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  • Delegation clout shifts in aftermath of earmark era

    WASHINGTON Four years after lawmakers gave up earmarking, the last of the billions once dedicated to pet projects has effectively been spent, and one result is a changed roster of states laying claim to the most clout in Congress.
  • FCC releases net neutrality regulations; opponents expected to sue

    FCC releases net neutrality regulations; opponents expected to sue
    Federal regulators released details of the new rules governing Internet traffic in a 400-page tome that also lays out the justification for tough measures and gives critics the fodder for their expected court appeals. The Federal Communications...

    5 myths about Daylight Saving Time

    5 myths about Daylight Saving Time
    Daylight saving time will strike again at 2 a.m. Sunday, at least for every state besides Hawaii and Arizona. Though DST has been a part of life in the United States since World War I, its origin and effects remain misunderstood, even by some of the...

    If the Supreme Court ends Obamacare, is there a Plan B?

    If the Supreme Court ends Obamacare, is there a Plan B?
    Five years ago, President Barack Obama signed a law that will be a significant part of his presidential legacy: the Affordable Care Act. The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday on a case that will largely determine if that law is remembered...

    House Republicans slam FCC net neutrality proposal, tout own bill

    House Republicans slam FCC net neutrality proposal, tout own bill
    House Republicans warned that tough new regulations for online traffic, expected to be adopted Thursday, risk years of legal uncertainty and argued that the GOP's more restrained legislation was the best way to protect the Internet. Rep. Joe L. Barton...