- Key dates in dispute between the CIA and Senate Updated: Mar-11-14 5:43 pm
- Feinstein shifts tone in calling out CIA search Updated: Mar-11-14 5:31 pm
- Analysis: Legislator-lawyers get scheduling leeway Updated: Mar-09-14 6:05 pm
- Supreme Court split on rewriting Ala. Constitution Updated: Mar-09-14 1:35 pm
- Kansas school funding fight far from over Updated: Mar-09-14 1:29 pm
- Bills could impact state's conservation department Updated: Mar-01-14 3:04 pm
- 9 attackers dead: Somalia president palace attack Updated: Feb-21-14 4:47 pm
- Wis. Assembly to vote on injunction bill Updated: Feb-18-14 5:04 am
WASHINGTON - Senators accuse the CIA of spying on their work. The CIA accuses a Senate panel of stealing its documents. It's "a defining moment" that will determine whether Congress can fulfill its duty to watch over the nation's spy agencies, says Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Dianne Feinstein.
WASHINGTON - Sen. Dianne Feinstein's outspoken criticism of "CIA interference" in a congressional investigation is in sharp contrast to her defense of an intelligence-gathering community that some say trample on civil liberties.
JACKSON, Mississippi - Mississippi law helps out lawyers who serve in the Legislature and their clients when it comes to court cases that arise while the state House of Representatives and Senate are in session.
MONTGOMERY, Alabama - Alabama's highest court is divided over whether the state Legislature is acting legally by rewriting the state Constitution a few portions at a time.
TOPEKA, Kansas - The Kansas Supreme Court has settled some immediate issues over public school funding, but it left for another day the biggest issue - how much more money, if any, legislators must spend on education.
POPLAR BLUFF, Missouri - Sportsmen and conservation groups are raising concerns about legislation that could change the way the Missouri Department of Conservation operates.
MOGADISHU, Somalia - Nine al-Shabab militants wearing military fatigues and carrying guns and grenades died after attacking the presidential palace with two car bombs on Friday, in an assault the president called a "media spectacular" by a "dying animal."
MADISON, Wisconsin - Attorneys would have the right to appeal temporary rulings that put Wisconsin laws on hold under a bill the state Assembly is set to take up.