As states like California grapple over gay marriage, New England has found that it can be a small fillip to the economy.
The compromise measure would mandate reductions in greenhouse-gas emissions and require greater use of renewable energy. The Senate could be a major stumbling block.
They defeat a resolution to investigate the Speaker and insist that the CIA is not above criticism.
Opposition to his appearance at Sunday's commencement puts new attention on Catholic sensibilities – and on the president's stance on abortion and stem-cell research.
The recession-hit town of Merced and its University of California campus hope for a big boost from Michelle Obama’s commencement speech Saturday.
Two recent, divergent court rulings on warrantless tracking suggest new technologies are straining old privacy standards.
In 1993, they were a major factor in defeating President Clinton's proposals. But this time around, industry leaders sense change is inevitable, and they want a voice.