Hours before the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act was set to become law, Obama vetoed the bill Friday — but Congress may well override his veto.
Trump first put on his "birther" hat in March 2011, dutifully courted by both daytime and primetime media.
On Thursday, the State Department released to VICE News an index summarizing the subject matter of the emails Clinton exchanged with Obama from her private email server.
By Agnes Walton
The first Atlantic Marine Monument off the northeast coast of the US has rifts as deep as the Grand Canyon and underwater mountains more than 7,000 feet high
A new government report says at least four released Guantanamo Bay detainees have "returned to terrorist activities" in the first half of 2016.
US lawmakers are once again trying to use the annual defense spending bill to block the transfer of Guantanamo Bay detainees who have been cleared for release.
"Reagan saw America as a shining city on a hill," he said whereas Trump sees it as "a divided crime scene."
The deal, reportedly worth $3.8 billion a year for 10 years, will stipulate that Israel spend more of its aid money with US defense contractors.
There are "things that may seem unlawful in letters on a page but when we look at them morally, when we look at them ethically," he said, "these were vital things."
Kim Jong-un’s regime has repeatedly made a mockery of international sanctions designed to stop the country’s development of nuclear weapons.
By Joshua Hersh
9/11 families are looking for compensation, but a little newspaper in Florida wants to know what the feds aren't telling us.
The spat began on Monday when a reporter asked how he planned to explain to Obama his support for more than 2,000 extrajudicial killings of drug suspects.
By Tess Owen
Tuesday's announcement brings the president's total number of clemencies to 673 — more than those granted by the last 10 presidents combined.
The Republican nominee will likely be briefed at FBI headquarters in New York by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
Mark Bertolini told the Department of Justice that if the merger was rejected, his company might pull out of state healthcare exchanges.
Fifteen Gitmo detainees have been transferred to the United Arab Emirates — the largest single release of detainees from the facility during Barack Obama's presidency.
By Ruby Samuels
The complaint accuses the Obama administration of turning public institutions "into laboratories for a massive social experiment."
The GOP nominee again blamed the media for taking his comments at face value.