The most modern part of America’s economy has the most obsolete law.
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Senate will consider legislation that would put a gradually rising tax on carbon dioxide emissions
The House Energy and Commerce Chairman and his niece bring it — under the Capitol dome and on the catwalk
House votes 245-161 to phase out DOE loan program that enabled Solyndra
As CEO resigns, Congress demands answers on FCC-LiqhtSquared collaboration
Reps. Fred Upton and Greg Walden are investigating a controversial decision made by the regulator.
Upton calls the CLASS Act a ‘program that was never structured to work, and that we could never afford’
‘Was there incompetence, was there any influence of a political nature? And I would have to say no’
House Energy and Commerce subcommittee voted 14-9 along party lines to authorize subpoenas of top White House officials
Author may have violated federal rule to justify paying investors before taxpayers
CEO and CFO invoke the Fifth Amendment more than 20 times as Republicans grill them
Burdensome regulations are destroying good-paying jobs in the medical device industry. That must change.
Committee must find $1.2 trillion in spending cuts in the coming months
The program is bankrupting states.
Nineteen Democrats joined Republicans to defy a veto promise by President Obama
Despite Senate failure, Republicans see silver lining in bipartisan consensus to rein in EPA authority
While Obama tries to soothe concerns over high energy costs, critics aren’t buying it based on administration’s past performance
Environmentalists hold up clean energy production; say wind and solar plants threaten wildlife