Congressional Budget Office numbers are “gamed for predetermined outcomes,” lawmaker says.
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Loophole currently leaves unpaid interns vulnerable to behavior that can have "serious consequences" for their lives and careers, bill's proponents say.
He'll focus on a big-picture vision for the country's future—with some plans for how America can get there.
A bill to improve public-records access is advancing, but the endgame is murky and some provisions are rankling open-government advocates.
The Daily Show and The Late Show look at the president's upcoming address.
House will flex its muscles against Iran, North Korea.
The 2016 candidate keeps toys in his pants pockets as a symbol for his campaign.
Better photos could expose safety and security flaws, watchdog says.