Former Jon Kyl aides form new lobbying practice in Phoenix
A group of aides to former U.S. senator Jon Kyl have started a new lobbying practice in Phoenix.
Congress to vote on bill that aims to stop patent trolling
A Samsung smart phone and Apple smart phone--the quintessential patent lawsuit. Congress is trying to make patent lawsuits harder.
Liz Cheney: The Republican Party Is Heading In A 'Dangerous' Direction On Foreign Policy
JULY 17: Wyoming Senate candidate Liz Cheney answers a question from a reporter at a news conference in the Little America Hotel and Resort in Cheyenne, Wyoming on July 17, 2013.
National Review Online
I Know What You are Doing May 17th
You'll be boarding the Explorer of the Seas , Royal Caribbean's beautiful ship, in Cape Liberty, NJ, as you head off for five nights of glorious conservative revelry on the National Review 2014 Bermuda Cruise .
Adelson Online Gambling Effort Faces Long Odds
Las Vegas Sands Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Sheldon Adelson faces opposition in Congress and from casino-industry colleagues in his longshot effort to stop Internet gambling.
HOH: GOP Aide Recruits Tour Companions for Proposal
Senate Republican Policy Committee counsel Michael Stransky not only fulfilled his sweetheart's wish of finally taking in the breathtaking view from the top of the Capitol Dome, he also convinced visiting tourists to pose as paparazzi during the surprise proposal he sprung on his now-fianceA©, Jennifer Pollom.
Fire Rescue Magazine
Federal Government Leaves Border Towns with Unpaid Ambulance Bills
NOGALES, Ariz. - Many communities across the U.S. have problems getting reimbursed for sending ambulances to pick up patients, but for one community along the U.S.-Mexico border, the delinquent party is the federal government, which the city of Nogales says owes it hundreds of thousands of dollars for picking up immigrants.
Top Senate IP staffer to law firm
Aaron Cooper, the Senate Judiciary Committee's chief counsel for intellectual property and antitrust law, is joining the Washington, D.C., office of law firm and lobbying shop Covington & Burling.
U.S. government stiffs Arizona border town for immigrant ambulance costs
Many communities across the U.S. have problems getting reimbursed for sending ambulances to pick up patients, but for one community along the U.S.- Mexico border, the delinquent party is the federal government, which the city of Nogales says owes it hundreds of thousands of dollars for picking up immigrants.