Rand Paul will open an office in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he is challenging the 'idiots and trolls' in Washington – a move that smacks of courting big Silicon Valley money for a potential 2016 presidential bid.
After giving a speech about his plan to revive the economy Thursday, House Speaker John Boehner said the unemployed would rather 'sit around' – reviving the image of Republicans as a party of the rich.
After Omar Gonzalez, a veteran carrying a small knife in his pocket, made it inside the unlocked White House door, executive branch officials are considering extra measures to beef up White House security.
Three Afghan soldiers go missing: Afghan National Army officers are missing from a training exercise at a Cape Cod military base. The Afghan soldiers pose no threat to the public, US military officials said.
Second White House incident: Kevin Carr of New Jersey drove up to the White House gate and refused to leave. On Friday, Omar J. Gonzalez, of Texas, raced up the White House lawn, and now faces charges. A hearing is scheduled for Monday.
Virginia State Police issued warrants for Jesse Matthew on a charge of misdemeanor reckless driving after he left the Charlottesville police station Sunday. Police say Jesse Matthew was the last person Hannah Graham was seen with before she disappeared.
Pennsylvania police say they are hot on the trail of a gunman who is accused of a deadly ambush at a police barracks 10 days ago. Trackers found a AK-47-style assault rifle and ammunition they believed Eric Frein was carrying.
President Obama claims that ‘over 40 countries’ have offered to help the US-led campaign against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria. Just how firm is that support, how firm the support of Americans and Congress?
Details about White House intruder Omar Gonzalez include family reports that he is an Iraq war vet with PTSD. The Secret Service has beefed up White House security and ordered an investigation, but the agency faces tough questions about its conduct.
Pennsylvania state police lifted a stay-in-place order for Ponoco Mountain residents Saturday night but urged residents to keep doors locked, keep their yards well-lit, and report suspicious persons or vehicles.