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Anderson discusses security incidents at the White House with Washington Post's Carol Leonnig & former agent Dan Bongino.
Rep. Mark Meadows talks about a bill that he introduced to ban federal employees from watching pornography at work.
Five weeks before the November midterm elections, voters give Democrats an edge over Republicans, according to a CNN/ORC poll released Tuesday.
The man who jumped the White House fence earlier this month and breached the mansion's doors actually made it farther than originally thought, Rep. Jason Chaffetz confirmed Monday to CNN.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie blasted Democrat Mary Burke on Monday, saying the Wisconsin gubernatorial hopeful can't be trusted after her campaign hired a political consultant who appeared to plagiarize parts of her job plan from other candidates.
ISIS, a top intelligence official said more than a year ago, has "ruthlessly grown in effectiveness."
With the United States now launching airstrikes in Syria -- the seventh country bombed under the Obama administration—debate over foreign policy has once again ballooned, pitting the interventionist hawks against non-interventionist doves.
Sen. John McCain slammed President Barack Obama on Monday over his comments that U.S. intelligence underestimated ISIS.
New grandmother Hillary Clinton was presented with a slew of gifts, mostly books, for her baby granddaughter, Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky, Monday afternoon at a private New York City fundraiser for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
The formula is well known in presidential politics: Help campaign for your party's candidates in the midterms, run for president two years later.
Americans are steadfastly opposed to sending U.S. ground troops to fight ISIS in Iraq and Syria, but an overwhelming number of people continue to support the U.S.-led airstrikes against the terrorist group, a new CNN/ORC International poll shows.
President Barack Obama, over the last two years, has seen his top two former national security Cabinet officials critique his foreign policy decision in Syria. Now the President has gently pushed back in an interview with CBS' "60 Minutes" that aired on Sunday.
Ben Bradlee, the former top editor of The Washington Post who oversaw the paper's coverage of the Watergate scandal, is in hospice care as his health has declined over the last six weeks, his wife said in a C-SPAN interview.
As military operations against ISIS continue, there is a less visible, but no less important, diplomatic front, as the United States seeks to recruit new international members and keep Arab nations committed and willing to help strike both within Iraq and Syria.
Senator John McCain responds to President Obama's comments about underestimating the threat of ISIS.
A series of black eyes for the U.S. Secret Service -- including a new report that says supervisors mishandled a 2011 shooting incident at the White House -- should be viewed with the agency's broader mission in mind, a top White House official said on Sunday.
LZ Granderson says Obama was elected as a war-ending change agent, not a leader who would leave behind for his successor new engagement in Iraq and Syria. Is he as disappointed as the rest of us?