Unlike the steelworkers and shipbuilders who worked with vast quantities of asbestos decades ago, the latest round of mesothelioma sufferers tend to be more idiosyncratic, changing asbestos litigation.
Congressional interviews with Internal Revenue Service employees so far have undercut assertions by agency officials and some Democrats that the targeting of conservative groups was solely the work of agents in the Cincinnati office.
The House is tackling immigration legislation in small slices, in an effort led by Judiciary Committee head Bob Goodlatte, whose panel meets Tuesday to take the chamber's first formal action on the issue.
The U.S. and Europe increasingly are moving in different directions to modernize air-traffic-control networks and the result threatens to undermine progress on both sides, a Federal Aviation Administration official says.
Rich Matiszik loves Milwaukee though the struggling schools have him weighing a move to avoid private high-school tuition for his two kids. But the 48-year-old fire captain can't leave without quitting his job under a local law in effect since 1938.