Edward Snowden has come in from the cold – on Twitter.
Snowden, a former National Security Agency contractor who leaked details about the U.S....
Congressional Republicans on Tuesday challenged Planned Parenthood's U.S. taxpayer support, while the health organization's... read full article
1 week ago
Legislation to avoid a U.S. government shutdown and provide temporary funds for federal agencies in the fiscal year beginning on Thursday cleared an important procedural hurdle in the Senate on Monday.
With the 60 votes needed, the Senate limited debate on the stopgap funding bill that would extend current agency spending until Dec. 11.
The Senate is expected to pass the bill on Tuesday or Wednesday, sending it to the House for passage before a midnight Wednesday deadline.