A flailing strategy for too-big-to-fail.
Former Russian Foreign Minister on Ukraine: ‘If You’re Not Ready to Do Something, Don’t Say You Are’
Hagel urges NATO partners to “reinvigorate the unrivaled joint planning, exercises, and capabilities" that are the "lifeblood" of the alliance.
Healthcare marketplaces failing to attract uninsured because of high out-of-pocket costs and deductibles.
Putin came to feel that “he got a special ticket issued by the West” that left him free to play with the former Soviet bloc.
The high-tech eyewear has privacy and crime concerns, but second-generation iterations aim to transform the grassroots.
Cost-benefit analysis of CFPB rules, argues one Dem, would just feed GOP's "ideologically-driven regulatory agenda.”
Can an industry that faces resistance in some parts of Washington build out a more diverse workforce?
A rudimentary Twitter-style app crafted to stoke protests in Cuba is making some on the Hill screech.
A year of government review reveals weak links in anti-terror coordination and an FBI agent who didn't visit a suspect's mosque.
Innovators fear Leahy-Lee bill would discourage invention and “seriously undermine the ability for start-ups to raise capital.”
Pennsylvania Republican's bill aims to change Medicaid's 16-bed rule, increase tele-psychiatry for pediatricians.
Congress told of “continuing crisis in the overlap of federal and state law, particularly in the areas previously covered only by state law."
One way to appeal to Latino voters, the senator says, is ensuring that “Mrs. Garcia’s nephew is not going to be sent home to Mexico."
U.S. "not only failed to recognize the significance of corruption, but may even have fostered a political climate conducive to corruption."
Robert Ford: “The opposition needs to reassemble around a Syrian agenda first and foremost."
Democrats charge that contraceptive mandate exception could "take us back to a place in history when women had no voice and no choice.”
On same-sex marriage: “An attorney general must defend anything not blatantly unconstitutional, not ones that he or she really want to be unconstitutional."
Kerry: "I’m going to look at all the arguments, both sides, all sides, whatever, evaluate them and make the best judgment I can."
$10.10 remains a priority for Obama along with making employers pay more overtime.
Former IRS official referred to the Tea Party cases as “very dangerous” and expected legal action because they were “itching for a constitutional challenge.”
“There aren’t many things that the president of the United States and his attorney general and I agree about – you know what I mean?”
Michael Medved, though, says the assertion that same-sex marriage has been banned in any state is “a liberal lie.”
“You have to wonder when a self-described conservative organization stacks an immigration panel with amnesty advocates,” says one congressman.
Coburn said the people who come to Congress are those seeking “to rise on the political career” rather than fix the institution.
Census Bureau survey does not account for at least 95 percent of IRA distributions and at least half of pension and annuity income.