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Rep. Tom Price, R-Ga., chairman of the House Budget Committee and a physician, appears before the Rules Committee Jan. 5.

House Budget Chairman Wants to Rewrite 1974 Budgeting Law

Congressional Budget Office numbers are “gamed for predetermined outcomes,” lawmaker says.

Play of the Day: The Oregon Occupiers Need More Supplies

When you're battling federal government overreach, french vanilla coffee creamer is key.

AP Photo/Rick Bowmer

Federal Employees Harassed in Oregon Standoff

Local sheriff says feds report being followed by militants, who also have rifled through government documents and knocked down a fence.

House Backs Protections for Federal Interns Against Harassment and Discrimination

Loophole currently leaves unpaid interns vulnerable to behavior that can have "serious consequences" for their lives and careers, bill's proponents say.

Obama delivers his 2015 State of the Union address.

What to Expect From Obama's Last State of the Union Address

He'll focus on a big-picture vision for the country's future—with some plans for how America can get there.

House Oversight and Government Reform Committee ranking member Elijah Cummings and Chairman Jason Chaffetz at a hearing in September.

Can Congress Force the Federal Government Be Less Secretive?

A bill to improve public-records access is advancing, but the endgame is murky and some provisions are rankling open-government advocates.

Play of the Day: Obama Prepares for His Final State of the Union Address

The Daily Show and The Late Show look at the president's upcoming address.

Bush greets supporters in July.

Play of the Day: Jeb Bush is a 'Joyful Tortoise'

The 2016 candidate keeps toys in his pants pockets as a symbol for his campaign.

A doctor examines a child at a health clinic in Kabul, Afghanistan.

U.S. Aid Agency Can’t Accurately Locate Health Clinics in Afghanistan, IG Says

Better photos could expose safety and security flaws, watchdog says.