Officials from the Defense Department and the National Guard talked on Capitol Hill to talk about next year's budget and the cost of keeping troops on the Mexican Border.
In 1975, Congress passed the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) to ensure that every child with a disability has access to an educational opportunity. Congress has failed to provide the money necessary, but a new bill could fully fund IDEA.
President Trump will not be the first President to send troop to our Southern border. Presidents Clinton, George W. Bush, and Obama all sent and withdrew troops from the border for various reasons.
U.S. Senators are sounding the alarm about a 1,400 percent price hike for a cancer medication. But can anything be done?
China has announced a second wave of tariffs on American products in response to President Trump's tariffs on Chinese goods.
Researchers hope they'll soon be able to ramp up research into the causes of gun violence.
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin has been surrounded by controversy over reports he used tens of thousands of tax dollars for a European vacation with his wife.
South Dakota and many states around the country want online retailers to collect and remit state sales taxes. Next month, the Supreme Court will hear a case that would decide if they will.
Students in rural areas still face challenges doing homework because they don't have access to broadband. Senators are working with the FCC to try to change that.
The spending bill passed by Congress last week has $1.6 billion for border security but none of that money can be spent on the President Donald Trump's border wall.
In the wake of this weekend's March for Our Lives, lawmakers are looking forward to gun law reform.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell thinks farmers could benefit from the legalization of industrial hemp and he wants to make that happen.
Senators Jack Reed (D-R.I.). Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), and Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) want to keep guns from troubled individuals.
Calls to crackdown on the synthetic opioid fentanyl are heating up on Capitol Hill.
As immigration talks turn toxic in Washington, lawmakers and activists on both sides urge compromise in order to find a solution for DACA.
This week Congress is getting ready to vote to reauthorize FISA 702.