Senate approves bill to combat military sexual assault
Bill, unanimously passed, would make big changes in the military justice system but keeps sexual assault prosecutions in the chain of command
Obama hosts NCAA Championship teams at the White House
At an event honoring NCAA champions from sports outside basketball and football, the president spoke specifically about the importance of women’s athletic teams.
Obama sends Canada's Stephen Harper cases of beer after losing bet
The president makes good on his Olympic hockey bet with the Canadian prime minister
Back in town, Congress continues work on Ukraine response
Meanwhile, the White House is seeking IMF reforms that could complicate a loan package
D.C. businessman charged with conspiracy, violating fed campaign laws
Jeffrey Thompson, a backer of Hillary Clinton's 2008 campaign and D.C. mayor Vince Gray, charged with federal offense
Up late? Senate Democrats to pull all-nighter on climate change
Absent legislation on the matter, dozens of Democrats will talk on the Senate floor overnight about climate change
Pro-Hillary Clinton group revamps website, plans fundraiser
Ready for Hillary is borrowing tactics from President Obama's two successful presidential bids
Obamacare working? Uninsured rate lowest in years, poll finds
The uninsured rate for almost every demographic group has dropped in 2014 so far, Gallup finds
Will the GOP champion missile defense to deter Russia?
Dick Cheney is urging President Obama to revisit the Bush-era missile defense program as a response to Russia's incursion in Ukraine
Ted Cruz jokes about clashes with GOP leadership
Texas Republican said his infamous 21-hour filibuster of the Affordable Care Act was filled with "nothing but my favorite sound"