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21 min ago | The Wall Street Journal
President Barack Obama continued to reshape his senior staff Friday with the announcement that Miguel Rodriguez would leave his job as legislative affairs director after less than a year in the post.
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1 hr ago | VDARE.com
The failing economy of the once-Golden State has perked up enough to start drawing newbies once again, with more than 300,000 new residents in the last year.
5 hrs ago | Boating Industry
In a clear victory for the marine industry - and many others impacted by the existing federal corn ethanol mandate - a group of 10 U.S. Senators introduced a bipartisan bill that would eliminate the federal government's rule that requires the corn-based fuel be included in the country's gasoline blend.
Water is an emerging concern for the Central Valley with both short- and long-term concerns.
Senator Lamar Alexander on Thursday introduced legislation to prohibit cell phone conversations on commercial airline flights, a possibility the Federal Communications Commission is scheduled to consider today.
The Senate Intelligence Committee and Central Intelligence Agency still have major disagreements over a huge report the committee is trying to complete that is highly critical of harsh counter-terrorism practices such as "waterboarding," which the agency used under President George W. Bush.
Most people don't want to hear cell phone calls in an airplane cruising at 30,000 feet, according to a new survey.
National Security Agency Gen. Keith Alexander, Deputy Attorney General James Cole and Office of the Director for National Intelligence General Counsel Robert Litt were all witnesses for another Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on surveillance.
Lake Oroville levels dipped extremely low in 2009, the last time California declared a statewide drought.
U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn is joining with a bipartisan group of senators to eliminate the mandate for blending corn ethanol into gasoline refined and consumed in the United States.
WASHINGTON _ Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Muskogee, and Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-CA, introduced a bill Thursday to end the federal mandate requiring a certain amount of corn ethanol be blended in U.S. gasoline.
In the aftermath of the deadly Metro-North train wreck in New York, there was ample fuel for outrage.
Senators are working on separate bills to aggressively reduce the amount of corn-based ethanol required under the renewable-fuel standard.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein and her husband are tied to questionable dealings between the world's largest commercial real estate firm and the U.S. Postal Service, according to investigative journalist Peter Byrne.
Using antibiotics to promote growth in turkeys and other animals processed for meat would be illegal under the plan.
Bad news, White House: It looks like the Senate will push ahead with a legislative response to the Iran interim nuclear deal over your strenuous objections.
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper talks with President Barack Obama in the Oval Office.