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14 hrs ago | Politico
The company that conducted background checks on both NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden and Navy Yard gunman Aaron Alexis is under fire over a new administrative support contract with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services awarded earlier this month worth nearly $200 million.
16 hrs ago | Fox News
The Republican head of the Benghazi Select Committee warned Tuesday that no witnesses would be off limits in its upcoming probe and that he would consider going to court, if necessary, to compel testimony.
20 hrs ago | Daily Record
Baltimore's elected officials this week are offering words of praise for a man who often colorfully challenged decisions made by the city's spending board.
Yesterday | Washington Times
Rep. Elijah Cummings wants to know why some Republican governors have expanded Medicaid while others remain adamantly opposed to the key pillar of Obamacare.
An independent analysis commissioned by the agency found that the project has been mismanaged and poorly executed.
The federal watchdog tasked with enforcing the Hatch Act has cleared the White House's political affairs office of any wrongdoing in violation of the 20th century law that bars political activity by executive branch employees.
Rep. Jim Jordan on Wednesday took IRS Commissioner John Koskinen to task before a House Oversight and Government Reform subcommittee for blaming Congress for causing employee anxiety by issuing subpoenas, especially in the case of IRS Deputy Associate Chief Counsel Thomas Kane.
Rep. Jim Jordan on Wednesday took IRS Commissioner John Koskinen to task before a House Oversight and Government Reform subcommittee Wednesday for blaming Congress for having to subpoena IRS Deputy Associate Chief Counsel Thomas Kane which Koskinen claimed caused employee anxiety.
The chairman and top Democrat on the House Oversight Committee squared off on Thursday over whether or not to provide immunity for a potential whistleblower.
Earlier this year, the Veterans Affairs Administration denied the Tampa Tribune's Freedom of Information Act request for the names of VA hospitals where veterans died because of delays in medical screenings.
What's a D.C.-based reporter to do when faced with ferreting out a worthwhile repast while on assignment in neighboring Baltimore? Solicit recommendations from Maryland's congressional delegation, of course.
For the first time in its 20-year history, a federal contracting firm is filing a bid protest to overturn the $190 million award of a border security contract to a rival accused of fraud by the Justice Department.
I wrote on the homepage today about the Department of Justice lawyer who is defending IRS commissioner John Koskinen against claims from a pro-Israel group that the agency violated its First Amendment rights in the processing of its application for tax exemption.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 09:59 pm
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