House leadership weighing whether to attach the $5.4B project to a debt ceiling increase.
The controversial pipeline gained momentum with a recent State report.
State's environmental analysis will now be reviewed closely, a White House official said.
They dismissed reports that the government's analysis will be a setback for their efforts.
Rep. Bill Shuster said president’s proposal was short on ideas for specific amounts of money.
Republicans assailed the president after hearing no mention of Keystone XL Tuesday.
Transportation advocates are hoping President Obama brings a sense of urgency to discussions about...
The groups want Obama to reject Keystone XL in his State of the Union speech.
The chairman of the House Transportation Committee said Friday that lawmakers in both parties...
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said Thursday that the projected funding shortfall for road...
The groups say the oil flows are a "painful example" of Obama's energy policy.
Sen. Landrieu and others met with top Canadian officials to push approval of the pipeline.
"Economically, it's not the time" to raise the gas tax, says Rep. Shuster.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) called on President Obama Monday to approve the...
A bipartisan group of 17 governors is urging lawmakers to “stabilize” the trust fund that is used...
The analysis will detail the environmental impact of the controversial pipeline project.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said that President Obama laid out a “bold vision” for...
Obama said tax reform could free up funds for infrastructure improvements.
The ad paid for by billionaire Tom Steyer calls Keystone a "sucker's deal" for the U.S.
Senate's 45 Republicans say it's time for a decision by the president.
The report would be the first indication of State's study of the pipeline.
Oil began flowing through the pipeline's southern leg on Wednesday.
He said State is doing everything it can to "effectively and rapidly" finish pipeline review.
The federal trust fund is running dry and only has about $8.5 billion left.