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  • Five ways House Republicans are striking fear in environmentalists

    Five ways House Republicans are striking fear in environmentalists

    House Republicans are attempting to shape US environmental policy by attaching to their 2011 spending plans so-called "riders" that would target regulations ranging from greenhouse gases to mining. The White House and Senate majority leader Harry Reid (D) of Nevada oppose the riders, making it unlikely they will become law. But they remain in play as the House and Senate negotiate on spending and try to avoid a government shutdown this week.

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  • 91-year-old Congressman loses Texas GOP primary: 'I just got whipped'

    Rep. Ralph Hall, a World War II veteran and the oldest-ever member of Congress, said he wanted to stay in office to help the GOP win the White House in 2016.

  • Five ways House Republicans are striking fear in environmentalists

    Five ways House Republicans are striking fear in environmentalists

    House Republicans are attempting to shape US environmental policy by attaching to their 2011 spending plans so-called "riders" that would target regulations ranging from greenhouse gases to mining. The White House and Senate majority leader Harry Reid (D) of Nevada oppose the riders, making it unlikely they will become law. But they remain in play as the House and Senate negotiate on spending and try to avoid a government shutdown this week.

  • Human spaceflight: Lawmakers demand NASA documents

    Human spaceflight: Lawmakers demand NASA documents

    Human spaceflight: The House Science and Technology Committee has given NASA Administrator Charles Bolden until June 25 to deliver all records pertaining to the agency's 2011 budget proposal, which abandoned the Constellation program, whose goal was to send astronauts back to the Moon and possibly to Mars.