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11 min ago | Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph
"There is no content involved." One of her colleagues on the intelligence committee, Sen. Ron Wyden , was less blasA©, warning that "just metadata" can be very revealing.
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4 hrs ago | SFGate
Jon Stewart tore into Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the Democratic chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, on Wednesday night's "Daily Show," ripping her for what he perceived as hypocrisy in a burgeoning CIA spying scandal .
6 hrs ago | The Heritage Foundation
The chattering class loves to say Washington is broken. It's not; this town is a well-oiled machine for special interests.
Multnomah County Commissioner Loretta Smith will face perennial candidate Bruce Broussard and two lesser-known rivals in a bid for re-election in the May 20 primary election.
A move by the federal government and backed by Oregon Democratic Sen. Ron Wyden to reclassify wildfires as debacles on par with hurricanes, tornadoes and other natural disasters makes sense.
According to conventional wisdom, Washington gridlock prevents passage of major tax reform this year.
GAS DEBATE: In case you missed E2-Wire's big story on Tuesday, here's a refresher: The recent Ukraine crisis is fueling the natural gas exports debate raging in Congress.
Revenue has almost tripled since the lobby firm opened its doors in 2007, and it is snapping up top talent and big-name clients at a time when most shops are stuck in neutral.
Congress's investigative arm said Wednesday it will audit Oregon's broken healthcare exchange site, which has yet to enroll even one person despite spending $304 million in federal funds.
It was an exchange made famous not because of what was said at the time, but because of what Americans discovered later.
In an extraordinary public accusation, the head of the Senate Intelligence Committee declared on Tuesday that the CIA interfered with and then tried to intimidate a congressional investigation into the agency's possible use of torture in terror probes during the Bush administration.
Dianne Feinstein's claim that the CIA spied on Intelligence Committee computers, made in a careful but impassioned 40-minute floor speech, has rattled the city around her.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein speaks to reporters Tuesday after accusing the CIA of secretly removing documents from computers used by the Senate Intelligence Committee.
The Obama administration's 2015 budget proposal looks at a new way to pay for fighting wildfires, a change that reflects their role in climate change.
The Patriot Act allows the National Security Agency to record telephone call records.
Tax reform, once a hot topic in political and business circles, has seen its stock dim somewhat over the past year.