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Military planes participate in a flyover at Soldier Field in September.

Senators: Pentagon Shouldn't Pay NFL for Shows of Patriotism

Payments to teams for honoring veterans should end, lawmakers say.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., called on President Obama to appoint a new IG quickly.

Embattled Commerce Inspector General Abruptly Retires

A lawmaker and transparency group had called for his firing.

Play of the Day: Mike Huckabee is a Real Comedian

The candidate's joke did not go over well with the transgender community.

Four-Year Pay Freeze, Workforce Cuts and Other Ideas From New Presidential Contenders

Three Republicans and two Democrats join crowded 2016 field with their own ideas for changing government.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., said acting IGs are not afforded the same protections as Senate-confirmed IGs.

Senators to Obama: Fill the Inspector General Vacancies

Transparency advocates accuse administration of slowing nominations for political gain.

Chaffetz: Obama White House is 'in La-La Land' on FOIA

Oversight chair slam agencies' disclosure records, spar with Democrats over Hillary Clinton emails.

That isn't exactly the safest keychain.

Play of the Day: TSA Staff Speaks… Sort Of

Conan O'Brien and Jimmy Fallon give the the agency's side of the story.

House Veterans’ Affairs Committee Chairman Jeff Miller, R-Fla., criticized VA's "tradition" of transferring bad apples.

Debate Over Making It Easier to Fire Feds Dominates VA Hearing

House panel discusses legislation that would give the VA secretary sweeping authority to remove corrupt or poor-performing employees.

IRS Commissioner John Koskinen testifies before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.

IRS Chief Says He Won’t Blame Data Breach on Budget Crunch

But Koskinen reiterates need to replace aging systems.

"We unearthed these problems, and now we have to solve them," said Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah.

Top Republican: Fire More Feds and Shrink the Workforce, But Pay Higher Salaries

Oversight chairman says panel should focus less on making headlines, more on reforming government.