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Senate Intelligence Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., has acknowledged that a Senate vote on her cybersecurity bill likely isnt going to happen before the 113th Congress ends, according to a story (subscription) by CQ Roll Calls Rob Margetta.
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Senate Democrats, who hold enough votes next year to stall consideration of controversial measures, will likely block action Republican-led action on contentious health topics particularly regarding the Affordable Care Act. President Obama also can halt any measures with a presidential veto.
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The Energy Department and National Nuclear Security Agency need clearer guidelines for developing cost estimates, the Government Accountability Office said.
All that talk about secret law as the foundation for the allegedly illegal National Security Agency telephony metadata program? Hogwash, writes a former House Intelligence Committee staffer in the National Security Law Journal.
A state legislative committee advanced a measure to give Wyoming more direct regulatory control of uranium mining.
Weve written a number of things here at Five By Five about the departure of Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel. Heres a smattering of key articles from elsewhere.
Transportation Department and State Department officials met Tuesday with representatives of the European Union to discuss why the Transportation Department hasnt yet decided on an application for a foreign air carrier permit from Norwegian Air International (NAI), the Ireland-based affiliate of the budget airline Norwegian Air Shuttle.
The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee wants Visa and MasterCard to stop providing payment processing services to leading cyberlockers and any other websites dedicated to infringing activity.
Today, the FDA unveils final regulations mandated by the Affordable Care Act on restaurant menu and food vending machine labeling of nutrition information. The rules have been under development for several years and were subject to intensive lobbying from nutrition groups, grocery stores, movie theaters and pizza delivery chains.
When Congress returns to lame-duck business next week, the Takata airbag recall will continue to be under lawmakers scrutiny.
The consensus of a panel at the Brookings Institution Tuesday: The reason Iran nuclear talks have been extended is because Tehran is being overly rigid in the face of a very generous offer from the United States and its negotiating partners.
Amtrak is still losing money, but the good news is that it lost less money in Fiscal Year 2014 than it did in prior years.
According to a survey by Pew Research Center, the majority of Internet users correctly identified what the concept of net neutrality refers to.
The financial world is focused on the outcome of Thursdays meeting of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries the oil cartel which before the U.S. shale revolution could set global prices by adjusting its production. Speculation has been rampant ahead of the talks that will take place in Vienna while most the United States is preparing for Thanksgiving dinner.
On one level, the exit of Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel represents a break from what was before. On another level, nothing on the agenda will change, at least not because of his departure.