The White House has defended drone strikes against al-Qaeda, insisting they complied with US law and the Constitution, even if Americans are targeted.
President Barack Obama is returning to the threat to US security that he calls the gravest of all: terrorists getting material for a nuclear bomb.
As Republicans feud, President Barack Obama this week takes his re-election blueprint of economic justice, direct and unfiltered, to the voters.
US government in danger of missing out on historic peace settlement in Afghanistan.
Republican frontrunner faces dirty tricks and a 'bare-knuckles' contest in South Carolina.
Frontrunner Mitt Romney and rivals for the Republican presidential nomination will face off in a high-stakes debate ahead of New Hampshire's primary.
Republicans are strategising to win more votes from the demographically critical US Hispanic group, without alienating the party's conservative base.
Barack Obama has stepped up a counter attack against Republican opponents charging that he has short-changed Israel's security.
Leading Republican contender Mitt Romney leapt into the 2012 White House race on Thursday, delivering a damning critique of President Barack Obama.
Texan congressman Ron Paul has announced a new run for the US presidency on a Republican ticket, saying Americans are ready for his libertarian ideas.
Two major bombings in two days in Iraq have left scores of people dead and sparked new security concerns as United States forces prepare to pull out.
Barack Obama on Wednesday will order a crackdown on waste and cost overruns in government procurement that could save up to $40-billion a year.
Hillary Clinton pledged on Tuesday to press for Palestinian statehood, putting Washington on a possible collision course with Benjamin Netanyahu.
President Barack Obama is on Tuesday to use the grand political stage of his debut address to Congress to counsel a nation gripped by economic fear.
Following speculation over original wording, US President Barack Obama was on Tuesday sworn in again 'out of an abundance of caution'.
Incumbent is likely to be the first emailing president as part of sweeping changes to the way the White House uses technology.
In less than a week's time Malia and Sasha Obama will move into one of the world's most coveted residences, thrust back into the global spotlight.
Tony Snow, who cheerfully sparred with reporters in the White House briefing room during a stint as President George Bush's press secretary, has died.
The White House on Sunday demanded that Zimbabwe's government and its "thugs" halt election violence immediately.
The White House urged the United Nations Security Council on Thursday to take up immediate consideration of the situation in Zimbabwe.