President Obama expanded the campaign against ISIS to include airstrikes in Syria and more American advisers in Iraq, but he sought to distinguish the new action from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The two battle over Obama's ISIL strategy.
Although he said troops would not serve combat roles there, Obama announced he is sending another 475 service members to Iraq.
The Pentagon cannot stand up a new training program without a specific bill approving it.
Wildlife officials in Northern California say they have shot and killed a mountain lion they believe is the one that attacked a 6-year-old boy.
The conservative author and filmmaker could face 10 to 16 months in prison for illegally making $20,000 in donations to Wendy E. Long’s 2012 Senate campaign.
A committee hearing is scheduled to examine the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s execution and enforcement of safety laws, as well as its handling of the crisis that has engulfed General Motors.
An innovative type of loan in 2005 now stands as a roadblock to Detroit’s exit from bankruptcy.
As consumers opt for healthier options or food easier to eat on the run in the morning, the cereal business has been in steady decline for a decade.
Painful, poignant and mostly secret, the chamber, until recently at ground zero, served as a private sanctuary and was transformed by mementos into a shrine.
Opinion: People can critique Obama's foreign policy, but Cheney doesn't have the credibility to do so.
The plea by the 19-year-old Colorado woman was over charges of conspiring to help the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, the Sunni militant group.
He wants to make sure nothing happens during the post-election lame duck.
A federal insider trading investigation is broadening to include several hedge funds in light of new evidence, the WSJ reported.
Police are warning protesters upset over the handling of the Brown shooting against a planned Wednesday demonstration that will shut down a portion of Interstate 70 near Ferguson, Missouri.
It's general election season -- and John McCain is back in demand.
Two Indianapolis police officers who were off duty at a bar drinking shots with a pregnant bartender beat up a patron who began arguing with the woman, an affidavit released Wednesday said.
As an uproar grows over a video showing star player Ray Rice's ferocious blow on his now-wife, calls for the firing of the NFL's leader are getting louder.
Presidents have tended to reserve the Oval Office for their most important televised statements, but not always.