New sanctions aimed at putting pressure on Russia’s economy over Ukraine crisis, come on the heels of US and EU sanctions
“We're not at a stage here where me visiting Cuba, or President Castro coming to the United States is in the cards.”
It was the first time the United States had directly accused another country of a cyberattack of such magnitude on American soil and sets up a possible new confrontation
The president says continued use of Guantanamo undermines national security.
New valuation almost doubles previous estimates and currently worth 16% of Facebook value.
Obama's annual speech to congress will outline his priorities for the following year.
"I wouldn't rule out a visit from President Castro,” says White House press secretary Josh Earnest
According to a report in the Guardian, the US had backed negotiations with two prominent jihadi clerics in a failed attempt to save the life of an American hostage.
The Ukraine Freedom Support Act of 2014 allows the U.S. to help Ukraine restore its sovereignty and territorial integrity
US will not support the resolution aims to end Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands by 2017
Cheyney's fiscal problems - students who are unable to repay debt and increasing pension costs - were exacerbated by cutbacks in state higher education funding.
As U.S. fighter jets pound ISIL targets inSyria, Washington's coalition allies appear increasingly absent from the air war.
A top EU court ruled Wednesday to remove Hamas from a list of terror organizations.
Sony Pictures said it canceled the Dec. 25 theatrical release of its North Korea comedy "The Interview," after major U.S. theater chains pulled out of showing the film following threats from hackers.
Obama and his wife Michelle Obama said that before moving into the White House nearly six years ago, they faced prejudice, stereotyping and had trouble catching taxis.
The US Treasury placed sanctions on 11 individuals and entities from in four countries.
The announcement follows the release of American Alan Gross, 65, from a Cuban prison where he was held for five years
James Risen, a reporter for The New York Times, will be subpoenaed to answer questions ahead of the trial of a former C.I.A. officer accused of leaking classified information
U.S. Secretary of State Kerry: 'There are signs of constructive choices' from Russia in Ukraine conflict discussions.
A 35-year-old Iraq war veteran has fatally shot his ex-wife and five of her relatives near Philadelphia
The Palestinians need nine of the 15 votes in the Security Council to pass the resolution, which would force the United States to decide whether or not to veto it.