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Are Agencies Stonewalling Inspectors General?

Sen. Grassley blasts administration after 47 watchdogs complain of agency roadblocks.

CIA Didn’t Really Hack Senate Computers

Vagaries of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act could trip up any case against spy personnel.

Sen. Jeff Sessions

How Jeff Sessions Became a Leader in the Immigration Fight

Republicans have been split over how to proceed on immigration since national leaders began to call for comprehensive reform.

Play of the Day: How Hillary Clinton Handles Real 'Hard Choices'

Stephen Colbert doesn't like the title of Clinton's book.

DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson (left) testifies in June with Border Patrol Deputy Chief Ronald Vitiello on the problem of unaccompanied minors crossing the border.

The Administration Is Shifting $405M to Deal With the Border Crisis. Is It Enough?

Money will be taken from other priorities including disaster relief, coast guard maintenance and TSA.

"Until these redactions are addressed to the committee's satisfaction, the report will not be made public," Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., said in a statement.

Feinstein Rips Obama on Redacted Torture Report

"I will not rush this process,” the California Democrat said.

Sen. Christopher Coons, D-Del., chairman of the Foreign Relations Africa Subcommittee.

During Africa Summit, a Rare D.C. Species Is Spotted: Bipartisanship

There has been great continuity in American policy toward Africa from President Clinton to President George W. Bush and, now, to President Obama.

Voters Don't Even Like Their Own Congressmen Anymore

Historically voters have given much higher marks to their local representatives.

Senators Seek to Protect 15,000 Postal Jobs

Lawmakers, unions and managers disagree on service impacts of consolidations.

The Lessons of the 2010 Midterm Elections

After the Democratic debacle in the last midterms, no one can ignore the power of holding the redistricting pen.