But key lawmakers remain unconvinced that surveillance is all benign: “What will be next?" said Leahy. "And when is enough, enough?”
Congresswoman: "Rarely has such a beneficial, life-improving resource upon which society depends been under such hostile attack."
How many of you have numerous acts of decency and bravery in your past?
Disgraced New York politician Anthony Weiner, aka “Carlos Danger,” disgraced himself once again. Even Democrats have had enough of the former Congressman. What did he do this time, and will his friends Bill and Hillary Clinton ask him to end his campaign to be the next New York City mayor? Find out from Stephen Green, Scott Ott, and Bill Whittle of Trifecta.
But Coburn, wielding a report that said Obamacare could go on without a CR, said the effort by Lee, Rubio and Cruz isn't anchored in reality.
Sen. Risch: “It is just disgusting what has happened as far as the federal government having botched this as badly as it has.”
A debate that will not only determine the future of the Republican Party, but also have a great impact on who will be the GOP standard bearer in 2016.
A media without shame drives us towards energy poverty.
Comey gets a "no" vote from Paul and two Dems vote "present," unsatisfied with shifty definitions of a "reasonable expectation of privacy."
"Most Americans don’t know it. They go about their lives happily."
Oversight Committee scrutinizes new rules while on the Senate side Inhofe accuses Boxer of staging "fun" global warming theater.
With declining poll numbers, the president must stoke the anger of his base.
Sixty years ago today, America signed the cease-fire armistice on the Korean peninsula. But for North Korea, the war has never truly ended.
“How many more must die alone on U.S. soil," say Hispanic Caucus members, before immigration reform and drug demand addressed?
Dems say it's hurt kids and weakened the judiciary system; GOP says not so fast.
Will shutting down the government in order to defund Obamacare work?
Fight with Gillibrand and cross-party alliances over taking cases out of chain of command moves closer to Senate floor.
Trifecta continues its examination of the Detroit bankruptcy. Why did New York City rise from the ashes of fiscal mismanagement, while a city like Detroit got thrust into bankruptcy? Find out from Stephen Green, Scott Ott, and Bill Whittle.
Managing budgets instead of patients led to mass unnecessary death.
Tracy Martin on the Hill: "If there’s something that we can do as a foundation to help other families from going through this, then we’re here.”
Narrow vote to block phone-record collection builds unusual alliances and crashes party lines in defiance of administration.
Why are cities in Texas thriving while Detroit is going bankrupt? Find out as Stephen Green, Scott Ott, and Bill Whittle of Trifecta tells you how unions and liberalism set the stage for the nation’s largest municipal bankruptcy.
Boehner has rejected the idea of “1,300-page bills that no one has read.”
Dems were significantly slower with — and blocked more of — Bush's nominees.