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Florida Gov. Rick Scott has reportedly barred state officials from using the words "climate change," a charge he has denied.

White House Tweaks Rick Scott Ahead Of Earth Day Visit

Obama to bring climate-change message to political hot zone.

"The proposal was not enough for those on the left and way too much for those of us who believe that the Constitution says the president is the Commander-in-Chief," Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz, said.

The AUMF Was Always a Political Disaster

The incentive to officially declare war against ISIS was never really there.

Sen. David Vitter, R-La.

Senator Asks Colleagues to Take 'One Step Closer to Living Under Obamacare'

Republican David Vitter wants support for a subpoena of info on why Congress is considered a "small business" for health insurance purposes.

Nine to Five, After 65

The number of senior citizens in the workforce has nearly tripled since the 1970s.

Play of the Day: How the Gyrocopter Guy Evaded the American Security Apparatus

Finding out his intentions was not exactly like finding a needle in a haystack.

Grassley Is Not on Board With NSA Reform

The key Senate Republican is not ready to give the USA Freedom Act his blessing.

Union Joins Lawmakers in Embracing De-Federalization of FAA

Air traffic controllers have reached a 'breaking point' with Congress' instability.

DEA Administrator Michelle Leonhart has been under fire for her handling of the organization.

DEA Chief to Resign Amid Sex Party Scandal

The White House and lawmakers have declined to publicly express support for the 35-year DEA veteran.

Obama announced Lynch's nomination in November.

Attorney General Nominee Loretta Lynch Gets Her Vote

The Senate is set to confirm the attorney general nominee after a five-month delay, thanks to an unrelated bipartisan deal on abortion.

Vets Sue VA Over Access to Medical Records

Plaintiffs say department has ignored their requests for documents necessary to apply for disability benefits.