Senator Ted Cruz says the President is abusing his powers but doesn't know how.
Lawmakers are proposing black boxes to be installed in future car models to track mileage. We would then pay a tax on those miles driven.
The bill would allow states to drug-test applicants and would end government waivers that have allowed able-bodied adults without dependents to receive food stamps indefinitely.
Another government shutdown looms because of Congress' inability to get along.
Clowns just became scarier to some people. A spectator at the Missouri State Fair likens rodeo clown's Obama act to a KKK rally.
The latest elections signal a Shiite drawback in Kuwait, and in the same time, the strenghtening of liberal elements and some sunni Islamist parties as well.
The European Union's decision to list the group as a terrorist organization means that Hezbollah’s assets are to be frozen, and have other implications.
Anthony Weiner takes crude photos of himself...again. Only this time as Carlos Danger.
The President ends his silence and speaks openly about the Zimmerman trial saying that Trayvon Martin could've been him.
Illinois passes concealed gun law, which means all 50 states now allow conceal-carry.
In their latest blunder, the IRS exposed thousands of social security numbers.
Congress allowed student loan rates to double last week, but hopefully the July 4 recess gave them time to think on their mistake--and how to fix it.
Iranian President elect Hassan Rouhani seeks international dialogue in order to boost Iran's relations with the West and gain some leverage on the sanctions against the country.
Wendy Davis' effort may have been all for naught.
The Iranian elections have come to an end and finished with the victory of Hassan Rouhani. For most, it means that moderation wins over extremism in Iran.
The Obama administration will provide military aid to Syrian rebels after officials discovered that President Bashar al-Assad has in fact used chemical weapons against them.
The ongoing riots in Istanbul downtown pushed the Taksim in turmoil. Aggression is growing, and vandalism is also incessant as people's demands keep rising.
As we approach the designated date of Iranian elections, Iran’s electoral field is sinking. Two candidates withdrew from the race, leaving six.
In the edge of the elections, Iranian foreign policy debates take a major part of the media coverage of the event as the candidates share accusations.
A top-secret court order has given the FBI and NSA millions of phone records.
Turkey’s protests continue since days over a public space reconstruction plan. As aggression grows, questions arise whether Taksim will be the new Tahrir.
Is Bradley Manning a turncoat or a hero? The courts will finally decide.
Iran's electoral regulations strictly limit who can run for the presidential elections, to be hold June 14th. Only eight candidates qualify out of a field of 686.
Ricin letters were used to protest gun control.
Islamic Banking seemed to be significantly more resilient to the crisis then Western banks. Will this make it a good alternative to get out of the crisis?
It turns out that the US Treasury was already aware of the IRS probe before news leaked out.
Joe Biden and a 7-year old put their heads together and may have come up with a solution to gun violence.
As the intensity of the civil war does not seem to decrease, would it be time for the international community to consider military intervention in Syria?
Once again, the Palestinian Hamas rejects the new peace initiative that could be the solution for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, going on since 1948.
The White House joins Tumblr in an effort to continue to be an open and up to date administration.