The Senate overwhelmingly passed legislation permanently overhauling how Medicare pays physicians late Tuesday in a rare show of near-unanimity from Congress.
Texoma Congressman Mac Thornberry is in Kiev today and urged President Obama to provide arms to Ukraine, calling its conflict with pro-russian separatists "the most significant threat to peace since the end of WWII."
President Obama announced Tuesday that the U.S. will keep nearly 10,000 troops in Afghanistan through the end of the year, hitting pause on the scheduled drawdown after Afghan President Ashraf Ghani voiced security concerns.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday announced the U.S. will not reduce troop levels in Afghanistan by the end of 2015, despite the president's previous pledge to cut the number by half.
Obamacare turns five years old Monday.
The Obama administration unveils the first major nationwide safety restrictions on fracking.
President Obama signed an executive order establishing the Student Aid Bill of Rights.
A Policing Task Force formed after the high-profile deaths of two unarmed men at the hands of police officers, met Monday at the White House with President Obama.
Ted Cruz delivered a blistering broadside against President Obama on Thursday, describing him as a "lawless" leader.
President Obama has officially vetoed a bill to approve the Keystone XL pipeline, marking his third rejection of congressionally approved legislation during his six years in office.
The Department of Justice will ask a higher court to stay a Texas judge's ruling that put on hold plans to provide deportation deferrals to people here illegally.
On the final day of a White House summit, Obama outlined a three point plan for countering violent extremism around the world.
President Obama says notion that America is at war with Islam is an "ugly lie" used to promote extremism.
President Barack Obama addressed the White House summit on combating the spread of violent extremism .
President Obama issues new orders to combat increasing cyber crimes and data breaches.
President Obama's request for expanded war powers to take on ISIS faces resistance on Capitol Hill.
President Obama says he doesn't need the approval of congress to widen the war against ISIS beyond airstrikes.
President Obama delivers a statement on the legislation he sent to Congress to authorize the use of military force against ISIS.
President Obama is expected to formally ask Congress to use military force to go after ISIS.
The U.S. government is creating a new agency to monitor cybersecurity threats, pooling and analyzing information on a spectrum of risks, a senior Obama administration official said on Tuesday.