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A farmer reads over the 2010 Census form.

Republicans Try to Rein In the Census Bureau

The GOP backs legislation that would make the American Community Survey effectively voluntary.

Play of the Day: The GOP Field Visits Iowa

Some make pig puns, Carson checks his watch and Fiorina wants Clinton to ride a tractor, for some reason.

Reps. Jim Jordan (left) and Jason Chaffetz wrote a June 5 letter to the head of the IRS with a dozen questions about the team.

GOP Lawmakers Seek Details on IRS 'Team' Whose Existence May Be Semantic

Chaffetz and Jordan say FOIA officer testimony holds key to delayed Lois Lerner documents.

Senate Takes Up Defense Authorization Bill, House Works on Defense Spending

The week will be headlined by the fight over amendments on the Pentagon authorization bill.

The Next Budget Conflict Has Begun, With a Potential Shutdown on the Line

The dispute over defense versus domestic spending means bills will pile up until September. What happens then?

Play of the Day: Rick Perry's Résumé

The Texan is trying to become the 2016 Republican nominee, but he definitely has some hurdles to clear.

Leahy Denounces Alarmists Over Latest OPM Cyberattack

"Take a breather," Leahy said during the C-SPAN interview. "There are always going to be attacks. There is always going to be hacking."

OSHA Releases Guidance for Handling Transgender Restroom Use

Compilation of federal, state and local regulations is aimed at safety and fairness.

Sen. Al Franken sent a letter asking for information from the FBI on the program.

Members of Congress Look to Probe FBI’s Use of Spy Planes

The FBI has reportedly been using planes equipped with high-tech cameras and cell-phone tracking technology.

Administration Officials Skipped Ted Cruz’s Obamacare Hearing

The Texan wanted to question Treasury officials on the subsidy rule, but all he got was an empty table.