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President Obama on Friday signed the nation's largest free-trade agreement since NAFTA — and the first of his administration — with South Korea, Colombia and Panama.
President Obama's recent proposal to limit tax deductions for wealthy donors got an uncharitable welcome at a congressional hearing Tuesday.
The congressional "supercommittee" — the bipartisan group of 12 House and Senate members tasked with finding ways to slash the federal debt — has been flooded with often conflicting suggestions from colleagues eager to tell the panel how to do its job.
A Senate panel on Tuesday cleared a major hurdle toward passing three long-delayed trade agreements that supporters say could create thousands of jobs and boost U.S. exports.
The "Fast and Furious" probe isn't the first time Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr.'s truthfulness has been challenged by members of Congress.
There is a problem brewing in the House of Representatives of which most conservatives in and outside Congress are largely unaware. It has to do with H.J. Res. 1 - the balanced budget amendment - soon to be voted on per the debt-ceiling "deal" struck by Congress and the president. While H.J. Res. 1 is a solid first effort - and we have urged support for it as a symbolic vote - it is possibly fatally flawed and should be revised.
A scientist whose observations of drowned polar bears spurred national publicity on climate change returned to work Friday at the federal agency that oversees offshore petroleum drilling.
Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz, who for months flirted with the possibility of challenging fellow Republican Sen. Orrin G. Hatch, said Monday that he will seek a third term in the House instead.
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill on Thursday clashed over long-delayed free-trade agreements with South Korea, Colombia and Panama, with Republicans balking at an Obama administration demand to attach money for a program to aid American workers as a part of the package.