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  • Bill Gates: The world is better than ever

    Bill Gates: The world is better than ever
    Bill Gates wants you to feel much better about the future of mankind. Things are looking up, he says, way up. "By almost any measure, the world is better than it has ever been," Gates wrote in his annual letter chronicling the work of the Bill & Melinda...
  • NASA would get $17.5 billion for 2015 under White House budget plan

    NASA would get $17.5 billion for 2015 under White House budget plan
    NASA’s budget for the 2015 fiscal year wouldn’t budge much from last year under the White House’s proposal for nearly $17.5 billion, as officials reaffirmed the commitment to extending the life of the International Space Station, funding...
  • As Medicaid fight rages, Gov. Terry McAuliffe notes reform

    As Medicaid fight rages, Gov. Terry McAuliffe notes reform
    RICHMOND — Gov. Terry McAuliffe highlighted an ambitious health reform initiative Thursday, pitching it as evidence that Virginia is ready to expand Medicaid and extend taxpayer-funded health insurance to hundreds of thousands of new people. It'...
  • Diaz-Balart challenges Secretary of State John Kerry on Cuba, Venezuela

    U.S. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, a Miami Republican whose district includes part of south Broward, questioned Secretary of State John Kerry during a hearing of the State and Foreign Operations Subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee on Wednesday....
  • The foolproof way to achieve deregulation: Cut the budget

    The foolproof way to achieve deregulation: Cut the budget
    When all else fails, defund. This technique is spectacularly on display in the $1.1-trillion federal spending bill unveiled by House and Senate negotiators Monday and scheduled for debate this week. The measure provides $215 million in funding for the...
  • General Assembly: House leaders call for 2-year study of Medicaid

    General Assembly: House leaders call for 2-year study of Medicaid
    RICHMOND — House Republicans pushed back against Gov. Terry McAuliffe's request for authority to expand Medicaid if a legislative panel won't act this year with a call for a two-year audit of the program. Del. R. Steven Landes, R-Augusta, is...
  • Gov. McAuliffe asks business leaders to push harder on Medicaid

    Gov. McAuliffe asks business leaders to push harder on Medicaid
    Gov. Terry McAuliffe asked some of the state's most powerful business leaders Wednesday to raise their voices a little to back one of his top priorities: Expanding Medicaid. The Virginia Chamber of Commerce, which hosted the governor at a luncheon...
  • Reinventing Watergate

    WASHINGTON -- Who would have thought after all these years that the Republicans would turn to Richard Nixon for political advantage? That's what GOP congressmen appear to be doing in their current effort to equate the Obama administration's IRS scandal...
  • The GOP's shutdown sham

    The GOP's shutdown sham
    House Republicans' irresponsible brinkmanship may finally lead to the government shutdown that some of its members have been coveting since they took control of that chamber in 2011. This time, though, the fight hasn't been a battle over spending on...
  • Sen. Flake's conservative quest to find Senate comity

    Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona likes President Barack Obama, voted to give him the authority to strike Syria, supported the comprehensive immigration legislation favored by the White House, and works comfortably with members of the opposing party. The six-...
  • Longest-serving U.S. House Republican to retire

    WASHINGTON -- C.W. Bill Young, the longest-serving Republican in the House, said he will retire at the end of his current term. The Florida Republican disclosed his plans in an interview with the Tampa Bay Times, during which he also said tea party...
  • GOP plan to extend debt limit raises hope of end to impasse

    WASHINGTON — The federal budget standoff moved toward at least a temporary end Thursday as Speaker John A. Boehner announced that House Republicans would agree to extend the government's borrowing authority for six weeks, setting up late-night...