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

Agencies Under the Gun to Meet Data Transparency Deadlines

The Obama administration has six months to prove its implementation of a sweeping new data transparency law is on track.

Senate Minority Whip John Cornyn praised nominee Sarah Saldaña, but then joined Republican colleagues on the Judiciary Committee in voting against her.

Obama's Pick to Head Immigration Agency Caught in Executive-Order Crossfire

Nominee to run ICE has cleared two Senate committees, but it's unclear if Democrats will get her approved before they lose the majority.

Top-Performing Executives to Advise Policymakers on Improving Government Performance

Senior Executives Association and Volcker Alliance create network of Presidential Distinguished Rank Award winners.

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas

Ted Cruz Pushes the House To Have All-Out Spending Fight On Obama Immigration Action

Conservatives in the House look to Cruz once again for solutions to stop Obama.

House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling warns a long-term reauthorization may have to wait until the next Congress.

Internal GOP Tensions Simmer Over Terrorism Insurance

Conservatives square off against some fellow Republicans, business groups, and Senate Democrats over TRIA program.

Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky.

Rand Paul, Reluctant Warrior, Makes No Promises on Increased Defense Spending

In an appearance with The Wall Street Journal's editorial page editor, Paul declares, "I will not want to take the country to war."

Rethinking Federal Pay Should Be a Promise, Not a Threat

25 years after the pay comparability act, the GS system is still an impediment.

Coming to a drone near you.

Play of the Day: The Newest Weapon in the War on Terror

A drone carrying mistletoe is perfect for the holiday season.

Inspector: Security Holes Found in IRS Obamacare System

A core IRS system for calculating Obamacare fees for health insurers and drug manufacturer has security weaknesses

Congress Could Soon Deliver the Postal Service Its Biggest Blow Yet

The Senate must act soon to avoid stripping USPS of its decision-making ability.