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Furloughed Feds Deserve Guns, Not Extra Pay, Lawmakers Say

Congress looks to set priorities for federal employees who won't be working in the event of another shutdown.

VA Officials in Hot Water Over Psychic Party and Tax Evasion

Watchdog concludes one employee misused her position, and another lied about his wife’s income.

Last summer, the U.S. patent office canceled six of the Redskins' trademark logos because the office considered the team's name "disparaging to Native Americans."

The U.S. Government's Battles With Professional Sports

Soccer isn't the only sport that has felt the heat over the past few years.

House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Rep. Jason Chaffetz

House Panel Meets the Press In Probe of FOIA Woes

Attkisson, Leopold among journalists who will testify next week before the Oversight and Government Reform Committee.

Play of the Day: The FIFA Investigation Has Layers

The soccer ruling body's corruption is so bad, even the famously neutral Swiss are getting involved.

Obama Administration Proposes June Release for New Clinton Emails

The proposal to a federal judge would mean a steady stream of closely watched messages during Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

The House Is Suing Obama Over an Obamacare Change It Likes

One of the two administrative actions in question delayed the law’s employer mandate–which the House voted itself to do.

Play of the Day: The Daily Show Examines NSA Surveillance Again

When the Patriot Act says you go too far in surveillance, something might be amiss

 FIFA President Sepp Blatter, left, and Russian President Vladimir Putin are seen during the official ceremony of handover to Russia as the 2018 World Cup hosts in Brazil last summer.

John McCain Wants FIFA to Take the World Cup Away From Russia

Robert Menendez and McCain wants the world's top soccer organization to elect a president that will revoke its decision to award the 2018 tournament to Russia.

Sen. Jerry Moran, R-Kansas, sponsored the bill.

Senate Passes Bill That Would Allow More Vets Access to Private Health Care

Vets who live within 40 miles of a VA facility that doesn’t provide the care they need are eligible for the Choice program under the legislation.