Saturday | The Big Picture
Last month, an unlikely pair of senators - Sherrod Brown, an Ohio Democrat, and David Vitter, a Louisiana Republican - introduced a non-binding resolution calling for the end of the implicit subsidies that "too big to fail" banks enjoy.
Saturday | NH Insider
The Competitive Enterprise Institute will hold a Congressional staff and media briefing on "EPA's FOIA Scandals: 'Richard Windsor,' Gina McCarthy, and the Abuse of Power," given by Chris Horner, author of The Liberal War on Transparency and CEI Senior Fellow, from 3 to 4 PM on Monday, May 20, in room 406 of the Senate Dirksen Office Building.
Saturday | WDSU-TV New Orleans
Cases as reviewed by the IRS inspector general as potential political cases not eligible for tax exempt status as of May 31, 2012.
Two St. John the Baptist Parish deputy sheriffs, gunned down last August in an ambush shooting in LaPace, were honored this week by thousands of police officers attending National Police Week activities here in Washington.
Being next to the water is one of the pleasures of life in Louisiana. But alarm is spreading over the potential for massive flood insurance hikes.
Reason and cool heads have prevailed at the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, and Gina McCarthy 's nomination to lead the Environmental Protection Agency has been advanced to the Senate for a vote.
Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., said Friday that she will introduce legislation soon to delay implementation of a 2012 flood insurance law that is leading to sharply higher premiums for policyholders.
I try not to write about things I don't know much about, and I'll be the first to admit I understand little about high finance.
A Republican senator says allegations that the Environmental Protection Agency has made it more difficult for conservative groups to obtain information is no different from the burgeoning scandal at the IRS.
The U.S. Senate passed legislation on Wednesday, May 15, that would create a Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Authority, a key development in addressing America's trillion-dollar water infrastructure challenge.
There are three main approaches being taken by the enemies of large U.S. banks, and all of them are bad ideas.
The Senate Agriculture Committee has approved a farm bill that would grandfather most rural communities that are currently eligible for Rural Housing Service loans.
Despite reforms to tighten prohibitions against animal fighting, a glaring federal law loophole remains: Attendance at an animal fight must be made a federal crime.
Sen. David Vitter hails Senate passage Wednesday May 15 of a water resources bill that he says should advance key Corps projects in Louisiana.
In a rare display of bipartisanship on major legislation, the U.S. Senate passed Sen.
Shares of the nation's second largest bank by total assets closed at $13.34 Tuesday, returning 15% this year, after more than doubling during 2012.