"I want to see if we can get bipartisan work done with Congress," he said.
Regulators should write a stringent new surface-level ozone rule that follows “sound science and...
The administration is contacting people about the problem.
Roughly 9.5 million have chosen plans or reenrolled since Nov. 15.
The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act is set to expire at year's end.
Driverless cars, and health and financial data are also on the list.
The state won't release its election results until after 10 p.m.
The little-known al Qaeda cell in northern Syria was targeted by U.S. airstrikes.
Police associations are battling to protect their access to surplus military equipment.
The House will vote Thursday to establish the investigative panel.
The campaign from the nonprofit Ad Council is expected to utilize at least $30 million in donated...
A market research firm found that privacy investigations will hinder the social network's revenue.
The shadowy world of hackers is full of unknowns and power is continuously changing hands.
The study predicts traffic in Omaha, Neb., will be as bad as Los Angeles in 2045.
Rep. John Fleming opened the door to running to replacing Sen. David Vitter in Louisiana.
Incoming DSCC Chairman Tester is bringing on two longtime allies.
Thirty-six percent have a favorable view, dropping the party below the GOP.
Dems want to rein in the 1033 program which gives cops surplus military equipment.
The contentious study is fodder for Republicans targeting Obama's regulatory agenda.
Senate Armed Services Committee ranking member James Inhofe (R-Okla.) warned Republicans that if...
Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton said in-flight assaults often escape prosecution.
It remains somewhat unclear how Obama will alter some of the programs.