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Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn.

Senator Calls for Justice Department Probe of VA Relocation Funds Abuse

Blumenthal decries the “mindset that puts veterans last.”

Dear Men: Wake Up and Smell the Inequality

Women in the C-suite are less likely to leave than men, so why not invest in them?

New Clinton TV Ad Highlights on McCarthy’s Benghazi Gaffe

Democrats hope to capitalize on a top Republican’s comment linking the House Benghazi panel to Clinton’s poll numbers.

NSA leaker Edward Snowden appears on a live video feed broadcast from Moscow at an event in Hawaii in February.

Snowden Says He'd Go to Prison to Come Back to the United States

Speaking to the BBC, the NSA whistleblower said his lawyers were still awaiting a plea deal from the government.

EU Court Ruling: NSA Spying Violates Privacy Rights of Millions

By throwing out a key international agreement, the ruling delivers a blow to global tech companies.

Play of the Day: How to Stem the Tide of Gun Violence

No one seems to know how to stop all the shootings in the U.S.

Retirement Backlog Falls Slightly In September, But Still Exceeds Projections

Applications pending fell back to roughly June levels, after a two-month uptick.

Boehner Delays Majority Leader Election

House Republicans will pick their nominee for speaker Thursday, but the contest for majority leader—and possibly for majority whip—will wait until after Oct. 29.

White House press secretary Josh Earnest spoke to reporters Monday.

White House: Doctors Without Borders Incident Is a 'Tragedy'

There will be three investigations into the incident, the White House press secretary said Monday.

Former Hillary Clinton aide Cheryl Mills speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill in September.

Benghazi Committee Democrats to Release Full Interview With Top Hillary Clinton Aide

The move comes days after House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy credited the panel with hurting Clinton’s presidential campaign.