TSA could hardly have singled out a worse person for pat-down treatment than Sen. Rand Paul, up-and-coming libertarian standard-bearer and son of GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul. He's not the only one on Capitol Hill to complain about pat-downs.
Obama hails the extension of FAA funding through mid-September, which restores tens of thousands of jobs and resumes the collection of $30 million a day in revenue for the Treasury.
Obama said Tuesday that intelligence agencies 'had sufficient information,' but failed to act in airline bomb plot. After meeting with top officials, he also suspended the transfer of Guantánamo prisoners to Yemen.
The Constellation program is gearing up as the shuttle winds down. But other shuttle replacements have been scuttled before.
Lawmakers agree that big financial institutions are in trouble. But they want more help for their constituents.
Direct marketing is big business online. But this business shift has privacy advocates worried.