National Journal poll finds two in three people think the biggest problems with the program are waste, fraud, and abuse.
Veteran lawmaker's early departure lets party rally behind a new candidate.
She is one of the industry's top supporters, but Republicans who see a pathway to the Senate majority running through Louisiana aren't happy.
The Senate Finance Chairman would be confirmed "immediately," says a Republican senator.
Wednesday's cloture vote was a key test for the measure, which has run into Republican objections.
A group of presidential advisers recommends more than 40 changes to the NSA's data collection program.
The FCC might change its broadcasting rules to keep games on the air—even when they're sparsely attended.
He says his plan would save America trillions of dollars.
Global participation in data-reporting measures for a biological-weapons ban is at its lowest point in nearly a decade.
A federal judge, tech groups, and even the senator say we need to take a closer look at the National Security Agency's surveillance programs.
Consumers have until Jan. 10 to pay for insurance.