President Obama's authority to use force against the Islamic State is being called into question, but not all conflicts have been so contentious.
Senator Charles E. Schumer of New York may be Republicans' favorite Democrat these days.
The 37th annual Kennedy Center Honors featured a night of performances that occasionally seemed more roast than tribute — and much of the ribbing was reserved for President Obama.
Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, visited the White House Monday on his first trip to Washington.
Sam Kass, a personal chef to the Obama family who rose to become one of the first lady's top policy advisers, will step down at the end of the month, the Obama administration said on Monday.
Secretary of State John Kerry hosted a dinner at the State Department on Saturday for the Kennedy Center Honors, with guests like Sting and Bruno Mars.
The 113th Congress has plenty to do in what most lawmakers hope is its final week.
Another week of nationwide protests after another grand jury, this time in Staten Island, chose not to indict a white police officer who killed an unarmed black man. These protests will dominate the conversation on the Sunday shows.
British royalty will meet with American political royalty next week when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge descend on the East Coast to make the rounds and infuse New York with a dose of English glamour.
A look back at the week in politics.
The White House announced that President Obama will host Prince William in the Oval Office on Monday.
As of Thanksgiving, Ready for Hillary is in debt.
President Obama on Friday announced his selection of Ashton B. Carter to lead the Pentagon, White House officials said, embracing a physicist and national security centrist who may advocate a stronger use of American power.
Strong economic growth, reflected in the latest strong jobs report, holds the promise of continuing the steep, downward slope of the budget deficit and could ease animus between Republicans and the White House.
Stephen Colbert will interview President Obama as part of a live show at George Washington University.
There is a sense of optimism on Capitol Hill that a package of spending bills will pass.
In a visit to Canada, Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey said he would not second-guess the grand jury that declined to charge the police officer who killed Eric Garner in New York City.
Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey, on Twitter, says the Keystone XL pipeline "has now languished for way too long."
Former Senator Trent Lott urged Republican leaders not to follow the growing ranks of hard-line conservatives that often have called the shots, so the party can get things done with President Obama.
The House of Representatives has made its feelings about President Obama's executive action on immigration official, voting to block his reforms.