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Rep. Jackie Speier, D-Calif., said that many senior officers are “not being held to the same standards as the rank and file.”

Military Watchdogs Defend Process for Probing Officer Misconduct

Rep. Speier wants tougher standards for sexual abuse cases.

Play of the Day: Trump Loves a Parade

Reports say the president wants a military parade like "the one in France."

Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., requested that the committee allow a vote to let Democratic subpoenas on Trump controversies move forward. The vote wasn't granted.

As Democrats Demand Subpoenas, House Panel Advances Good-Government Tools

Bills promote grant reporting efficiency, IG subpoena power and easier access to agency reports.

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif.

Devin Nunes's Next Target: The State Department

The House Intelligence Committee chair has turned his sights to State as he presses forward with his probe into intelligence gathering related to Russian electoral interference in 2016.

Play of the Day: The Trump Spanish Phrasebook

"No entiendo" is not the same as "I don't have a Nintendo."

Former CDC Director Brenda Fitzgerald, who resigned Wednesday after a report revealed she once had holdings in several tobacco companies.

Is the CDC Losing Control?

The country's flagship public-health agency is facing internal scandal and funding issues that will test its ability to respond to outbreaks on the horizon.

Play of the Day: More Responses to Trump's First State of the Union

Democrats grimaced at the president, but what should voters see in that response?

The Surprise in the Nunes Memo

The controversial document raises some interesting questions—but also undermines the political argument it was intended to buttress.

Justice Department Settles ‘Final’ Case in IRS Targeting Dispute

Pro-Israel nonprofit gets an apology for having its application dragged out for six years.