Congress could pass separate legislation based on concepts included in the House Republican plan to replace the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act, House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling said Tuesday, although such a move would be part of a "long game" strategy.
Congress could pass separate legislation based on concepts included in the House Republican plan to replace the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act, House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling said Tuesday, although such a move would be part of a "long game" strategy.
The Trump administration’s budget proposal followed through on campaign promises to cut spending at the Environmental Protection Agency and to shift away from climate change programs, but still drew criticism Tuesday from Republicans whose constituents could be affected by the proposed cuts.
The Trump administration’s budget proposal followed through on campaign promises to cut spending at the Environmental Protection Agency and to shift away from climate change programs, but still drew criticism Tuesday from Republicans whose constituents could be affected by the proposed cuts.
The role of digital disruptors to traditional industries came into sharp focus and generated debate Tuesday at a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee hearing.
The role of digital disruptors to traditional industries came into sharp focus and generated debate Tuesday at a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee hearing.
The border adjustment tax came into focus at a House Ways and Means Committee hearing Tuesday that illuminated the challenge it faces as a politically fraught linchpin of the House GOP tax overhaul effort.
The border adjustment tax came into focus at a House Ways and Means Committee hearing Tuesday that illuminated the challenge it faces as a politically fraught linchpin of the House GOP tax overhaul effort.
The battle over net neutrality can be traced back to the Federal Communications Commission's "Computer Inquiries" from the 1970s and 80s. At the time, the agency was faced with the prospect of technological convergence between telecommunications and various forms of computer processing.
The battle over net neutrality can be traced back to the Federal Communications Commission's "Computer Inquiries" from the 1970s and 80s. At the time, the agency was faced with the prospect of technological convergence between telecommunications and various forms of computer processing.
U.S. foreign policy over the past two presidents has been difficult for leaders in post-Soviet countries to gauge. At various times, they have been friends when an airbase was needed, foes when abuses of human rights were reported and, more frequently, ignored as a strategic partner. The incoming administration inherits a sense of unease in the region but also opportunity.
U.S. foreign policy over the past two presidents has been difficult for leaders in post-Soviet countries to gauge. At various times, they have been friends when an airbase was needed, foes when abuses of human rights were reported and, more frequently, ignored as a strategic partner. The incoming administration inherits a sense of unease in the region but also opportunity.
For three decades U.S. nuclear power has been strongly influenced by three forces — one from the market, one from regulations and one from apathy.
For three decades U.S. nuclear power has been strongly influenced by three forces — one from the market, one from regulations and one from apathy.
Whistleblowers who take information about possible violations to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission will have added protections from retaliation under new rules adopted Monday.
Whistleblowers who take information about possible violations to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission will have added protections from retaliation under new rules adopted Monday.
The Trump administration on Monday named a Louisiana utility regulator who served on the board of an oil logistics company to lead a bureau responsible for regulating offshore drilling.
The Trump administration on Monday named a Louisiana utility regulator who served on the board of an oil logistics company to lead a bureau responsible for regulating offshore drilling.
The Trump administration and the House of Representatives asked an appeals court to continue to hold a case focused on certain Affordable Care Act payments, exacerbating insurers’ uncertainty ahead of an important June deadline.
The Trump administration and the House of Representatives asked an appeals court to continue to hold a case focused on certain Affordable Care Act payments, exacerbating insurers’ uncertainty ahead of an important June deadline.
The White House and the House of Representatives are set to give a status update to a U.S. Court of Appeals on Monday in an Obamacare-related lawsuit, but it’s unclear whether any developments would be good news for insurers.
The White House and the House of Representatives are set to give a status update to a U.S. Court of Appeals on Monday in an Obamacare-related lawsuit, but it’s unclear whether any developments would be good news for insurers.
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Tech Brief: FCC Faces Scrutiny for Reporter ‘Manhandling’ Incident

After the National Press Club issued a release reporting that a journalist had been “manhandled” by security guards at a Federal Communications Commission press conference, Sens. Tom Udall (D-N.M.) and Maggie Hassan (D-N.H.) wrote a letter asking FCC Chairman Ajit Pai for details surrounding the incident and assurances it won’t happen again. They requested a response by May 26.

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