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Los Angeles Times Staff WritersThe Bush administration Wednesday denied California's bid to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from automobiles, dealing a blow to the state's attempts to combat global warming and prompting an immediate vow from Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to take the...
Sun reporterThree members of Congress have joined an outcry for federal regulators to protect workers from lung damage caused by a chemical contained in synthetic butter flavoring. Reps. George Miller and Hilda L. Solis, both California Democrats, and Rep. Major R....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWhen Karl Rove and his top deputies arrived at the White House in 2001, the Republican National Committee provided them with laptop computers and other communication devices to be used alongside their government-issued equipment. The back-channel e-...
Tags: Republican Party, Lawyers, Elections, Government, Gaming
Mary Tillman has a message for the National Football League: Help me find out what happened to my son. Inspired to serve his country after 9/11, Pat Tillman gave up a lucrative career with the Arizona Cardinals to join the Army in May 2002. As a Ranger,...
Nobody ever refers to members of Congress as "lions of the House," but Rep. John D. Dingell (D-Mich.) has as thick a mane as any (figuratively speaking, of course). The longest-serving current member, Dingell was writing legislation before Barack Obama...
Tags: Conservation, Global Change, Laws, White House, Henry Waxman
Sun reporterMillions of Americans are exposed regularly to vapors released when they heat products containing the same synthetic butter flavoring blamed for destroying the lungs of workers in popcorn and flavoring factories. But public health activists say no one...
Los Angeles TimesDespite his conviction last month on corruption charges, Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens, the nation's longest-serving Republican senator, clung tenuously to his seat yesterday as congressional Democrats exulted in their election gains elsewhere around the...
The Swampby James Oliphant and Richard Simon Congressional staffers worked overnight putting the finishing touches on the sprawling compromise stimulus bill that Democrats hope can be passed and signed into law by President's Day. House and Senate Democratic...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWashington Federal investigators smuggled the components of liquid-based bombs past screeners in 19 airports nationwide in secret tests earlier this year, showing that a terrorist could thwart the latest U.S. security regulations. "Our tests clearly...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe Environmental Protection Agency plans to resume long-stalled testing for toxics on the Navajo reservation unleashed by abandoned Cold War uranium mines, but it and four other federal agencies have yet to come up with overall cleanup and health plans,...
Tags: Republican Party, Politics, New Mexico, Democratic Party, Health
Times Staff WriterRead-only summary seames rimmed for web, 76894 Read-only web_hed Passport problems? Call your congressman Read-only dpt_kicker Read-only txt If you need help with your passport, do not e-mail your congressional representative's office. Call. This...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterState Department Inspector General Howard J. Krongard, who has been accused of improperly interfering with investigations into private security contractor Blackwater USA and with other probes, resigned Friday. In a brief public statement, the longtime...
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