The Wisconsin state Assembly voted Wednesday to keep 72,000 low-income residents from being taken off the state's health-coverage plan.
If a tree lights up and no one is around to witness the ceremony, is it still a Washington Christmas?
Higher education has long been touted as a way out of poverty, but that only works if poor students enroll in quality universities.
Destroying the most lethal components of the war-torn country's stockpile will be dangerous and could cost the U.S. as much as $61 million.
United Technologies/ National Journal Congressional Connection Poll finds that many see a chance for lawmakers to pass immigration, even gun control.
A group of eight senators urged Administrator Gina McCarthy to make public the information used to draft energy-efficiency standards.
Negotiators have just 10 days left before they must make recommendations to Congress.
While partisans can afford to dig in on Obamacare, many insurance companies just want the law to work.