Clinton, the Democrat presidential front-runner, has been criticized for using a private email account hosted on a private computer in her home while secretary of state.
The president, speaking in the Capitol on Tuesday night, will address members of the Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives as well as other top officials in the government.
"My intention is to have a vote on an international tax proposal out of Ways and Means this year."
The Texas governor and former state attorney general repeats a call made by the Republican presidential candidate last week.
The head of the Senate Judiciary Committee said Friday there's a new email scandal brewing for Hillary Clinton, while a former U.S. attorney says she could be indicted soon.
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) says the matter highlights the need to maintain a strong naval fleet, not reduce it, as the Obama administration has attempted.
The House of Representatives could vote in the coming days on legislation backed by Republican and Democratic lawmakers.
Americans' views on the issue were consistent across nearly all demographic groups in the U.S.
Liberty Institute achieved numerous significant legal victories in 2015, but several other important battles are still ongoing.
The president announced major changes to the enforcement of national regulations at the White House on Tuesday.
Obama is igniting a political firestorm by bypassing Congress with the measures. Republicans say he is misusing his powers.
The U.S. commonwealth has defaulted for a second time in less than six months on some of its debt, sparking fears the island will be sued by creditors.
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President Obama is expected to announce executive action that could be implemented as early as next week.
U.S. officials say the Treasury Department retains a right under July's nuclear agreement between Iran and six world powers to blacklist entities involved in missile development.
The government will neither confirm nor deny if it did, but The Wall Street Journal says the NSA not only spied on Israel, but on Congress, too.
Puerto Rico's governor says the commonwealth will pay its general obligation debt, but will default on its PRIFA and Public Finance Corporation payments.
An Iowa pastor says he wrote a book as a "hail Mary" to address the failure of his fellow clergy to do their complete job.
The IRS may be picking on a new group of organizations, based on a proposed rule that government watchdogs say will hurt those organizations immensely.
A number of new public opinion polls released Monday offer a diffuse opinion about President Obama's job performance.
A researcher stumbled across a problem that could mean the personal information of millions of American voters has been compromised.