Voting-rights groups and Republican-led Oklahoma reached a settlement that could help get more people to the polls.
Political fallout from the White House regulations could put moderates in jeopardy.
The new '1618' plan is supposed to reverse a quarter-century of failure, but can it work?
One serious option: interfund borrowing, where the much bigger retirement fund would loan money to the disability program.
Kim Dine, who has presided over the department through a string of embarrassing incidents, will leave in January.
Senators have not reached an agreement that would allow them to add amendments to a cyberinformation-sharing bill in exchange for quickening its passage.
Newly published financial disclosures show that the presidential hopeful has some major debt.
The president attacked critics of the White House effort to curb pollution from power plants.
DHS said Monday that the Senate's cyberinformation-sharing bill would "sweep away important privacy protections."