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Senator Rebukes CIA for Spying on Congress
Senator Dianne Feinstein said she went public with accusations that the CIA interfered with a congressional secure network only after trying and failing to resolve the problem “discreetly and respectfully.”
March 12, 2014
Where Congress Falls Short … and Where It Doesn’t
For all the attractive individual qualities that members of Congress display, however, their institutional performance falls short.
March 8, 2014
Lee H. Hamilton
Protester Attempts Self-Immolation at Tiananmen Square During Congress
A female protester set herself on fire on Tiananmen Square on Mar. 5. Several petitioners threw flyers onto ...
March 6, 2014
‘We’re not going to default’ on Debt, Promises Boehner
WASHINGTON—House Speaker John Boehner promised Thursday that the GOP-controlled House won't miss a late-February deadline to increase the ...
February 6, 2014
Congressional Commission Calls on China to Cease Harassing US Journalists
Congressional Commission faults China for delaying and denying working visas to US journalists.
December 22, 2013
Food Stamp Cuts Could be Devastating
Recipients of food stamps saw a significant loss in benefits this month, and more cuts are on the ...
November 20, 2013
In American Dysfunction, Chinese Find a Powerful Lesson
While Chinese tourists were shut out of famous sites in the United States, many were amazed at how ...
October 8, 2013
Truthfulness Compassion Tolerance Comes to Congress
WASHINGTON—Truthfulness, compassion, and tolerance are not the first things that spring to mind walking the halls of Congress ...
July 20, 2013
Congress Intervention for American Held in Bolivia
Actor Sean Penn asked legislators to intervene for American Joseph Ostreicher, who has been held in Bolivia for ...
May 27, 2013
Anthony Weiner Mulling NYC Mayor Run
Anthony Weiner, a former congress person who resigned amidst a sexting scandal in 2011, could join the race ...
April 10, 2013
Facing Big Issues, Congress Prepares for Historic Session
Gun Control, immigration reform, budget are top concerns as Congress prepares for historic session.
April 10, 2013
Recchia Aims for Congress, Drops Brooklyn Borough President Bid
Brooklyn Councilman Domenic Recchia announced this weekend he will run for Congress instead of running for Brooklyn Borough ...
February 18, 2013
Study Says Business Leaders Must Regain Trustworthiness
Global PR firm Edelman’s annual “Trust Barometer” shows that people’s trust in government, business and the media increased ...
January 21, 2013
President Obama Signs Payroll Tax Cut into Law
After weeks of political brinkmanship over extending a payroll tax cut, Congress quietly passed a two-month extension and ...
December 25, 2011
Make Congress Work the Focus of No Labels Group
No Virtual Filibustering, No Pledging to outside groups and most importantly, No Budget No Pay are just some ...
December 14, 2011
Congress Breaks for Thanksgiving (Photo)
Members of Congress leave the U.S Capitol on Friday after the House went into recess for the Thanksgiving ...
November 20, 2011
Epoch Times Staff
Congress Goes Back to Work
Congress returned from its summer recess on Tuesday and will likely focus on the economy and job creation ...
September 7, 2011
Members of Congress Rally for Falun Gong Freedom
Over a thousand Falun Gong practitioners and supporters gathered on Capitol Hill today in Washington to mark 12 ...
July 14, 2011
Anti-Muslim Sentiment on the Rise, Congressional Hearing Finds
According to the Asst. Attorney General, Muslims are experiencing increasing discrimination in the United States post 9/11.
March 31, 2011
Unfinished Business in Congress
The Senate Republicans are failing to take action on several bills passed by the House for jobs legislation.
September 9, 2010
Fed’s Ben Bernanke Testifies About Bank Supervision
In a testimony to the U.S. House, the Fed's Ben Bernanke outlined the Fed's role in bank supervision.
March 17, 2010
Congress Rejects Early Troop Withdrawal from Afghanistan
A resolution to withdraw U.S. Armed Forces in Afghanistan within 30 days failed Wednesday in Congress.
March 11, 2010
Senate Revisits Patriot Act
The U.S. Congress this week began committee hearings to examine the extension of three controversial Patriot Act amendments, ...
September 25, 2009
Extension of “Cash for Clunkers” Program Contended
As Congress wrestles with whether to extend the “Cash for Clunkers” program, people are rushing to trade-in their ...
August 3, 2009
Congress Members Demand Change In Policy Toward Vietnam
Human rights organizations are demanding that Vietnam be placed back on the “Country of Particular Concern” list.
July 28, 2009
Better Oversight Needed for TARP
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) this week found that the U.S. Treasury's $700 billion troubled asset relief program ...
December 4, 2008
Moving Wall Street to Washington
Market intervention by U.S. and foreign governments show changes in the global financial environment.
October 22, 2008
Heide B. Malhotra
Musk Breaks Silence on Twitter With Photo Alongside the Pope
DHS to Enforce ‘Remain in Mexico’ Policy for Several More Weeks, Warn Migrants Not to Come: Mayorkas
Political Polarization Worsens in Corporate America: New Study
Supreme Court Security Chief Sparks War of Words Over Police Protection of Justices
White House Defends Biden’s Twitter Post on Gas Stations
Tsitsipas Calls Kyrgios Bully After Wimbledon Hubbub, Loss
The Associated Press
JP Morgan: Oil Price Could More Than Triple If Russia Decides to Cut Output
CDC: Florida Ice Cream Company Linked to Deadly Outbreak of Listeria Bacteria
Alpine Glacier Chunk Detaches, Killing at Least 6 Hikers
The Associated Press
Something for Summer Reading: 'The Wind in the Willows' by Kenneth Grahame