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House Republicans are asking Hillary Clinton to turn over her personal email server to a third-party arbiter to recover deleted emails and independently decide which can be released to investigators and the public.
The Obama administration on Friday unveiled long-awaited regulations setting new standards for hydraulic fracturing in the oil and natural-gas industries, a process that has helped fuel a U.S. energy boom. Here are five things to know about the rules.
David Blumenthal and David Squires: The health-care sector cannot continue to add jobs that pay well without eventually passing on those costs.
There are signs that voters' feelings about George W. Bush may not weigh too heavily on Jeb Bush's chances in 2016 -- and may even help.
President Barack Obama on Friday called on Iran to release a Washington Post reporter and two other Americans held there.
Chris Jacobs: The House "doc fix" legislation could end up exempting from any structural reforms the more than 16 million individuals forecast to join Medicare by 2020.
The Wall Street Journal's morning rundown of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation, defense and more.
The Republican National Committee grew its fundraising haul last month, bringing in $7.6 million—about half a million more than it raised in January.
Upcoming legislative tussles are likely to underscore the contradictions between a Republican-controlled Congress tasked with governing and White House hopefuls catering to the most conservative elements of the GOP.
There are three reasons the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal may not get done, WSJ Global Economics Editor Neil King Jr. explains.
Pres. Barack Obama issued his annual statement Thursday to mark Nowruz, the Persian new year. This year's statement comes as Iran and world powers including the U. S. are trying to reach an agreement on Iran's nuclear program and reflects Mr. Obama's hopes for such a deal.
In division, there may be strength. Or so says the the White House‘s budget chief in assessing the chances of a deal to roll back across-the-board spending curbs known as the sequester. The split within the Republican Party over adhering...Show More Summary
Dueling House committees are drafting their own cybersecurity bills, reflecting a legislative turf war that has complicated political efforts to address the growing number of computer attacks.
President Barack Obama says the American people are "quite fond" of the British royal family and like them more than their own politicians.
Here are five things that are wrong with the congressional budget process.
Should the U.S. require every adult to vote? Many countries already do, and President Barack Obama came close to endorsing mandatory voting in the U.S. in comments Wednesday.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s political action committee is taking a fundraising jaunt next week through Texas, where the governor hopes to reassure Republican donors of his viability as a 2016 candidate.
Brian Katulis: When it comes to foreign policy, Israel remains heavily dependent on U.S. support, and the United States needs reliable partners in the Middle East.
Nonetheless, Florida Gov. Rick Scott tried to put a good face on things in putting together his men's NCAA bracket, and predicted his state’s lone entrant in the NCAA men’s tournament would make history.
Robin Wright: Tunisia's problem is that four years after Mr. Bouazizi's self-immolation, flash points remain and many still face profound inequities.