by Josh Israel Oct 26, 2015
"It’s another example of the pay-to-play culture in Washington and the cozy relationship between K Street and Capitol Hill."
by Kira Lerner Oct 22, 2015
He's campaigning on his record of standing up to Washington.
by Samantha Page Oct 9, 2015
The vote sets up a potential fight in the Senate and eventual veto from the White House.
by Ian Millhiser Oct 8, 2015
It is possible that there is no one in America who can win an absolute majority of House members votes, the amount that is necessary to become the next speaker.
by Ian Millhiser Sep 30, 2015
Winter is coming.
by Josh Israel Sep 25, 2015
The most likely members to become the next speaker are likely to be as conservative as John Boehner or more so.
by Ian Millhiser Sep 10, 2015
Their victory rests on a novel distinction establishing a novel limitation to a novel rule that carves out a novel exception to decades of established precedent.
by Samantha Page Jul 23, 2015
The bill undermine's the EPA's attempt to regulate coal ash.
by Natasha Geiling Jul 22, 2015
A House committee held a hearing about the Social Cost of Carbon, and came up with some wild ideas about why carbon is good for society.
by Katie Valentine Jun 25, 2015
The bill would allow governors to refuse to comply with the Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Power Plan.