James Risen engages in high-stakes battle for the future of national security journalism.
Gov't. says 2.1 million Americans now have Obamacare, and 79% saved money.
Shirley Sherrod speaks out on rightwing hate merchants and the new civil rights movement.
Senate's armchair hawks imperil Obama's nuclear deal at grave risk to us all.
Don't believe the excuses: NSA data analysts can gain enough information to identify their targets.
Despite a bumpy negotiation, Iran still plans to put its nuclear program on hold.
The former U.S. Secretary of Defense talks big for a man with such a checkered past.
Study finds that millionaires now outnumber all other classes in Congress.
As the president said, fighting poverty is "the defining challenge of our time."
Review recommends the NSA end to bulk metadata collection, among other changes.
Those who decry the handshake, which was merely a matter of protocol, lack historical perspective.
White House tosses plan to remove cyber warfare from spy chief's purview.
Latest figures show state-run insurance exchange is working quite well.
“Please return my father,” an 11-year-old writes. “The only thing I want is him.”
Unplanned exchange before Mandela eulogy was seen by millions on live TV.