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Kill a camel, earn cash for cutting greenhouse gases: That offer may be coming soon in Australia, where vast numbers of the nonnative, methane-belching animals have been trampling the Outback for more than a century.
Rep. Dan Boren, the lone Democrat in Oklahoma's congressional delegation and the scion of one of the state's most powerful men, will not seek re-election to a fourth term next year, three Democrats close to the congressman said Tuesday.
Dear Sgt Shaft: What are the requirements for a veteran to be laid to rest at Arlington Cemetery?
Last Friday's House of Representatives vote on President Obama's Libya policy was characterized widely as reflecting bipartisan dissatisfaction with Mr. Obama's failure to consult with Congress. There was indeed ample Capitol Hill disagreement with his handling of Libya — for a variety of reasons — but the real story is even more troubling.
The proposal by some fellow Republicans for a "national popular vote (NPV) compact" is an example of what H.L. Mencken meant when he said, "For every complex problem there is a solution that is simple, clear and wrong."
Steny H. Hoyer, the No. 2 House Democrat, chastised the chamber's controlling Republicans for scheduling a "charade" vote Tuesday on raising the nation's debt ceiling and advised his party colleagues not to support it.
Virginia lawmakers are hoping Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates will halt the transfer of thousands of workers to the Mark Center in Alexandria under authority granted him within a spending bill passed by the House of Representatives on Thursday.
It's no secret that members of Congress are political insiders, but an extensive new survey suggests they may also be insiders when it comes to trading stocks.
For the more than 30 years I have known Newt Gingrich, he always has been an agent of change.