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SEATTLE — An aging tank of high-level radioactive waste is leaking at the Hanford nuclear site in south-central Washington state at the rate of up to 300 gallons a year, federal authorities disclosed Friday after discovering a dip in the volume of...
WASHINGTON -- Senate Democrats took to the floor Monday to defend a $60.4-billion aid package for victims of Superstorm Sandy against critiques from Republicans and conservative organizations. The Club for Growth, a prominent conservative nonprofit...
World NowTop appropriators in Washington have agreed to continue funding the Palestinian Authority provided that it does not press any further with its campaign to win more diplomatic recognition at the United Nations....
Nation NowJerry Lewis of California: U.S. Rep. Jerry Lewis, dean of California's GOP delegation, announces his plans to retire, further shaking up California congressional politics....
L.A. NOWThe U.S. Senate approved a package of legislation Thursday night that eliminates future funding for high speed rail projects, including the California bullet train. The vote, coming after a similar vote in the House of Representatives, leaves the future...
Money & CompanyUncle Sam has thrown California and other high-priced housing markets a lifeline. President Obama on Friday signed into law a bill that will reinstate higher limits for Federal Housing Administration-backed mortgages in high-cost areas. In expensive...
Los Angeles TimesA local House member says he will ask Congress to launch an inquiry next month into the U.S. Forest Service's response to the Station fire, including a decision to withhold water-dropping aircraft during the critical second day of the blaze. Rep. Adam B....
Los Angeles TimesCiting questions raised by the devastating Station blaze, a local House member has asked that Congress require the U.S. Forest Service to consider lifting a decades-old ban on the use of aircraft to fight fires after dark. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank)...
Tags: Environmental Issues, Adam Schiff, Fires, Conservation
Richmond Times-DispatchVirginia hospitals face an anxious summer and fall as state lawmakers begin to take a hard look at reforming -- and potentially expanding -- the state's Medicaid program for the poor, elderly and disabled. Next month, a new legislative commission will...
The Hutchinson News, Kan.State Rep. Dan Hawkins, R-Wichita, omitted a dash mark and a blurb about the governor's upcoming Flint Hills motorcycle ride. Otherwise, the legislative update Hawkins posted on his website matched the update Kansas House Republican leadership drafted....
Richmond Times-DispatchNorfolk State University has been unable to complete a financial audit for two consecutive years, prompting state legislators to call for greater accountability. Martha S. Mavredes, the state auditor of public accounts, told legislators on Monday that...
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