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The Reports Most Lawmakers Don’t Want You to See

Open-government groups demand transparency, but Congress has other ideas.

Happy Belated Independence from Government Day

A curious reinterpretation of the Declaration of Independence from a would-be GOP presidential contender.

The Must-Pass Highway Bill Dominates Jammed July

Congress has a packed three-week schedule before the next recess starts—and road funding expires.

Play of the Day: Trump's Comments Have Not Gone Over Well

Late-night hosts break down the meaning around "somebody's doing the raping."

Play of the Day: Chris Christie's New Horse-Abusing Ad

The Daily Show looks at some of the New Jersey governor's odd rhetoric.

Acting IG Richard Griffin testifies on the VA patient wait list scandal at a 2014 hearing.

Retirement of Acting VA Inspector General Doesn’t Halt Criticisms

Senate chairman, whistleblower advocate demand permanent appointment.

A U.S. Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine agent's patch is seen as he patrols patrol near the Texas-Mexico border in February.

Border Agency Needs More Investigators to Tackle Corruption, Report Says

Panel finds CBP employee arrests and misuse of firearms are already prevalent.

The Export-Import Bank's website clearly explains the situation Wednesday.

An Agency Left in Limbo as Authority Expires

The Export-Import Bank is at least temporarily out of the business of authorizing new transactions.

In this 2011 photo, a doctor uses a stethoscope on a child held in the arms of his mother at a health clinic in Kabul.

USAID Updates Error-Riddled Map of Afghan Health Clinics

Watchdog found locations of 80 percent of health facilities were incorrectly documented.

How Will Recent Supreme Court Decisions Affect Boehner's Obamacare Lawsuit?

Lawyers in the latest challenge to the Affordable Care Act say the high court's redistricting opinion helped them clear their biggest hurdle.