Proposed US Banking Fix For Marijuana May Not Open All DoorsA proposal in Congress to ease the U.S. ban on marijuana could encourage more banks to do business with cannabis companies, but it appears to fall short of a cure-all for an industry that must operate mainly as a cash business in a credit card world.
Military Seeks To Limit Congress On Fixing Child Sex AssaultU.S. military officials have sought to ward off congressional efforts to address child-on-child sexual assaults on bases, even as they disclose that the problem is larger than previously acknowledged.
Federal Investigators: Pruitt's $43,000 Soundproof Booth In EPA Office Violated LawThe $43,000 soundproof booth for EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt's office violated federal law, federal investigators concluded.
Mark Zuckerberg Testifies Before CongressMark Zuckerberg's moment in the hot seat on Capitol Hill has arrived.
Yes, Mark Zuckerberg Will Wear Suit In CongressThe Facebook CEO is best known for his "uniform" of jeans, sneakers and a fitted gray T-shirt.
Trump Signs Spending Bill, Blasts CongressTrump signed the $1.3 trillion spending bill to keep the federal government open Friday, then excoriated Congress for passing the plan in the first place.
Trump Views Border Wall Prototypes TuesdayThe eight prototypes fall into two categories -- four are designed to be 30-foot concrete walls, and four are made of other materials.
Coffman Proposes Alternative To DACA IssueRep. Mike Coffman has proposed an alternative to DACA that he believes will allow more time to find a solution without resulting in mass deportations.
5 Things Congress Could Do About Gun ViolencePresident Donald Trump has suggested he's open to new gun control laws, and started a discussion about what lawmakers can do to address mass shootings.
Colorado Senators Team Up To Solve Broken Immigration PolicyColorado's senators have teamed up to help solve the country's broken immigration policy.
90,000+ Coloradans Could Lose Health Insurance If Congress Doesn't ActMore than 90,000 Coloradans could lose insurance if Congress does not approve government funding by Friday.
Trump Incorrectly Claims He's 'Signed More Legislation Than Anybody'President Trump has signed 96 bills into law so far -- the fewest of any first-term president stretching back to Dwight D. Eisenhower.