The possible longshot presidential hopeful spoke to Chuck Todd about his platform.
As Congress considers a vote, the question of ground troops is at the forefront.
In a discussion on "Fox News Sunday," the Republican senator was adamant about the threat he sees.
The White House chief of staff outlines why Congress should support funding opposition forces, saying that "as much as we've been at war with Al Qaeda since we got here, we're at war with ISIL."
Calling the act “barbaric,” Obama said the U.S. would not be deterred by the Islamic State’s tactics.
He attends lobster bake with Young Republicans, other events, but says he is simply looking to reenter the national political fray.
Are 'women's issues' really the issue for women this election season?
Sanford also announce he's ending the engagement to his Argentine fiancee, the woman he left his wife for while serving as South Carolina governor.
Speaker responds to a message from Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and re-ups his support for counterterrorism operations in the region.
The White House says yes. John Kerry says no.