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One U.S. congresswoman thinks drug testing the rich will save more taxpayer money than screening possible welfare recipients.
Former U.S. attorney general Eric Holder is backing Uber against various policymakers, citing social injustices.
Senate Democrats are filibustering today until their Republican counterparts agree to legislation that sounds similar to Trump's stance on gun control...
New congressional legislation was just introduced, compelling the White House to disclose details about its billion-dollar payout to Iran in January.
It's come down to Paul Ryan vs. Mitch McConnell in the congressional battle of spending bills this summer.
Who will win?
Former Attorney General Eric Holder has changed his tune on Edward Snowden's data dump three years ago.
The U.S.-Cuban debt settlement claims are being all but ignored during today's bilateral commission talks between the two former Cold War foes.
Was there a secret U.S. government plot to take down the Cuban government through a Twitter-like social media platform?
That depends on who you ask...
Did you hear about the New Jersey law that requires autos to be sold through dealerships? It will force Tesla to stop selling its vehicles in that state as of April 1. But that's only one of many dumb laws that plague America today.