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On March 11, Senate Intelligence Committee Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., threw a gauntlet on the floor of the Senate, explosively accusing the Central Intelligence Agency of violating the Constitution by spying on her committee during its study of the agency's post-9/11 enhanced interrogation program.
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Sen. John McCain on Wednesday rejected the Obama administration's attempt to prevent lawmakers from taking pictures and talking to staff and detainees at immigrant detention facilities, and said the government's arbitrary rules prevent members from serving their constituents.
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The National Retail Federation announced the hiring of Paul G. Martino as vice president and senior policy counsel, and the elevation of Beth Provenzano to vice president for Federal Government Relations.
14 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Former Alaska governor and 2008 vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin acknowledges the crowd during a campaign rally for John McCain at the Pima County Fairgrounds in Tucson, Ariz., in 2010.
Sens. Amy Klobuchar and John McCain introduced legislation Tuesday that would allow people to import personal pharmaceutical drugs from Canada.
One of the few areas of potential intrigue in the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination race is whether Hillary Clinton 's Wall Street ties will trigger a fierce backlash against her assumed candidacy from the populist elements of the Left.
A top Republican lawmaker says the Obama administration has "no strategy" to combat radical Sunni militants in Iraq and Syria.
Afghanistan's presidential election, touted in advance as its first ever democratic and peaceful transition of power, looks set instead to deliver a verdict that could deeply divide the country just months before most U.S. troops are due to depart.
It's a story that's been told before. After a failed bid for the White House, the long-serving senator returned to Capitol Hill.
In a recently released poll, Americans by an almost 2 to 1 margin blame the current turmoil in Iraq more on former president George W. Bush than the White House's current occupant, though giving Obama low marks for his handling of the crisis.
According to CQ Roll Call alumnus and current Washington Examiner senior correspondent David M. Drucker, Sen. John McCain has over the past few years evolved into the "conscience of the Senate."
Sen. John McCain and Hillary Clinton's reported friendship knows no party lines, but that doesn't mean the former GOP presidential candidate is ready to embrace it on national television.
Sarah Palin praised Hillary Clinton for recounting in her memoir her decision not to attack Palin in 2008 when Republican Sen. John McCain chose the conservative firebrand as his running mate.
Republicans are suggesting a detour: To the border, where tens of thousands of children from Central America have arrived without parents, placing an extraordinary strain on emergency housing and hearings in detention centers.
There's a reason Hillary likes him and it's the same reason most of us don't like him.
Israel says six of its citizens have been arrested after a Palestinian teen was found beaten and with burns covering 90 percent of his body.
Preliminary results of Afghanistan's presidential election are due Monday but it's doubtful they will be accepted by the candidate who trails the frontrunner.
Updated: Wed Jul 09, 2014 04:54 pm
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