"The Senate is in session when it says that it is."
Ahmed Abu Khattala was taken by American troops near Benghazi this weekend.
"Is him resigning going to get us to the bottom of the problem?" the speaker asked, as many of his members called for Shinseki's resignation.
It's one of the few areas where a big majority of Americans firmly believe they can make a difference.
At a Friday press conference, the New Jersey governor aggressively boosts a new report that clears his name in the scandal.
Crimea lawmakers, however, don't agree.
In contemporaneous statements, the president and the secretary of State pushed back on Putin's claims about what his country is doing in Ukraine.
In a state-by-state survey of well-being in the United States for 2013 by Gallup and Healthways, the South as a whole isn't looking too great.
Politicians aren't writing each other love notes, so we did it for them.
But will they be enough to satisfy critics?
The New Jersey governor held a marathon, 107-minutes-long press conference on the unfurling George Washington Bridge scandal.
Americans are really into dropping stuff. And what better way to ring out 2013 and welcome 2014 than by tossing a possum or two?
The president touched on everything from the NSA and Obamacare to the Olympics.
"Rescued snowmachiner says she didn't hallucinate wolves" and other run-ins between humans and animals above the 49th parallel.
The Tennessee Republican is "stunned" about his staffer, Ryan Loskarn.
The top line: $1.012 trillion.
A surprisingly good, robustly alcoholic recipe from Ike's personal kitchen.
Two senators are trying to promote the use of open-source textbooks.
The move allows him more leeway on nominees, but it will make it more difficult for him to do just about anything else.