Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, was welcomed to Washington Tuesday like a conquering corporate hero, not the boss of a firm that has found all sorts of ways to dodge the US Tax Code.
With Washington distracted by scandals small and large, the immigration bill is quietly sailing through the Senate Judiciary Committee
It was the 37th time since taking control in 2011 that House Republicans have voted to repeal or defund all or parts of the President’s signature legislative achievement.
The Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of conservative groups is outrageous, but TIME’s Joe Klein says Washington should focus on larger issues like the collapse of the middle class
White House Chief of Staff Dennis McDonough and House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan discussed the budget over beers at Brasserie Beck
Stumping for Hurricane Sandy relief, the New York Senator shows why he’s become a force in Washington
Congress has barred the U.S. military from seeing how many empty bedrooms – oops, make that surplus posts, bases, hangars, piers and runways – it has.
Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.)extolled the benefits of the Federal Helium Program on the House floor today
In small ways and big, Congress’s FAA climbdown is Washington at its worst
Unpopular Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has turned to wunderkind video producer Lucas Baiano to spice up his image.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio hit seven Sunday shows—a record—to sell this week’s Senate proposal to reform immigration law. As he repeated his soundbites over and over again, it became clear he was the real topic.
Majority Leader Harry Reid filed for cloture on the Senate’s gun-control bill, scheduling a key procedural vote on guns for later this week.
The request puts into question whether the FEC will treat same-sex couples as married in the future.