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1 AFCC announces cost breakthrough in DOE loan guarantees
2 Stephanie Bice to take office as new Congress begins
3 The Week of January 11, 2021
4 Cost Breakthrough in Department of Energy Loan Guarantees
5 Election 2020: Implications for Science Policy in Congress
6 Maxar Technologies Appoints The University of Texas at El Paso President, Former Congresswoman and Former Air Force Secretary Dr. Heather Wilson to Its Board of Directors
7 House Science, Space, and Technology Committee Approves New Subcommittee Chairs Inbox x
8 What's New in Washington
9 Maxar Technologies appoints Heather Wilson, former Congresswoman, to its Board of Directors
10 Election Update: Fed IT Leadership Changes in Both Houses
11 House Science Committee Debuts New Leadership
12 How Senate Panels Will Look Next Year Despite Uncertain Majority
13 How House Panels Will Look With Democrats' Underwhelming Showing
14 House Subcommittee Hears from COVID-19 Vaccine Developers on Efficacy, Price and Availability
15 Panorama
16 House Armed Services is paying more attention to cybersecurity — after big hack
17 POLITICS: Clean energy push caught in congressional chaos
18 Congress Reshuffles Chairs of Science Panels
19 The Week of July 6, 2020
20 House to probe US lag on leveraging clean energy for COVID-19 recovery, consider bipartisan energy bill
21 Shelby votes for package to fund the government, provide COVID relief
22 AI Accountability, Tech Talent Pipeline In-Focus for Next Congress, Staffers Say
23 The Week of September 28, 2020
24 House panel urges intelligence community to step up science and technology efforts | TheHill
25 Washington Update: July 1, 2020 | NCAR & UCAR News
26 Election 2020: Here's Who Colorado Is Sending To Congress
27 Lucas and Babin: Appropriations Bill Fails to Prioritize NASA's Human Exploration Activities
28 The Week of December 14, 2020
29 Full Text of All Articles The Berkeley Daily Planet
30 2020 Post-Election Analysis: Issue by Issue | Bracewell LLP
31 What to Know in Washington: House Packs Agenda for July Sprint
32 House Comprehensive Climate Legislation Released
33 HOUSE: Dems jockey for next year's Energy and Commerce openings
34 Meet Ashlee Wilkins | astrobites
35 Rookies lead the way on House science panel
36 Comer tapped to serve as top Republican on House Oversight | TheHill
37 Johnson Plans to Restore Credibility to House Science Committee
38 Pelosi names seven Democrats to new coronavirus subcommittee
39 Rep. Joaquin Castro loses bid for key leadership post in the House Foreign Affairs Committee
40 Jockeying Over NASA Policy Heats Up in Congress
41 US House Committee Approves Massive Tech Spending Bills
42 CAMPAIGN 2020: House races to watch on energy, environment
43 The Week of December 7, 2020
44 The Week of November 9, 2020
45 The Week of September 7, 2020
46 House subcommittees launch investigation into Fort Hood deaths
47 Window On Washington
48 The Week of June 29, 2020
49 COVID-19 Washington Update: June 2020 #6 | Kelley Drye & Warren LLP
50 How Indian-Americans candidates fared in the US elections 2020
51 What to Look for In Today's House Committee On Science, Space, And Technology hearing On Methane
52 Window On Washington
53 House creates new select coronavirus oversight committee over GOP objections
54 House passes resolution creating coronavirus oversight committee
55 South Florida 100: Looking forward to Inauguration Day, remembering MLK
56 One lawmaker's plan to stabilize the space program
57 AMERICAS: DNV GL: Need to come together to solve energy challenges 'could not be more critical'
58 Space and Aeronautics Subcommittee Chairwoman Horn Holds Bipartisan Teleconference on NASA's Status of Returning to On-Site Work and Operations Unde
59 Experts share views on what a new presidential administration means for Colorado's booming aerospace industry
60 House Passes Nuclear Energy Research and Development Act Blog Up & Atom
61 COVID-19 Washington Update: September 2020 | Kelley Drye & Warren LLP
62 Path Shifts for Advanced Nuclear Legislation in the House
63 House committees move toward virtual hearings for COVID-19 era | TheHill
64 House Passes FY2021 Appropriations for NASA, NOAA and FAA
65 In shift, House plans Thursday vote to create panel to investigate coronavirus spending
66 10-In-10 Hot Topics In Energy
67 Coronavirus whistleblower Rick Bright testifies: Live updates
68 Space Force Caucus wants answers on acquisition, training
69 House Judiciary's tech antitrust report urges sweeping legal changes
70 Bills to fund microgrid research, encourage diversity in telecom ownership OK'd by House panel
71 Randy Weber re-elected to U.S. House seat for District 14
72 Editorial: We recommend Lizzie Fletcher for U.S. House District 7
73 Bipartisan Focus on Energy Innovation Emerges
74 Amendments to FY2021 Minibus Seek $2.6 Billion More for NASA, Changes For Other Civil Space Offices
75 House passes bills to secure energy sector against cyberattacks | TheHill
76 House Committee Moves Three Bills Supporting Clean Energy Technology R&D
77 Hill staffers defend House's NASA bill
78 The Week of January 13, 2020
79 Kenyon alumna Lizzie Fletcher '97 reelected for Congress
80 Committee Leaders Request GAO Evaluation of Management of the International Space Station National Laboratory
81 The Energy 202: Senate prepares to vote on big energy bill this week
82 Office of Space Commerce Gets Boost from Senate, But Will Remain in NOAA
83 Tracking House oversight in the Trump era
84 House members criticize NASA lunar lander awards
85 The Week of September 14, 2020
86 Universities Make Case for Pandemic Relief Funds
87 White House blocked FDA commissioner from testifying to House panel
88 Key House chairwoman wants Bright to testify before Congress about removal from key post
89 Congress To Examine How The U.S. Is Falling Behind On Critical Technologies
90 The Week of February 3, 2020
91 DeLauro in hot race, but it’s not for re-election
92 House Hearings Open New Chapter in Congressional Climate Change Debate
93 The Week of November 30, 2020
94 The Week of November 2, 2020
95 No Experience Required as 18 Freshmen Lead House Subcommittees
96 Big Tech testifies: Bezos promises action if investigation reveals misuse of seller data, Zuckerberg defends Instagram acquisition
97 House Committee Calls for Zero Greenhouse Gas Pollution by 2050
98 This Week in Washington IP: House Judiciary Committee to Review Copyright Office Section 512 Report, Senate Committees Consider Copyright Small Claims Proposal and Subpoenas for Big Tech CEOs
99 'Very disappointed.' Trump's science adviser has left U.S. researchers wanting more
100 Cybersecurity and the 117th Congress