An omnibus funding bill is facing delays in Congress ahead of a Friday government shutdown deadline, with lawmakers scrambling to answer a number of open questions in the $1.3 trillion package related to border security, infrastructure projects, and gun violence … Read More
Senate intelligence committee leaders unveiled the first set of findings from their yearlong Russia probe on Tuesday — a series of recommendations for states and branches of the federal government to protect this year’s midterm elections from the type of … Read More
In the face of Russian cyberattacks, Energy Secretary Rick Perry vowed Tuesday that his department’s new cyber office will be fully capable of dealing with those threats and stopping any potential assaults on the U.S. electric grid. Speaking to the … Read More
This month could mark a turning point in national health policy. Big insurance companies have been pressuring Congress for a bailout—in the form of more taxpayer subsidies—to “stabilize” Obamacare. Congress must decide whether to maintain Obamacare on artificial life support, … Read More
The Supreme Court is back in session this week. The justices will hear oral arguments in cases dealing with free speech, political gerrymandering, and the rights of criminal defendants. Here are three cases to watch. 1. Can states force pro-life … Read More
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