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The law would require that Internet sales be subject to the same state taxes as other retailers.
Labor believes Edward Snowden has created an opportunity for them on the issue.
Duncan, Sperling to meet with senators to prevent student loan rates from doubling.
The release is bound to intensify tension between Cummings and Issa.
The majority leader says the bill could pass "as is," and calls the Cornyn amendment "a poison pill."
The New Jersey governor rejects the favorites of both ends of his state.
The bill would require the NSA to have a specific target if it is seeking phone records.
The treasury secretary's first signature was mocked by politicians, the media and the president.
Addisu Demissie will manage the Newark mayor's Senate campaign.
She warns Republicans to come up with the votes.
Ben Kalina's film looks at the costs and threats posed to coastal communities by a rising sea.
At least 10 U.S. attacks thwarted, director says.
Her comment came after the former Bush adviser cheered her decision not to seek reelection.
A survey shows more Americans think senior officials ordered the targeting of conservative groups.
The House is slated to vote on the decisive measure Tuesday evening.
He says he won't advance an immigration bill through the House without their approval.
"I'm not telling anyone what to do other than tell them to do it as quickly as you can," he says.
"How did he get that capability? Was somebody helping him trying to download this?"
Officials will hold their first formal political meeting with the group to kickstart peace talks.