Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew says that President Obama has the votes in Congress to sustain a veto, if Republicans try to block his nuclear agreement with Iran. Also, he says, Alexander Hamilton will retain a place on US currency.
Lincoln Chafee was the only Republican in the US Senate to vote against the Iraq War. Now running for president as a Democrat, he calls Hillary Clinton's vote for the war in 2002 'a colossal lapse in judgment.'
The Transportation Department is looking into whether Delta, American, Southwest, United, and JetBlue 'went beyond the pale' in price hikes after the tragedy, says Secretary Anthony Foxx.
With a court ruling reaffirming the Federal Trade Commission's ability to police corporate cybersecurity practices, and Congress considering giving the agency more power, industry groups are now concerned about overregulation.
The project known as 'Alibi routing' is a promising development for activists, journalists, or anyone else who has a vested interest in protecting sensitive information from prying eyes.
The breach has exposed users of the adultery site to public scrutiny, but should news organizations put limits on how reporters use the leaked private information?
In modern roller derby, the women skaters are part of every aspect of the operation, including choosing charities to help that are close to their own hearts.
Many hydroelectric dams produce modest amounts of power yet do enormous damage to river life. Why not build solar and wind farms in the drained reservoirs?
No Longer Empty involves the local community and then comes up with a theme for its art exhibitions that relates to local history.