WASHINGTON—A congressional standoff over how to renew an expiring highway-funding bill pushed the Senate into a rare and heated Sunday session, but the legislative path forward remains unclear, leaving federal transportation projects hanging in the balance.
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WINTERSET, Iowa — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton repeatedly insisted Saturday that she did not send or receive classified information through her personal email system.
WASHINGTON — Sen. Ted Cruz attacked his own party’s leader on the Senate floor Friday, accusing Mitch McConnell of lying by telling fellow Republicans he wouldn’t allow a vote on renewing the Export-Import Bank.
WASHINGTON - The House voted last week to block federal crime-fighting funds from going to “sanctuary cities” where police do not routinely report undocumented immigrants to federal authorities.
LAREDO, Texas — Donald Trump ran to the border in a whirlwind two-hour trip Thursday, and in quick succession, he managed to slam Washington officials, fellow GOP candidates, the press and anyone who thought he should apologize for remarks made about illegal immigrants.
WASHINGTON — How do you deal with a bully like Donald Trump?
WASHINGTON — Ten national education groups on Wednesday urged Congress to move quickly to finalize revisions to No Child Left Behind, the nation’s main federal education law.
WASHINGTON — Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky, in need of a boost for his presidential campaign, is launching an attempt to end federal funding for Planned Parenthood by amending a multiyear highway bill.
PITTSBURGH — President Barack Obama on Tuesday defended his administration’s national security record, focusing particularly on its Iran nuclear agreement, as he addressed the national convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
WASHINGTON — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said Tuesday that a bipartisan agreement has been reached on a six-year surface transportation bill that will increase money spent on roadways and transit systems.