Washington can’t afford to “turn a blind eye” even "if short-term PRC intentions appear mostly benign.”
Continuing resolution got needed support from Democratic minority in the House in the face of strong GOP opposition.
But White House protests, arguing that Republicans are just endeavoring to “cozy up to oil interests."
So where are Republicans going to go with Planned Parenthood defunding effort?
Agency “must learn from the proven techniques and practices of successful commercial firms.”
Navajo farmer who lost crops tells Senate panel they're "still suffering the consequences."
“No other environmental bad actor would be given leeway to investigate itself."
Chairman says Obama's funding level "would slow the rate" of missions like the Pluto flyby.
One doctor tells senators she was handed a box of year-old cardiac ultrasounds to read -- some of the veterans had died while waiting.
"..could kill up to 90 percent of the national population.."
Federal legislation to combat "abuse of eminent domain" has yet to be adopted.
"Enforcement officers may not document every encounter with aliens it considers to be a low enforcement priority.”
Senate chairman says Obama administration not "devoting enough attention to this reality.”
Ag chairman maintains SNAP "should be temporary support as individuals improve their financial situation."
The head of the agency faces lots of questions from Congress.
Congressman: "It seems if you look at the phone, you know the answer in, like, five minutes."
“These unlawful acts may potentially result in serious harm or death to America’s veterans."
A report has found that up to nine out of 10 Americans could die from a long-term blackout as a result of starvation and societal collapse.
Inspector general has issued hundreds of recommendations for efficiency and effectiveness to little avail.
Wildfire sizes today “were unimaginable just 20 or 30 years ago," Forest Service chief says.
Plus: What the new attorney general thinks about ruling on NSA metadata collection.
"The last thing we need is another NAFTA": Dems rally against Trans Pacific Partnership.
Gowdy: "Nothing would diminish their morale quite like being asked to do the opposite of what they signed up to do."
Between unanimous support at the beginning and the end came the Hyde amendment.
Only Cruz, who opposed her "embrace the lawlessness of the Holder Justice Department," missed confirmation vote.