- House passes bill to block Obama climate plan Updated: Mar-06-14 6:12 pm
- WV lawmakers say rule hurts black-lung patients Updated: Mar-06-14 5:09 pm
- Senate blocks Obama's pick for civil rights post Updated: Mar-05-14 5:58 pm
- Senate bill targets motorcycle-only checkpoints Updated: Mar-05-14 4:30 pm
- Va., W.Va. senators to discuss coal at DC event Updated: Mar-05-14 3:14 am
- W.Va. plans work on tourism image after chem spill Updated: Feb-26-14 4:43 am
- House panel holds W.Va. hearing on chemical spill Updated: Feb-10-14 2:04 pm
- Senators seek vote on US troops in Afghanistan Updated: Feb-06-14 4:05 pm
WASHINGTON - Aiming at the heart of President Barack Obama's strategy for fighting climate change, the Republican-controlled House voted Thursday to block the administration's plan to limit carbon pollution from new power plants.
WASHINGTON - Seven Democratic members of Congress are urging the Labor Department to change a proposed rule that they say would harm black-lung patients.
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama's choice to lead the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division was blocked by bipartisan Senate opposition Wednesday in an emotional postscript to the long-ago murder of a Philadelphia policeman and the legal help his killer received.
CONCORD, New Hampshire - Senators from New Hampshire, Wisconsin and West Virginia have introduced legislation to end federal funding for motorcycle-only checkpoints.
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Two U.S. senators from West Virginia and Virginia are teaming up to discuss the nation's energy future and how coal can play a role in it.
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - West Virginia officials want to put the shine back in the state's "Wild and Wonderful" tourism image after a chemical spill tainted the tap water for thousands of residents.
CHARLESTON, West Virginia - Several stakeholders in last month's chemical spill said 300,000 affected West Virginians can use their running water however they please. But no one ventured to tell federal lawmakers Monday that the water is "safe."
WASHINGTON - A group of Senate Republicans and Democrats say Congress should vote on whether the U.S. leaves troops in Afghanistan after the NATO-led combat mission formally ends this year.