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By Quinn Bowman
Senate Democrats began hearings Tuesday in the Environment and Public Works Committee for legislation aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions and slowing the progress of global warming.
Senate Democrats unveiled a bill Wednesday aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions through a cap-and-trade system in the U.S.
Senate Democrats introduced legislation Wednesday aimed at curbing greenhouse gas emissions by 20 percent over 2005 levels. But with health care dominating the national debate, is Congress ready to tackle more big legislation? Jeffrey Brown talks to a reporter for…
The Senate is considering amendments that would set a deadline for withdrawing troops from Iraq. The NewsHour reports on the debate.
Some senators on Tuesday challenged the part of the immigration bill that addresses temporary workers, with some vowing to limit or cut the program. The NewsHour takes a closer look at the interests surrounding the temporary worker program.
President Bush unveiled a new Iraq plan on Wednesday night, which includes an increase in U.S. military presence by more than 20,000 troops. Senators Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., debate the president's proposal and how Congress should respond.
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