CEOs Of AT&T, Time Warner To Sell Merger To Skeptical SenateThe CEOs of AT&T and Time Warner are heading to Capitol Hill in a bid to convince senators that a merger of their two companies will mean innovative new experiences for consumers.
Stopgap Spending Bill To Be Unveiled As Congress Finishes Upongress is quickening its pace toward adjourning late this week, marching toward a final vote on legislation boosting medical research and speeding drug approvals and readying a stopgap spending bill to prevent the government from shutting down this weekend.
House Pushes Ahead With $611 Billion Defense Policy Bill The Republican-led House is pushing ahead with a $611 billion defense policy bill that prohibits closing the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and forbids the Pentagon from trimming the number of military bases.
Congress Backs Bill On Customer Rights For Online ReviewCongress is sending President Barack Obama legislation to ensure that customers who want to post negative reviews on websites like Yelp or TripAdvisor can do so without legal repercussions.
Arkansas Voters Back Trump, Weigh Medical Marijuana ProposalArkansas delivered its six electoral votes to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and re-elected GOP Sen. John Boozman on Tuesday, as voters also decided several ballot issues.
Trump Wants Term Limits For House, SenateRepublican Presidential candidate Donald Trump says he wants congressional term limits of six years for House members and 12 years for the Senate.
Congress Tied Up In Partisan Knots Over Basic DutyCongress has completed its most elementary task -- but only after an intense, weekslong struggle to reach a deal to fund the government just days ahead of a shutdown deadline.
Congress Moves To Block 'Victory Tax' On Olympic AthletesA bill moving forward in Congress would block the IRS from taxing most medals or other prizes awarded to U.S. Olympians.
House To Vote On Sept. 11 Legislation As Veto Threat LoomsThe House is scheduled to vote on a bipartisan bill that would allow families of Sept. 11 victims to sue the government of Saudi Arabia.
GOP Faces Choices On Zika Funding, Government Shutdown, Impeaching IRS ChiefCongress' Republican leaders are facing decisions on averting a federal shutdown, containing the Zika virus and impeaching the head of the IRS.
Congress Returns To Battle Over Zika, Keep Government OpenLawmakers returning to Washington after a seven-week break picked up right where they left off — feuding about legislation to battle the mosquito-borne Zika virus and deadlocked over the defense budget.
Congress Returns From Vacation With Long To-Do List, But Little Chance Of ActionLawmakers will have a little more than four weeks beginning Tuesday before they are scheduled to leave town again before the election.