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From left: Senator Claire McCaskill and Senator Kelly Ayotte at a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., on March 6, 2014, following a Senate vote on military sexual assaults .
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Bipartisan votes in Congress seem few and far between these days. So it is that much more noteworthy when a bill gets approved unanimously.
On Friday, Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., said what a lot of us are thinking about Wall Street fat cats and how they are taking federal bailout money while handing out bonuses and pay raises to themselves.
Having seen the Pentagon report of 26,000 cases of military sexual assault in 2012, with only 10 percent being prosecuted, is the U.S. Congress finally going to take military sexual assault seriously? There was some good news this week as the Senate unanimously approved a bill proposed by Sen. Claire McCaskill that would change procedures for ... (more)
The General Services Administration has embarked on a multiyear restructuring of a system for managing federal contract awards, aiming for greater data accuracy and an improved open user experience among other benefits.
General Motors Co. waited more than two weeks to expand a major recall to include the Saturn Ion and other compact cars, even though its engineers were aware of four fatalities in crashes involving the model, GM said in filings published on Wednesday.
The Navy has disqualified 151 sailors serving as sexual assault counselors, instructors and recruiters - up from just five last year - after a review found that most of them lacked proper training, USA TODAY has learned.
The next time you see the brand new Executive Councilor, Joe Kenny, give him a big hug! He just beat the "Pants Suit Mafia."
Contractors handling the cleanup and redevelopment of the Hanford Nuclear Reservation wouldn't answer questions from lawmakers on Tuesday about whether two employees were fired for raising safety concerns.
Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., left, and Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H. at a news conference March 6 on Capitol Hill in Washington.
The national safety agency's database contains at least four complaints from Mary Ruddy of Scranton Pa., whose 21-year-old daughter Kelly died in 2010, while driving a 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., chair of the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Personnel, talks about her proposal to let military prosecutors rather than commanders make decisions on whether to prosecute sexual assaults in the military.
The Justice Department has begun a criminal investigation into the decade-long failure by General Motors to address deadly safety problems in its some of its cars before announcing a massive recall last month, according to a person briefed on the matter.
I'm Michel Martin and this is TELL ME MORE from NPR News. Now we want to talk about what has been one of the most emotional and intense debates that Congress has taken up this year.
Sources tell The New York Times and McClatchy that the CIA monitored Senate aides putting together a report on the spying agency.