Congress stands firm on Cuba embargo as Americans soften
Republican lawmakers about to take control of Congress say they're ready to block any attempts to lift trade restrictions
White House officials take an economic victory lap
The Obama administration describes 2014 as a "milestone" year in the nation's economic recovery
FBI sources: Sony Pictures cyberattack traced to North Korea
Evidence shows North Korean hackers are likely responsible for the intrusion that exposed embarrassing emails, scuttled a movie premiere
Files of more than 40,000 federal workers breached in cyberattack
It's the second breach this year at a major firm handling national security background checks for workers at federal agencies
Secret Service review urges "top-to-bottom" overhaul of agency
Among the suggested changes: More money, more manpower, a higher fence, and a new leader from outside the Secret Service
Jeb Bush to step down as adviser to Barclays
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is beginning to remove himself from private sector involvement as he considers a presidential run
Rand Paul, Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz react to move to normalize relations with Cuba
What the potential 2016 presidential field had to say about President Obama's announcement on the normalization of relations with Cuba
Rand Paul: Normalizing U.S.-Cuba relations probably a "good idea"
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, voices support for President Obama's decision to normalize relations with Cuba, saying the decades-old U.S. embargo against Cuba "just hasn't worked."
CIA insider: Spy swaps "very, very important" for U.S.
Agency's former deputy director says U.S. should "absolutely" be making kind of deal that freed intelligence asset held for years in Cuba
U.S.: Drug lord's mother-in-law helps him skirt sanctions
Treasury Department takes action against Mexican Sinaloa cartel leader's family member