The first Democratic presidential debate is Tuesday night.
The actress called flying international on domestic airlines a "nightmare."
An executive action he is considering would likely be challenged in court.
The bill gives the U.S. attorney general the authority to waive federal law.
House lawmakers have introduced legislation to make student loans more affordable.Reps. Jared Polis...
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The ruling is a stinging defeat in the effort to keep streams and wetlands clean.
He is considering a regulatory change that would create new background check requirements.
Republicans attacked one of the Obama administration’s key labor policies Thursday.
“We’re drowning these businesses in regulation,” Rep. Tom Rice said.
The agency has been criticized for holding a transgender woman because of an "anomaly."
Voters polled included millennials, people of color and unmarried women.
The coalition is made up of climate-focused parent and family groups.
Starting June 22, 2016, all infant formula labels will have to list selenium.
The NTSB had called for Metro to be classified as a commuter railroad.
Pallone said he would urge the Energy and Commerce Committee to focus on the effect on customers.
The Sugar Association said the FDA has refused requests to extend the comment period.
The company says some freight rails cannot meet a deadline for automating trains.
"This is not controversial stuff," said Rep. Luis Gutiérrez. "It's basic human rights for children."
The bill would create a competitive grant program to support open textbook programs.
Advocates said the law last reauthorized in 2002 reduced the number of youth in juvy.
"We have a long tradition of civil disobedience in America," Rep. Gerry Connolly said.
But it's unclear when they'll try to move legislation.
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