President Obama describes the hack as "cyber vandalism," but some Republicans say it was an act of war or terrorism
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President Obama still faces significant opposition to his move to normalize relations with Cuba
Sen. Lindsey Graham called the North Korean cyberattack an "act of terrorism"; Sen. Rubio says it's important that "that movie be seen"
Ex-NY Gov. Pataki, police union point fingers at NYC mayor and U.S. attorney general; NAACP president says protesters don't want this
President Obama says the U.S. is mulling a response after blaming the North Korean government for the cyberattack on Sony
Anti-Castro protesters demonstrate in opposition to Obama's plan to normalize relations with Cuba
President Obama sounds a triumphal note in his weekly address, saying America is on the economic rebound at home and leading the world abroad.
Florida senator continues war of words with other possible presidential candidate over president's move to normalize U.S.-Cuba relations
Rep. Mike Kelly, R-Pennsylvania, says America needs to develop more of its abundant domestic energy resources.
Vacationing in Hawaii, where the president was born and spent much of his childhood, has been a holiday tradition for the first family