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Ethics Committee: W.Va. Rep. McKinley broke rules for quitting his company

The House ethics committee said Rep. David McKinley ignored its advice         

2:36 PM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Hackers probing other voter databases

Hackers have been scanning state-controlled voter registration databases beyond those identified earlier this year, FBI Director James Comey told a House panel ...

2:34 PM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

How Americans Feel About Immigration and Muslims in a Time of Donald Trump

Drew Altman: Working-class whites are not a monolithic group when it comes to views on immigration or anything else we polled about.

2:07 PM ET WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Report: Feds, states' lapses allow gun sales to prohibited buyers

Shortcomings at federal and state agencies allow sales of firearms to people prohibited from buying them, a Justice Department inspector general probe found.

2:00 PM ET CNN POLITICS

Q & A: Veto Overrides Are Rare, and Not Just Under Obama Presidency

Here are some facts and figures about presidential vetoes and congressional overrides, a rare occurrence even in a divided government.

1:58 PM ET WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

FBI director: Hackers 'poking around' voter systems

The FBI director is telling states to make sure they are on top of their voter registration systems, saying would-be hackers are "poking around."

1:47 PM ET CNN POLITICS

Donald Trump poised for big advertising blitz

Finance chief: Donors 'liked what they heard' at Monday's debate and opened wallets         

1:27 PM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

FBI: Hackers probing other voter databases

FBI Director Comey says other databases 'scanned' beyond those IDed earlier this year.         

1:22 PM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Senate overturns Obama's veto of 9/11 bill

The Senate voted Wednesday to override President Barack Obama's veto of a bill that would allow victims and families of 9/11 to sue Saudi Arabia for its ...

1:13 PM ET CNN POLITICS

Trump: Hacker could be somebody 'that weighs 400 pounds'

During the first presidential debate, Donald Trump suggested that the person who hacked the Democratic National Committee "could be somebody sitting on their ...

12:47 PM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

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