Sen. Johnny Isakson once again pushing VA accountability legislation

Roger Ailes dies at 77

VA Congressman pushes to federally deregulate marijuana

Sen. Bill Nelson threatening congressional action if airlines fail to improve behavior

Perry discusses new role as energy secretary

White House Chief of Staff grades POTUS: "He gets a solid A"

Veterans call for more improvements as Congress extends the "Choice Act"

The uncertain future of online privacy after FCC rule roll back

Delta still struggling to operate with staff shortage following cancellations

Lawmakers look to solve paid leave problem

Lawmakers questioning administration's funding request for border wall

Lawmakers hoping to seize opportunity following Gulf of Mexico land auction announcement

New York lawmakers on health care bill: will there be bipartisanship?

Ohio Congressman explores the future of self-driving cars

Art advocates take aim at Washington, fight for NEA, NEH funding

Florida congressman continues push for better deal in ACF River Basin dispute

Gov. Rick Scott does bidding in Washington for Florida health care

Democratic & Republican female senators look to tackle paid family leave

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Airline Passenger Accused of Trying to Bite Attendant

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