The Supreme Court will hear arguments on the administration's cross-state air pollution rule.
U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer is pushing back on Environmental Protection Agency regulations that would require municipalities to replace fire hydrants that contain more than a certain amount of lead. The hydrants are expensive, typically $1,200 a ...
On Monday, the U.S. Senate is scheduled to vote on the confirmation of Patricia Millett, an experienced Supreme Court advocate, as a judge on the nation’s second-most-powerful court. The next day, in a reminder of the importance of the U.S.
Congress, Supreme Court continue business as usual
Meet the luckless Obama appointees caught in career limbo.
With the House scheduled to adjourn for the year on Friday, both chambers will try to address a bevy of unfinished business this week, including the budget, a defense bill, and legislation to fund food stamps and farm programs.
By Lawrence Hurley and Valerie Volcovici WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. government's authority to regulate air pollution nationwide, often against the wishes of Republican-leaning states, could face new curbs when the Supreme Court takes on two ...
President Obama, Democrats are steering the nation's second most powerful court to the left.