The White House is upstream and without a paddle in its battle over what is 'water of the U.S.'
A high-speed railway could be coming to a state near you if Congressional Republicans don't stop the plan dead in its tracks first.
The debate over immigrant visas centers, for some, on their education and ability to contribute to the technology industry.
"How would we feel if you could pay extra to smoke on airplanes? When we decide something is a bad idea in general for society, we don't want the rich to be able to buy ...
Vicki Lawrence song influences a North Carolina judge to defer sentencing against Duke Energy for polluting local rivers.
With transit ridership at an all-time high, advocates are pushing Congress to continue federal funding for long-term transportation projects.
Politics, bureaucracy, religious rights, and care on the behalf of the prosecution further delay war court trials Guantanamo.
"It's a crying shame how much money was spent," said the new government's deputy minister for policy planning and economic affairs. "Why is an airport in the middle of nowhere? Why are you building ...
California prisons are running out of room to house the condemned men it said it would kill but has yet to.
Farmers who lament the lack of local butchers may have an answer in prison-based meat processing facilities.
A law banning the illegal passing of school buses gains popularity in the states after an increase in fatal hit-and-runs.