Members of Congress are set to return to work on Tuesday with Republicans in charge of both the House and Senate. What will be on the agenda and what can we expect from lawmakers in 2015? For more, Niels Lesniewski…
From a candid interview with Bryan Cranston to the roots of gang violence in El Salvador, here's a look back at some of the what you may have missed from NewsHour Weekend's first full calendar year on air.
By Douglass K. Daniel, Associated Press
TV host and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee says he is leaving his Fox News talk show as he considers whether to seek the Republican nomination for president, a decision he expects to reach in the spring.
By Matthew Daly, Associated Press
The 114th Congress that convenes Tuesday will count more minorities and women than ever, although lawmakers remain overwhelmingly white and male in the Republican-controlled House and Senate.
By Josh Lederman, Associated Press and Nedra Pickler, Associated Press
President Barack Obama is aiming to set the agenda for the new year on his terms despite emboldened Republicans who feel their victory in November's elections given them a mandate to rein him in.
By PBS NewsHour
The holiday season is a time of joy, love and the occasional family brawl over politics. Steven Petrow of The Washington Post joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss how to make it through the big family dinner while staying on speaking…
Leaders in North Korea on Saturday called the Obama Administration's accusations that it was behind the cyber attack on Sony Pictures "groundless slander" and threatened to retaliate unless the United States agreed to conduct a joint investigation with them.
By PBS NewsHour
By Associated Press
Congress has sent President Barack Obama a short-term spending bill that will keep the federal government operating through Wednesday and avert a government shutdown.
By Andrew Taylor, Associated Press
First it was objections by House Democrats that stood in the way of passage of a $1.1 trillion catchall spending bill. Now it's the Senate Republicans' turn, specifically Ted Cruz of Texas and Mike Lee of Utah.
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