Obama said he is "frustrated" by leaders who want to run away from the problem.
Dems retain lead, but Republicans have cut into it.
The insult roiled U.S. and Israeli relations, sparking criticism from Republicans and Dems.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — Will they ever love Hillary here?
Democrats say their efforts to bring black voters to the polls are succeeding.
The Speaker is eyeing the largest GOP House majority in more than 50 years.
Military's quarantines should not be broadened to larger population, Earnest says.
Party strategists believe President Obama could do more to save the Senate.
Liberals assert that a 2016 nomination battle featuring two women would be a good thing.
Dominic Adesanya, 23, will undergo more psychiatric testing and treatment.
The government is grappling with how to handle returning healthcare workers.
A handful of likely freshmen could help the GOP reach out to female and minority voters.
Walker could be a real contender in 2016. But only if he wins reelection first.
GOP lawmakers are joining Dems who want to examine domestic violence in the league.
Kathryn Ruemmler asked the president not to select her to replace Holder.
Her emergence as an anti-bullying advocate has given Republicans a tantalizing opportunity.
Wasserman Schultz says Obama is campaigning in "competitive races" — but can't name one.
The group supports charges against a man accused of kicking the dogs.