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.
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) accuses GOP lawmakers who showed up to support veterans of “tacky” move to score political points.
Education, employment, family, incarceration all play a part in pursuing the dream.
But Sen. Sessions said we've survived shutdowns: “Tax more, borrow more, spend more, regulate more is not improving our situation.”
Policymakers urged to pursue reforms even if these do not immediately “bear fruit.”
“We know that about $20 billion a year, the military doesn’t have any idea where they spend it."
In many states, the inmates themselves are expected to report their new residence in prison, which would stop the payments.
Rattner said the decision to top-up the UAW pensions was made by GM managers with union input.
Former Colombian president calls Venezuela a refuge for "terrorists all over the world” with a government that promotes anti-Semitism.
Oversight Committee questions key figures, including Lisa "Richard Windsor" Jackson, in transparency probe.
Some of the strident opposition to a nomination comes from within Obama's own party.
Parties seem to be on the same page about winding down the mortgage giants over the next five years.
Goal is to avoid repeat of devastating 2003 blackout that affected much of the northeast.
Stronger police forces and a more robust surveillance apparatus are blurring the lines between law enforcement and military.
Far from the 2010 anti-Obamacare town halls, Dems using recess forums to prop up controversial healthcare law.
PLUS: Issa on the warpath over redaction of documents needed in IRS targeting scandal probe.
Congressional committee hears "West Fertilizer was literally a disaster waiting to happen.”
“We focus on how much money we spend. Instead, we should focus on results...on how many people get off public assistance."
Alexander, McConnell and Scott join senator for a D.C. forum to push issue of educational freedom.