The Defense Secretary plans to reduce his staff from 2,400 to less than 2,200 personnel by fiscal year 2019--saving about $1 billion.
The Wisconsin state Assembly voted Wednesday to keep 72,000 residents from being taken off the state's health-coverage plan for its low-income residents.
If a tree lights up and no one is around to witness the ceremony, is it still a Washington Christmas?
Higher education has long been touted as a way out of poverty, but that only works if poor students enroll in quality universities.
Destroying the most lethal components of the war-torn country's stockpile will be dangerous and could cost the U.S. as much as $61 million.
United Technologies/ National Journal Congressional Connection Poll finds that many see a chance for lawmakers to pass immigration, even gun control.
A group of eight senators urged Administrator Gina McCarthy to make public the information used to draft energy-efficiency standards.
While partisans can afford to dig in on Obamacare, many insurance companies just want the law to work.