The Obama administration sees "no reason" the conflict should affect existing nuclear arms-control pacts, a key national security coordinator says.
They say carbon-emissions standards for power plants violate a 2005 law.
Lower chamber rejects Senate-passed bill as nonstarter, searches for its own fix to help brick-and-mortar retailers compete with Web.
A senior Senate Democrat on Tuesday took Hanford nuclear site contractors to task for their handling of recent whistleblower cases involving safety concerns.
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington files complaint against Greg Walden.
Senate could take up House-passed aid measure this week to speed up the process and dodge IMF controversy.
An issue expert says NATO is preparing a major increase in spending to protect U.S. nuclear arms fielded in allied European states.
Two buildings collapsed in Harlem Wednesday morning due to an explosion caused by a gas leak.
Expanding eligibility for the hardest-working Americans is a good idea if the president can do it right.
The pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC is looking to hire at least four regional directors to coordinate activities on the ground.
Nothing about the CIA-Senate squabble looks reasonable.