A congressional standoff over how to renew an expiring highway-funding bill pushed the Senate into a rare and heated Sunday session, but the legislative path forward remains unclear, leaving federal transportation projects hanging in the balance.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx announced Friday his department is opening an investigation into allegations of price gouging by five airlines after a deadly Amtrak crash curtailed train service for days in the Northeast.
The so-called sharing economy is fast emerging as a 2016 presidential battleground, exposing fundamentally different approaches over how to embrace new technologies without hurting American workers.
New research out Friday shows that Republicans will need a larger slice of Latino voters than previously thought if they hope to win the White House in 2016, creating an even tougher hurdle for the eventual nominee.
When Rand Paul began charting his presidential run, the Ray-Ban-wearing senator and heir apparent to a libertarian legacy rebranded himself to suit more mainstream Republican tastes.
Days after President Obama announced a milestone nuclear agreement with Iran, the administration seems to be winning Round One against Republican congressional opponents.
Critics of the Iran nuclear agreement will find much to not like in the deal announced Tuesday. Over the next 60 days, Congress will review the 109-page accord, culminating in a vote of approval or disapproval likely to occur in September. Here's a look at some of the key criticism and the arguments...
Many members of Congress remain deeply skeptical of the landmark deal announced Tuesday to halt Iran's nuclear ambitions but are unlikely to have the votes to stop it.