The measure extends several aspects of infrastructure funding through the end of July.
Tesla seems to have lost its battle to sell cars directly to Texans.
Aiming lasers at planes can result in up to five years in prison.
Lawmakers are asking a safety agency if it is tracking cyber flaws in cars.
A second lane of the famous bridge, which runs to the Lincoln Memorial, is closing.
The Federal Aviation Administration is proposing to fine the shipping company FedEx for illegally...
There were 1.8 million claims filed for mishandled baggage in 2013.
Chuck Grassley is calling on the FTC to investigate "shady" business practices.
Authorities reportedly received a "chemical weapons threat" against the Air France jet.
“For most of the time, infrastructure has not been partisan,” Pelosi said.
The Senate approved a two-month extension of funding by voice vote.
Doug Hughes faces two felony and four misdemeanor charges for landing on the Capitol lawn.
The key safety posts have been vacant through various high-profile disasters.
The White House called for the end of "short-term patches" on highway funding.
The House and Senate approved a two-month extension of the fund last week.
The U.S. economy shrank by 0.7 percent in the first quarter of 2015.
The D.C. transit system banned all political and religious ads through the end of the year.
Rep. Duckworth wants all major U.S. airports to offer private spaces for lactating mothers.
Former Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.) is heading to Van Ness Feldman.
Up to 10 international flights were threatened on Memorial Day.
Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-N.Y.) said something "does smell very fishy."
They'll have to pass another spending bill by July 31.
The Justice Department on Friday released guidelines that would explicitly bar the agency from...
Amtrak, Charles Schumer says, "will be forced to rob Peter to pay Paul."