A powerful new radar that Congress wants the U.S. military to acquire would likely be fielded in Alaska, according to informed sources.
House lawmakers on Friday offered a bill aimed at addressing concerns that White House nuclear trade policy risks the further spread of illicit weapons.
The speaker has often repeated similar language in this formality.
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Democrats are egging on tea-party challengers, while Republicans are all but begging them to stand down.
An 18-year spending outlook for U.S. nuclear arms has shot up by $27.1 billion, and costs could rise further still, congressional auditors said this week.
Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz said the near-ban on U.S. crude oil exports is ripe for revisiting.
Former Clinton pollster Stan Greenberg argues Obamacare could be a political winner. Other Democratic strategists are more nervous.
The very oceans that Navy vessels traverse may hold the key to powering their trips on the high seas for generations to come.
Cell-phone use on airlines grabbed the headlines Thursday, but the FCC is also moving ahead with less-noticed but more-important policy changes.
Stanley Greenberg and Frank Greer got to see the late icon up close when they worked for his election.