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Disgraced Congressman Randy 'Duke' Cunningham Is a Free Man Again

Cunningham had used his positions on the House Appropriations and Intelligence committees to steer lucrative contracts to those who would help him finance an extravagant lifestyle.

Why Agencies Need More Flexibility to Retain Retiree Expertise

Phased retirement holds great promise, but one approach will not fit all.

Carolyn Lerner, special counsel, U.S. Office of Special Counsel

Hatch Act Violations Resolved at Postal Service, IRS

One employee ran for Congress, another chanted pro-Obama slogans to callers.

House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio

Boehner Will Sue Obama for Not Enforcing Obamacare

The House speaker's lawsuit will focus on delays in the employer mandate.

Issa's Last Ditch Effort to Eliminate Saturday Mail Delivery Falls Short

House oversight leader argued he and only he could make postal policy.

President Barack Obama, right, and Texas Gov. Rick Perry shake hands as Obama arrives in Dallas where they will attend a meeting about the border and immigration together.

The Case Against Obama Visiting the Border

Despite bipartisan calls for a photo-op, it might still be a smarter political move to stay away.

House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif.

Are 'Pretty Buildings' Endangering Diplomats?

Oversight committee chairman says looks should not come at the expense of safety.

Evidence markers are placed near a Capitol Police vehicle following a shooting last October.

Family Presses Ahead With Lawsuit in Fatal Capitol Hill Shooting

Justice Department officials are not pursuing charges against the two Secret Service officers and two Capitol Police officers involved.