Proclaiming illegal immigration "an invasion of our country," the president vows to appropriate billions of dollars via executive action.
The compromise prevents shutdown but ignites a new confrontation over the president's authority to unilaterally siphon money for his wall.
As the White House refuses to rule out another shutdown, negotiators clash over a new hurdle for a border security compromise in Congress.
The congresswoman has been accused of anti-Semitism, but her tweets reveal an inconvenient truth about AIPAC's influence in Washington.
It won’t be easy, and its prospects are still hazy, but a new movement for a real people’s party is forming in the U.S.
"The state of our union is strong," the president said during Tuesday's speech on Capitol Hill.
Democratic Reps. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Ilhan Omar of Minnesota have fielded criticism for their defense of Palestinian rights.
Political activist Ralph Nader calls on an empowered Democratic Party to launch a series of bold new investigations in the House.
Land managers will sell oil and gas leases in New Mexico and Oklahoma near sites of cultural and religious significance to Native Americans.
Elliott Abrams distinguished himself under President Reagan with his willingness to defend Latin American genocide and death squads.