WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Nearly 900 scientists at the Environmental Protection Agency have experienced political interference in their work in the last five years, the Union of Concerned Scientists reported on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Congress needs another short-term extension of U.S. agricultural programs, the fifth since expiration of the 2002 law, so it can wrap up a new $600 billion farm law, the House Agriculture Committee chairman said on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Democrat Hillary Clinton’s victory in Pennsylvania did more than revive her White House hopes. It also helped replenish her coffers.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Turns out Hillary Rodham Clinton’s victory Tuesday came with a cash prize….
CINCINNATI (Reuters) – After yet another shift in momentum in the Democratic race for the U.S. presidential nomination, Americans said on Wednesday there was no longer a front-runner or underdog — just a lot of weary voters.