The Senate majority leader still has leverage in the debate over surveillance reform.
Here’s a look at where he stands on the issues, in his own words.
A vote reinstating the surveillance program, with major reforms, is likely this week.
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Major banks pleaded guilty to some $6 billion in fines this week, but said they would continue the practices questioned by regulators.
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As he looks for ways to encourage reforms in the country’s many local law enforcement agencies, the president confronts the limits of his legal authority.
If Congress does not act by Friday, the agency will be forced to indefinitely halt some highly controversial programs.
Until recently, Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton kept their significant wealth in the form of cash in a savings account.
The agency said the savings will result from a general slowdown in medical spending in coming years.