WASHINGTON — After promising to be the “most transparent” in history, the Obama administration is still refusing to release four seconds of a recording that Richard Nixon’s chief of staff, H.R. Haldeman, made 42 years ago.
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WASHINGTON — A federal grand jury on Wednesday indicted Sen. Robert Menendez of New Jersey, charging the senior Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee with trading political help for assorted benefits from an ambitious Florida eye doctor.
WASHINGTON — The White House, which halted weapons transfers to Egypt in mid-2013 to protest a military takeover and harsh political crackdown there, reversed course Tuesday and announced a quick infusion of military aid to help Cairo respond to the mounting turmoil in the Middle East.
Facing Republican resistance at home and delays abroad, the Obama administration Tuesday pledged its most ambitious target yet for cutting global warming pollution.
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court narrowly ruled Tuesday that health-care providers cannot sue states in order to bump up Medicaid reimbursement rates they say are unlawfully low.
MERRIMACK, N.H. — When Sen. Ted Cruz finally made it to the primary season campaign trail on Friday, more than four full days after officially announcing his presidential bid, he said he felt good. Really good.
WASHINGTON — A California school dispute that arose when students wore shirts emblazoned with the American flag on Cinco de Mayo could prompt the Supreme Court to take a new look at the free-speech rules for high schools.
WASHINGTON – House Republicans and Democrats came together last week to resolve a decade-old deficiency in the way doctors are reimbursed by Medicare.
WASHINGTON — The House of Representatives easily passed bipartisan legislation Thursday to update the way Medicare pays physicians and extend federal funding for a popular children’s health insurance program, putting pressure on the Senate to act before Congress recesses Friday.
WASHINGTON — In his first three days as a declared presidential candidate, Sen. Ted Cruz missed more than a dozen votes in the Senate.