by Ian Millhiser Jul 15, 2015
A letter from several House Republicans suggests that bipartisan progress on criminal justice reform could prove fragile in the face of some lawmakers' overarching need to attack leaders of the other party.
by Casey Quinlan Jul 15, 2015
Democrats will push for an accountability amendment and pre-k amendment Wednesday.
by Casey Quinlan Jul 8, 2015
Research shows 18 to 24 year olds experience the highest rates of stalking.
by Casey Quinlan Jul 6, 2015
The Heritage Foundation hopes to include the A Plus Act amendment in the Every Child Achieves Act when it goes back to the House floor next week.
by Casey Quinlan Jun 22, 2015
Several civil rights groups say The Elementary and Secondary Education Act, or No Child Left Behind, needs to include more federal oversight and accountability.
by Samantha Page Jun 12, 2015
The House just bought more time in the controversial trade agreement.
by Samantha Page Jun 11, 2015
A bid for Republican support on the TPP could have dire effects down the road, some environmentalists say.
by Ryan Koronowski Jun 8, 2015
The fight to solve the climate crisis is itself a race against time, and the Clean Power Plan is no less than that same race distilled down into an American political fight.
by Samantha Page Jun 2, 2015
The whole world knows the U.S. Congress is a no-go on addressing climate change. But will that derail climate talks this year?
by Natasha Geiling May 28, 2015
The World Resources Institute says that through implementing and strengthening existing policy, the U.S. can meet its climate goals -- without Congress.