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Obamacare's Naughty Economist Goes to the Hill

"I behaved badly," Jonathan Gruber told a House committee Tuesday, walking back his condemnation of the Affordable Care Act in an exercise in self-flagellation.

Federal Spending Bill Slowed by Last-Minute Additions

Weekend session looks possible as omnibus negotiations drag on.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif.

Torture Report: Seized Computers, Not Waterboarding, Thwarted Would-be Bomber

A confiscated computer and the CIA's cyber capabilities -- not waterboarding -- were essential in yielding information.

It's almost Christmas at the White House.

Play of the Day: What Obama Wants For Christmas

Will the president get a lump of coal this year? Jimmy Fallon has the exclusive audio of Obama's hug with Santa.

Timing could threaten U.S. personnel and facilities abroad, Kerry says.

John Kerry Is Trying to Stall the Release of the CIA Torture Report

The secretary of State is reportedly asking the Senate to wait to release its report on the Bush-era use of “enhanced interrogation” techniques.

Play of the Day: The Odds of Indicting a Police Officer

The Garner and Brown cases show just how difficult it really is.

Pentagon Watchdog: DOD Stumbles in Cloud Computing Plan

An inspector general found Pentagon policymakers did not fully execute numerous elements of the strategy.

Play of the Day: Rand Paul Takes a Stand in Police Chokehold Case

Last night's late-night funnies: The Republican senator sticks to his antitax guns.

Sens. Rand Paul, R-Ky., and John McCain, R-Ariz., talk during a Foreign Relations Committee hearing.

Rand Paul and John McCain Go to War Over ISIS Vote

How a "nice little water bill" sparked a battle between a 2016 White House hopeful and the GOP's top hawk.

Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., says the hiring demonstrates that the executive action has a financial cost.

Obama's Immigration Action Is Creating a Hiring Blitz at DHS

USCIS is staffing up at a new facility to implement the new policies.