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House Select Committee on Benghazi Chairman Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., says he has unearthed new emails from the late Ambassador Christopher Stevens.

New Benghazi Emails? Depends on What the Meaning of ‘New’ Is

Panel Chairman Trey Gowdy pried out fresh documents, but State says they’re old news.

Moderates don't have a good backup option if Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., continues to decline to run.

Moderate Republicans' Threat: Paul Ryan for Speaker—or We Quit

Confusion over who the next speaker could be is throwing a wrench into Republicans' plans to protect the party's less conservative members, many of whom represent battleground districts.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump is Giving Jeb Bush Nightmares

A Twitter beef has been reignited between two of the top GOP candidates.

SBA Watchdog Warns of IT Security Risks, Poor Data in Contracting Goals

But agency registers overall progress on management and performance score card.

Outgoing House Speaker John Boehner (right) arrives at a meeting to nominate candidates for his replacement.

Republicans Have 2 Months to Fund Government, Raise the Debt Ceiling and More

Can the majority figure out how to do this plus fund highways and elect a speaker in the next eight weeks?

Obama Administration Makes It Harder for Oil Firms to Drill Offshore in the Arctic

His Interior Department is canceling new auctions for oil-drilling rights, and won’t extend expiring leases either.

Play of the Day: Saturday Night Live Lampoons the Democratic Debate

Larry David plays Sanders as an everyman who only has one pair of underwear.

Defense Employees’ Safety ‘Jeopardized’ by Lack of Workplace Violence Protocols

Civilians are better prepared for mass shooting response than military, report finds.

Where Hillary Clinton's Paid Family Leave Proposal Splits From What's Worked in the States

Clinton said this week paid family leave is possible by taxing the wealthy, but states have done so without soaking the rich.