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- US calls for $1.7B cleanup of Passaic River Updated: Apr-11-14 5:40 pm
- Senate committee orders review of 'Cuban Twitter' Updated: Apr-10-14 2:22 pm
- Top-paid Medicare doctors say they have reasons Updated: Apr-09-14 4:42 pm
- Bipartisan critics slam Kerry on foreign policy Updated: Apr-08-14 3:23 pm
- Russia oil talks pose new hurdle to Iran nuke pact Updated: Apr-08-14 12:48 pm
- 'Cuban Twitter' heads to hearings in Congress Updated: Apr-04-14 3:25 am
WEST PALM BEACH, Florida - A wealthy Florida doctor whose offices were raided by the FBI and who allowed a U.S. senator to use his private jet is again under scrutiny for receiving more money from the taxpayer-funded Medicare program than any other doctor.
TRENTON, New Jersey - The federal government plans to launch a $1.7 billion cleanup of a stretch of the Passaic River in New Jersey where Agent Orange was made and where mercury and DDT remain.
WASHINGTON - The Senate Foreign Relations Committee asked the U.S. Agency for International Development on Thursday to turn over all records about the Obama administration's secret Cuban twitter program as part of a broader review of the agency's civil-society efforts worldwide.
WASHINGTON - How is it that a few doctors take in millions of dollars from Medicare?
WASHINGTON - Secretary of State John Kerry pushed back Tuesday against withering criticism by Republicans and some fellow Democrats, defending the Obama administration's response to an emboldened Russia, nuclear talks with Iran and the Syrian civil war.
WASHINGTON - The United States could impose economic sanctions if Iran and Russia move forward with a reported oil-for-goods contract, Secretary of State John Kerry said Tuesday, discussing with a Senate panel an emerging threat to talks designed to finalize a nuclear deal with Iran.
WASHINGTON - The head of the U.S. government agency that secretly created a "Cuban Twitter" communications network designed to undermine the communist government in Cuba is expected to testify next week before a senator who thinks the whole idea was "dumb, dumb, dumb." The congressional hearing could resolve key questions around the clandestine program, including whether the Obama administration adequately informed lawmakers about its plans.