Oversight

Hillary Clinton Breaks Up a Tea Party in the House

Many GOP lawmakers elected in 2010 would drop out rather than face the prospect of another Democratic president.

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The Gaps in Hillary Clinton's State Department Calendar

The U.S. presidential candidate excluded several events during her tenure as secretary of state, according to the AP.

Play of the Day: A Sit-in on the Hill

Democrats sat on their butts… in the hopes of getting something done.

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Immigration rights groups rallied at the Supreme Court during oral arguments in April.

A Supreme Deadlock on Immigration

The justices split 4-4 on the Obama administration’s 2014 immigration plan, effectively blocking it.

On Politics

Donald Trump's Coalition of Restoration

The Republican’s support comes from voters who are resistant to demographic change—but they’re a distinct minority.

An Aedes aegypti mosquito is kept in a glass tube at the Fiocruz institute which has been screening for mosquitos naturally infected with the Zika virus in Rio de Janeiro.

Congressional Lawmakers Reach a Zika Deal—Without Democrats

Democrats aren’t happy with the $1.1 billion deal, which includes millions in offsets.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump's Business Acumen

While Hillary Clinton jokes about his bankruptcies, but his companies are benefiting from his campaign.

Overspending on Little Things Adds Up to Billions Wasted Across Government

Agencies should identify spending patterns to leverage buying power, GAO says.

IRS Commissioner John Koskinen.

House Move to Impeach IRS Chief May Be Illegal

Legal experts give mixed opinions on precedents for removal and censure.

A flyer is left on the doorknob of a home by an inspector from the Miami-Dade County Mosquito Control department on Tuesday in Miami.

House Democrats Try to Force Another Vote on Zika

Members are pushing forward on a plan to fully fund the Obama administration’s $1.9 billion request.

Republicans are releasing the plan on Wednesday in a 37-page report written by a task force appointed earlier this year by Speaker Paul Ryan.

Republicans Offer a Plan to Replace Obamacare

The House GOP's health-care proposal would expand savings accounts, provide tax credits for buying insurance, and allow people to purchase coverage across state lines. Just don’t ask how much it costs.

Meet the star of "The Devil Wears Talbot's."

Play of the Day: So Many Hillary Clinton Movies

Everyone loves her in "You've Lost Mail."

House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Rep. Jason Chaffetz introduced the legislation to expand IG powers.

House Passes Bill to Beef Up Inspector General Powers

Watchdogs would get long-sought subpoena power over certain agency witnesses.

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