1. Congress Wraps Up a Busy July
  2. Washington Business Brief:  LaTourette Talks Transportation and Energy
  3. Washington Business Brief: Busy July for Congress
  4. Washington Business Brief: The Supreme Court, Trade and Trump
  5. Washington Business Brief: LaTourette Talks Patriot Act, Export-Import Bank and 2016


  1. This Week in Washington -- August 28, 2015

    Senate to take aim at medical device tax - There is bipartisan support for repeal of the medical device tax. Although the House passed its repeal bill in June, hurdles still remain to get the bill across the finish line in the Senate.

  2. This Week in Washington -- August 21, 2015

    Obama takes on natural gas - President Obama’s aggressive climate change plan has a new target: the natural gas industry.

  3. This Week in Washington -- August 14, 2015

    Obama's climate rules under fire - Congress isn't the only place that President Barack Obama's new rules for carbon-emissions from power plants is facing a challenge.

  4. This Week in Washington -- August 7, 2015

    Senate punts on cybersecurity - Well you can’t say that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell didn’t try. Despite his best efforts, however, the Senate finally recessed on Wednesday afternoon – a week after the House did – without a vote on the cybersecurity bill.

  5. This Week in Washington -- July 31, 2015

    The latest on the Transportation Bill – On Wednesday, the House officially called the Senate's bluff. The lower chamber voted, by a 385 to 34 margin, for a three-month extension of the federal transportation funding, an extension that will buy Congress until the end of October to reach a new deal.

  6. This Week in Washington -- July 24, 2015

    Transportation Bill advances in Senate - On Wednesday, the Senate passed an important procedural hurdle, voting for cloture by a vote of 62 to 36. Despite the vote, hurdles remain for the bill.

  7. This Week in Washington -- July 17, 2015

    The latest on the highway bill - As the clock ticks on the Highway Trust Fund, lawmakers are scrambling to find a way forward— at least a temporary one.

  8. U.S. News & World Report | We Can't Ignore the World

    July 4 traditionally has been a day when Americans reflect on our nation's many blessings. We have one of the world's largest and most productive economies, as well as unparalleled natural resources. We enjoy global leadership in technology and higher education, and the dollar remains the world's reserve currency. Our ever-evolving democracy, with its promise of freedom and opportunity for all citizens, has been a beacon to other nations.

  9. This Week in Washington -- June 26, 2015

    Supreme Court upholds Affordable Care Act provision - What's next?: Despite a loss at the Supreme Court, congressional Republicans are quickly laying out next steps in their quest to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

  10. This Week in Washington - June 19, 2015

    Fast-Track Back on Track: Last week, opponents of President Obama's trade agenda thought they had scored a decisive victory when they brought down the legislative package in the House. This week, however, trade proponents gave the trade effort new life.