Researchers at the Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention and the National Institutes of Health will split $25 million dollars.
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An economist and a financial planner break down the most important changes in the SECURE Act, which goes into effect Jan. 1.
Some members of Congress want to include more funding for election security in the next federal spending bill, due on Dec. 20.
Well, it depends.
A busy agenda, including a looming deadline for a spending deal, awaits lawmakers returning from their summer recess.
Some argue Congressional recess is when the real work gets done, when lobbying groups pull out all the stops to get policies passed.
Lawmakers need to raise money for 2020 as seats become less and less safe. At least some of them are having fun while doing so.
The panel in the House Antitrust Committee comes amid bipartisan scrutiny of Amazon, Facebook, Google and Apple.
Do possible wage gains matter more than potential job losses?
A bill to regulate so-called "Teflon" chemicals found in nonstick pans and waterproof clothing is moving quickly through Congress.