He voted against cloture but was the lone senator not to vote on final passage.
In a new report, the Western Governors’ Association says state and local action to protect habitats should be adequate to avoid having the bird designated an endangered species.
On Capitol Hill, Republicans and Democrats agree the drone program has been a valuable tool in the war against terror.
That's right: The National Security Agency introduced a computer-generated mascot teaching kids to sort their trash.
The former secretary of state has long held progressive economic views—but that's only one aspect of her political identity.
Legislation also would extend probationary period for new workers to 18 months.
A bipartisan group is launching a final push to reform the government’s spying apparatus.
Five senators oppose Vitter's effort, and he accuses them of wanting to "protect congressional perks."
Clinton's lawyers and Rep. Trey Gowdy's committee are engaged in a polite battle of letters.
The president has different looks for difference scenarios.
The move may thwart any attempt to reform the NSA’s mass-surveillance authorities.