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It won't be business as usual on Capitol Hill tomorrow. Former FBI Director James Comey 's appearance before the Senate Intelligence Committee is expected to captivate lawmakers -- and grind some official business to a halt. "This will be watched as much as the Watergate hearings," said Rep. Jackie
In an appearance before a top congressional economic committee today, Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen defended the Dodd-Frank Act and pledged to serve out her term despite criticism from Donald Trump during his presidential campaign. The Dodd-Frank Act was passed into law in 2010 in the
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Part of the focus of a contentious congressional hearing today into Planned Parenthood 's use of taxpayer dollars focused entirely on the salary of its embattled president, Cecile Richards. Richards made $590,928 in fiscal year 2013, lawmakers noted. House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. Jason
At least two members of Congress are calling on equal pay for female soccer players following the US Women's National Team's commanding World Cup win Sunday night. Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) penned a letter to FIFA President Sepp Blatter Monday calling on the embattled FIFA leader to raise payouts
"The United States of America is under attack." That's the warning from Rep. Elijah Cummings -- a top Democrat on the House Oversight and Governmental Affairs Committee -- and just one of many blunt assessments offered today by lawmakers and Obama administration officials in the first congressional
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Vice president urges Congress to pass laws strengthening background checks on all gun purchases.
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