The bill includes an IMF provision that House Republicans refused to include in their measure.
Lawmakers are skeptical that the growing needs of veterans can be met with the amount requested.
A new survey finds that employers are changing pricier health plans to avoid the law's "Cadillac" tax.
The Democratic senator is concerned about a new Web domain name.
Republican Jan Brewer's retirement creates a wide-open field of candidates looking to succeed her.
Allowing more companies to fight for rocket contracts could lower costs, says the government auditing agency.
As the standoff in Crimea continues, the two leaders meet at the White House.
The Grand Canyon State hasn't seen a male governor since 1997—the longest streak in the nation. That's about to change.
Across the country, states are advocating for crisp, thirst-quenching laws.
New results are forcing health care providers to reconsider the best ways for preventing preterm births.
The Obama administration sees "no reason" the conflict should affect existing nuclear arms-control pacts, a key national security coordinator says.