GOP chairman says current monetary policy regime is tilting the playing field in favor of Wall Street and away from average working families.
Lawmakers told a “fourth branch” of government may be on the horizon, where federal agencies can determine their own jurisdictions.
Pushing for ratification of disabilities treaty: “I am still convinced that we give up nothing, but we get everything in return,”
One Dem worries that the extremely high-tech cars could put traditional auto mechanics out of work.
Congress studies alarming scenarios surrounding the security -- or insecurity -- of the online healthcare exchange.
GOPs warn that the 30-hour threshold will force schools to cut jobs, scrap programs, and incur greater costs.
Intelligence community officials warn against throwing off balance between transparency and national security.
TSA chief argues against defunding: "I don't want to take away a layer of security that may identify the next putative terrorist."
The Obamacare of natural disasters: Legislators blame FEMA and say they never meant to hit homeowners so extremely.
"Everyone from independent inventors, to start-ups, to mid and large sized businesses face this constant threat."
Republicans and Democrats agree that Fannie and Freddie have to go, but they disagree on the role the government should play.
But one critic calls push to ax America’s nuclear forces “imprudent” and “outright dangerous.”
DNI looking into automated background checks and studying whether it can search social media websites for clues about potential risks.
NSA chief says he'd rather “take the beatings” from the public “than to give up a program that would result in this nation being attacked.”
Trayvon Martin's mother tells Judiciary Committee the laws hurt, but crime researcher testifies that blacks benefit most.
Snowden sends message to crowd: “This is not about party lines, and it’s definitely not about terrorism. It’s about power, control, and trust in government."
GOP Rep. Murphy: Admin either "shockingly unaware of what was happening...or deliberately misleading our committee and the public."
And at the current rate it would take nearly 50 years to sign up the 30 million projected to be enrolled within the next five.
The trickle-down effect to those relying on SBA loans to tourism operators.
Critics of evolving data-brokerage companies say that the average consumer has no idea that their intimate personal details are up for sale.
Sen. Ron Johnson warns “we’re past the point” where Americans get back what they contributed to Social Security.
“The easiest way to dismiss the use of the Washington Redskins name is to discuss it as a victimless crime," advocate says at event meant to pressure NFL.
On the 70 percent furloughs in the intel community, Grassley said, “You either need better lawyers or need to make changes in your workforce.”
Rogers: “There may have been help in his search queries and some of the security circumvented in the process of running to China..."
“Conservatives are distracted by the Michelle Obama half of the equation" while more onerous things are happening, says scholar.