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There are remarkable similarities between the Congress of 2001 and the current Congress.
Seventeen years after the most horrific day of Chris Sorrentino’s life, he started to feel the effects of the havoc it had wrought inside his body.
The Postal Service and the rest of the federal government are one step closer to making electric vehicles a greater presence in their fleets.
The remnants of Hurricane Ida inundated large swaths of the northeastern U.S.
Two House committees are stepping up their investigation into the Food and Drug Administration’s approval of a controversial Alzheimer’s drug,
Two powerful congressional committees investigating the controversial federal approval of Biogen’s Alzheimer’s drug, Aduhelm, demanded extensive information and documents from the Food and Drug Administration in a letter released on Thursday, making it clear that the committees’ leaders are troubled by unusual actions the agency took in the course
Congress is considering providing another $60 million to help address the massive pandemic-induced backlog of records requests that has kept veterans and their families from accessing benefits, including medical treatment.