Gov. 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.
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.
A senior Senate Democrat on Tuesday took Hanford nuclear site contractors to task for their handling of recent whistle-blower cases involving safety concerns.
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington files complaint against Greg Walden.
Senate could take up House-passed aid measure this week to speed up the process and dodge IMF controversy.
An issue expert says NATO is preparing a major increase in spending to protect U.S. nuclear arms fielded in allied European states.
The administration wants an additional $600 million next year to increase security at its overseas facilities.
It would also, the budget office estimates, raise premiums and result in 13 million fewer people gaining access to health insurance.
Democrats are making jokes now, but they do it too.