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Yesterday | Townhall
President Obama claims to be running "the most transparent administration in history."
Saturday | News Max
Although Rep. Darrell Issa saw his net worth decline $38 million from 2012, he likely remains the richest member of Congress, according to an analysis conducted by The Hill .
Saturday | News Max
The Republican presidential primary may turn into a two-gun Texas shootout with both first-term Sen. Ted Cruz and Gov. Rick Perry making noises about taking a run at the White House.
When Todd Park was asked in 2009 to become the Department of Health and Human Services' first chief technology officer, he wasn't looking for a government job.
Ted Cruz is beefing up his political staff as speculation heats up that the Texas senator may run for president in 2016.
In Britain in the 1970s, Conservative Party wags correctly joked of their left-wing rivals, "Labour isn't working."
Revelations of unprofessional behavior within the Patent and Trademark Office's award-winning work-from-home program have been described as "telework abuses" by investigators and lawmakers -- despite a lack of details specifically linking the problems to telework, mobile work advocates say.
House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa is asking two former Obama Cabinet members to testify before his panel as part of an investigation into the White House political office.
There's nothing like a good conspiracy theory to get the creative juices flowing.
House Republicans are agitating to dramatically curb federal bank regulators' ability to combat money laundering, calling for changes in decades-old financial fraud standards in an effort to aid payday lenders.
Attorneys for Wisconsin and Indiana are set defend their states' gay marriage bans before a federal appeals court in Chicago.
A bipartisan group of House lawmakers will head to Central America on Friday to better understand why waves of migrant children have been crossing the southwest border.
The chairman of a House panel is asking Labor Secretary Thomas Perez to turn over to Congress documents and information the lawmaker alleges will show "a pattern of wasteful spending and mismanagement" at the Labor Department.
On the eve of Primary Election Day, U.S. Rep. John Mica is blasting the Obama administration for its intelligence gathering on the ISIS terrorist network calling it the nation's "greatest intelligence failure since 9/11 ."
The Navy veteran and homeland security consultant from Rancho Cucamonga finished first out of seven candidates.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 09:15 pm
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