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Each day this week well be bringing you capsules on figures mentioned in the Senate Intelligence Committee report on the detention and interrogation practices of the George W. Bush administration, how it might affect them, where they are now and what theyve said about the report, if anything. Up next: Jay Bybee. Previously: Parts I, II, III, IV, V
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A group of 36 House and Senate Democrats wrote to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler Thursday, saying its time for action on net neutrality rules, and that those rules should reclassify broadband service as a common carrier with appropriate forbearance.
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More oil projects are getting scrapped as companies pare off more expensive endeavors in the face of a close to 50 percent drop in prices.
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The A-10 was one of the biggest and most controversial weapons systems on the chopping block in Obamas budget, and Congress refused to do the chopping last week. Now, the close air support plane commonly known as the Warthog is firing at ISIS in Iraq.
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Retiring Rep. Jim Gerlach is heading to Venable LLP, where the Pennsylvania Republican will join other former lawmakers such as Rep. Bart Stupak, D-Mich., and Sen. Birch Bayh, D-Ind., in the legislative and government affairs firm.
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Prescription drug packages include not only medicine but also an array of folded printed instructions and warning notices, all of which are tightly regulated by the Food and Drug Administration. However, the drug regulatory agency wants to eliminate some of the dense reading material. In a rule proposal set for publication on Thursday, the FDA proposes eliminating drug-labeling information provided for those who prescribe the drug, such as physicians and pharmacists. Printed label instructions designed for consumers are not the subject of the rule proposal.
There isnt a consensus on whether in the next decade well have a commonly-accepted privacy-rights infrastructure that balances business innovation and individual privacy options, according to a report released Thursday by the Pew Research Center and Elon University.
Riffing on the news over Sony pulling The Interview following a big cyber hack and threatened attack, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said Thursday that Congress must finally pass long-overdue comprehensive cybersecurity legislation.
A reported epidemic of abuse of prescription drugs, which is largely focused on the misuse of prescription painkillers, will continue to focus the attention of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee next year. Concern about the issue is one topic that enjoys broad bipartisan support within the committee but the panel is short on new ideas for legislative action.
To give a retrospective of the past years events and trends in transportation, weve asked a range of analysts, trade association leaders, and advocates to tell us what they think was the most encouraging, or most discouraging, transportation development, trend, or event of 2014.
A Supreme Court decision next year could severely complicate the ongoing implementation of Affordable Care Act. A court ruling in favor of a challenge (King v. Burwell) on the legality of insurance subsidies offered on exchanges operated by the federal government could halt subsidies on the federal exchanges and cause a cascade of problems. Current subsidies for 13 million people could be voided and premium prices would effectively skyrocket.
Each day this week well be bringing you capsules on figures mentioned in the Senate Intelligence Committee report on the detention and interrogation practices of the George W. Bush administration, how it might affect them, where they are now and what theyve said about the report, if anything. Up next: Scott Muller. Previously: Parts I, II, III, IV
Spot prices for January delivery of liquefied natural gas to Asia dropped by 47 percent from a year ago, down to $10.062 per million British thermal units, the largest one year drop and the lowest level since 2011, according to data from Platts. That is about a cent below the cost to liquefy and ship gas from Louisiana at January prices.
Metrorail service in the nations capital was delayed Tuesday morning after a water main burst near 12th and F streets NW in downtown D.C. Service on the Orange, Blue and Silver lines was suspended between the LEnfant Plaza and Farragut West stops while crews worked to repair damage.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau sued Sprint on Tuesday, alleging the company made wireless customers pay for unauthorized third-party charges over a roughly 10-year period.