If construction laborers arrived at a jobsite and weren’t ready to work and do their job, they would rightfully be sent home. Yet that is exactly what Congress has done when it comes to the Highway Trust Fund.
The problem is clear. So are the solutions.
As the nuclear negotiations enters overtime, the optimism of a comprehensive accord is becoming a reality to both sides of the negotiating table as well as the international community.
“This is a pivotal time in vehicle safety,” Senate Commerce Committee Chairman John Thune (R-S.D.) observed.
For advocates and members of the gay community, freedom resonated deeply on June 26 when the Supreme Court ruled the Fourteenth Amendment recognition of same-sex marriages in all states.
Not shockingly, conservatives are dismayed by the ruling.
There are many benefits for the use of prepaid cards.
I was startled by the pope’s statement that discouraged the “strategy of buying and selling ‘carbon credits.’”
As Congress considers changes to the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, one little-known section of the law is expected to sharply increase the number of students receiving free lunch (and breakfast) over the next several years.
The battle over state-based online gambling has reached a fever pitch.
In two months Boehner and House Republicans led the most significant entitlement reform in two decades.