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ARCHIVE VIDEO: Shame of Saipan, an Investigation
May 24, 1999: ABC News’ Brian Ross investigates Saipan sex trade.
Meet Congress' State of the Union Designated Survivors
On State of the Union night, the White House takes no chances with the presidential chain of command, keeping one cabinet secretary away from the Capitol as a "designated survivor" in case of a catastrophic event. Since the 9/11, congressional leaders have done the same, selecting members to serve
Investigation Impact: Miners Get Another Shot at Black Lung Benefits
After our ABC News report aired, the U.S. Labor Department threw out a doctor's findings.
Out of Breath: New Hope for Coal Miners Seeking Black Lung Benefits
Citing an investigative report by ABC News and the Center for Public Integrity, the U.S. Department of Labor has ordered officials handling black lung claims from mine workers to stop relying on the medical opinions of a leading Johns Hopkins doctor whose work for coal companies helped lead to
Not Again! House Takes 50th Vote to Change 'Obamacare'
House Republicans continue targeting the president’s signature health care law, casting their 50TH vote today to change it since seizing majority control in 2011. The vote passed 250 to 160 with 27 Democrats crossing the aisle to vote with the GOP majority. House Majority Leader...
Colleges Need to Open Up About Deals for 'Free' Student Checking: Report
Congress should require the nation's colleges and universities to be more open about deals they cut with big banks for student checking accounts, says a new report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office. The report called into question whether students are getting the best deal possible
Dangerous Third-World Factories Made US Military-Logo Clothes, Report Says
Congressman: Inspections Run on 'Sham System'; Marine Corps Insignia Found in Deadly Fire
A Second Wind For Immigration Reform
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES ‘THE DOOR IS OPEN’: House Speaker John Boehner presented a set of principles to Republican lawmakers yesterday that would offer undocumented immigrants a pathway to legalization, but not citizenship, as he opened a new discussion to keep alive the ...
Henry Waxman, Another Top Congressional Democrat, Calls It Quits
After serving for four decades in Congress, Rep. Henry Waxman, a prominent Democrat known for his work on healthcare, the environment and government oversight, announced his plans today to retire at the end of this year. “I have had a long career and an eventful...
Obama Wants to Raise Minimum Wage for Federal Contract Workers
In his State of the Union speech tonight, President Obama will announce his intent to use his executive authority to raise the minimum wage for federal contract workers to $10.10, the White House said Tuesday. The move is the latest signal of the president’s willingness...