with Congress.
In a October 12, 1995 memo, speechwriter David Shipley wrote some of President Bill Clinton's top advisers and emphasized the need for the president to address racism. "The whole country is waiting for the President to talk about the racial divide. If he does not step up to the plate, it will be seen as an abdication of leadership," Mr. Shipley wrote.
As Hillary Clinton laid the groundwork for her Senate bid, an adviser offered several style pointers, including be "real," be funny -- and "don't be defensive."
Thousands of pages of records from the Clinton presidency are being made public this afternoon. Here is our live blog.
Thousands of pages of records from the Clinton presidency will be made public Friday. Here is a quick Q&A on the release.
Some in the financial industry are saying Ways and Means Chairman Dave Camp flip-flopped in his new tax-overhaul plan by raising taxes on investment managers’ partnership profits.