Queen Beatrix will end 33 years on the Dutch throne on April 30th. She will be succeeded by Prince Willem-Alexander, and his daughter Catharina-Amalia will be first in line when he becomes king.
Undocumented immigrants would get immediate but provisional status to live and work in the U.S. under a compromise proposed by a bipartisan group of senators.
The Senate approved more than $50 billion in aid to states battered by Superstorm Sandy, four weeks after a delay in the House that sparked bipartisan fury.
Kerry tells a senator there's no "daylight" between Clinton and him. "China is all over Africa," Kerry says, and we need to be in the game. The Massachusetts is drawing praise from Hillary Clinton, John McCain and Elizabeth Warren.
Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta says predicting a North Korean test is difficult. Pyongyang says it plans a new nuclear test and further long-range rocket launches. It vows an "all-out action" against the United States, which it calls its "sworn enemy."
President Obama nominated Mary Jo White, former federal prosecutor in New York, to head the Securities and Exchange Commission, the watchdog agency that monitors Wall Street and corporate financial disclosures. "You don't want to mess with Mary Jo," Obama said in his news conference.
Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson says he should not have 'speculated' about Clinton's emotional moments during yesterday's testimony on the Benghazi attacks.
Benjamin Netanyahu's party wins but the centrists do well, exit polls say. Yesh Atid comes in second, Labor third according to those polls. Will the new government be more centrist or move right?
Sources say Hillary Clinton is expected to face questions about cables suggesting that slain envoy Christopher Stevens had proposed moving the Benghazi compound.