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Rep. Jason Chaffetz has twice said Congress could impeach President Obama in light of a slew of scandals his administration is facing.
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Rep. Jason Chaffetz said Wednesday after grilling a former Internal Revenue Service boss about what the White House knew about the agency targeting conservative groups.
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Legislation targeting patent trolls is picking up steam in Congress. Sen. John Cornyn became the latest lawmaker to offer a solution, introducing a bill aimed at making it easier for the victims of frivolous patent suits to fight back.
It seems all we're hearing from the political mavens these days is how Hillary Clinton is not only the inevitable 2016 Democratic nominee but a shoo-in as the next president.
Former Internal Revenue Service commissioner Douglas Shulman told members of the House Oversight Committee that he had not discussed the IRS targeting of conservative groups during his numerous visits to the White House.
Eight months after the Benghazi terrorist attack, U.S. Congressional investigators remain persistent in having the Obama-Clinton State Department explain how their internal investigation failed to gather truths about the scandal.
President Barack Obama rubs his face as Myanmar's President Thein Sein speaks during their meeting in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, May 20, 2013.
The growing use of unmanned surveillance "eyes in the sky" aircraft raises a thicket of privacy concerns, but Congress is getting mixed advice on what, if anything, to do about it.
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Representative Jason Chaffetz, a Utah Republican, says President Barack Obama may face impeachment over his administration's response to the Benghazi attack.
After the White House released some 100 pages of emails documenting the development of talking points used to brief the public on the attack in Benghazi, Democrats brandished the disclosure as evidence that there was no attempt by the White House to airbrush or spin the administration's response for political advantage.
"There's no conspiracy here that I can see," said Reuel Marc Gerecht, now an analyst at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies.