Sen. Ted Cruz (R., Texas) plans to offer numerous amendments to a federal highway funding bill reauthorizing an export finance agency that the GOP presidential hopeful has pledged to kill, his staff confirmed on Monday.
A leading green energy trade association couches its advocacy in terms of support for American jobs and manufacturing, but a committee of executives representing numerous foreign firms drives the group’s agenda.
Under a landmark nuclear deal reached on Tuesday, Iranian oil companies will have greater access to world markets than their American competitors.
After resigning from her position as director of the Office of Personnel Management on Friday in the wake of the largest government data breach in U.S. history, Katherine Archuleta said she was particularly proud of the agency’s strategic information security plan.
House investigators subpoenaed Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday requesting documents on the department’s review of the Keystone XL pipeline that they say have been withheld from Congress.
Hillary Clinton told CNN on Tuesday that she was never personally subpoenaed. Rep. Trey Gowdy (R., S.C.) says that is simply false, and on Wednesday he released the documentation proving it.
Billionaire Democratic donor Tom Steyer is listed as a “manager” of a green energy company that finances solar and energy efficiency projects, public records show.
Tom Steyer, the billionaire Democratic donor, provided a seven-figure cash infusion for his super PAC in late May, kicking off what will likely be an expensive election cycle for the group.
A prominent left-wing group helped formulate Environmental Protection Agency talking points designed to sell a controversial regulatory scheme to skeptical journalists, internal emails show.
A spokeswoman for the Transportation Security Administration on Tuesday posted photos online of a passenger’s luggage, which contained large amounts of cash, despite admitting it violated no laws or regulations.