Government Business And Finance

Planned Parenthood challenges Wisconsin abortion laws

Jan 16, 2019

Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin has filed a federal lawsuit seeking repeal of state laws that make it more difficult for women to receive abortions

From travel to IPOs, how shutdown is upsetting US economy

Jan 16, 2019

Economic toll of shutdown builds as airlines can't get planes approved and IPOs are delayed

Democrats hit Wheeler's rollbacks at EPA during hearing

Jan 16, 2019

Acting EPA chief Andrew Wheeler describes himself as a champion of deregulation and the environment at his confirmation hearing

2020 hopeful Castro tells NH voters that 'everyone counts'

Jan 16, 2019

Democrat Julian Castro is in New Hampshire for the first time as a presidential candidate, and his message to voters is that he believes "everyone counts."

Federal workers take on odd jobs to make ends meet

Jan 16, 2019

Other government workers are driving for Uber, relying on word of mouth and social networks to find handyman work and looking for traditional temp gigs to help pay the bills during the longest shutdown in US history

England, Wales set to make 'upskirting' photos an offense

Jan 16, 2019

Britain's House of Lords has cleared the way for enactment of a law that will make it illegal to take 'upskirting' photos

Trump feels shutdown pressure from economists, Nancy Pelosi

Jan 16, 2019

Pressure is mounting on President Donald Trump as his own economists say the partial government shutdown is having a greater drag on the economy than projected

The Latest: Dem says EPA's Wheeler 'as extreme' as Pruitt

Jan 16, 2019

A top Senate Democrat is describing President Donald Trump's nominee to lead the Environmental Protection Agency as "just as extreme" as his predecessor, Scott Pruitt

Super Bowl planners: Shutdown brings 'uncharted territory'

Jan 16, 2019

A day after travelers waited nearly 90 minutes in snail-like security lines at the world's busiest airport, Atlanta's mayor is concerned about the waits that could result when the city hosts the 2019 Super Bowl

PG&E bankruptcy could mean price hikes, unpaid fire lawsuits

Jan 16, 2019

Pacific Gas & Electric Co. pending bankruptcy is raising concern that prices will rise and victims of wildfires who are suing the nation's largest utility won't get all the money they may be owed

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