Thursday marked the sixth anniversary of the landmark high court ruling in Citizens United.
Chris Van Hollen said the rule violates the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002.
Now that Congress has overturned the sledding ban, children are in for a lot of fun this winter.
Concern about the visa program spiked following November's terror attack in Paris.
They warned consumers might have trouble obtaining "basic information."
Paul introduced two pieces of legislation that he says could help scale back spending.
Critics said the collection rate should be higher.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch defended President Obama’s recent executive actions on guns...
The long-shot Thursday vote continues the fight over the EPA regulation.
The case comes amid a fierce debate about federal land restrictions.
"Let me be clear: The Second Amendment is not a suggestion,” Sen. Richard Shelby says.
One might think competition is alive and well in the telecom marketplace. But not so fast.
Decision means climate change rule can move forward while its opponents challenge it.
The "pharma bro"'s much-anticipated appearance on Capitol Hill next week may be a let-down.
Critics have accused the Obama administration of conducting lax oversight of the auto industry.
Thursday marks the sixth anniversary of the Supreme Court's ruling in Citizens United.
Friday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new cybersecurity guidelines for medical devices.
The Kentucky Republican said the omnibus bill blocks the president.
The Campaign Legal Center has asked the FEC to investigate.
The Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee approved the bill.
More businesses would be treated as joint employers under new Labor Dept. guidelines.
Thursday’s edition of the Federal Register contains new safety requirements for trucks.
In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court sided against an advertising firm.
"We must protect the waters that are vital for the health of our communities," Obama wrote.