When members of Congress and Hollywood bigwigs get together, it’s usually for a fancy high-dollar fundraising.
Pop quiz: what do real estate agents have in common with car salesmen, telemarketers, and members of Congress? Answer: They're among Americans' least-trusted professions, according to a recent Gallup poll. In fact, with just 21 percent...Show More Summary
Members of the National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG) were in Washington DC last week for their annual winter conference and during that time presented awards to friends in Congress. Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) was presentedShow More Summary
WASHINGTON -- A former CIA operative who now serves as a member of Congress indicated at a recent public event that the U.S. has engaged in "offensive cyber operations" against Russia, a revelation that comes while the two countriesShow More Summary
A VA policy that bars doctors from recommending medical marijuana to patients is set to expire. Some members of Congress want to see it reversed. On Wednesday, a group of 21 U.S. senators and representatives sent a letter to the Veterans...Show More Summary
In an article by One News Now, a “religious freedom scorecard” will grade members of Congress on how they support religious freedom. The 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative will publish a mid-term report card in June reporting the 115th session of Congress and a final scorecard will be published next year. Show More Summary
In 2009, as President Obama’s Affordable Care Act reached a crucial phase, his top diplomat pressed members of Congress and was keenly interested in the bill.
Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. sells off hundreds of thousands of dollars in Microsoft stock to avoid a possible conflict. Martin Shkreli sneers at members of Congress. And the NYT profiles the NFL's in-house investigator—a former Manhattan prosecutor. This is a roundup from ALM and other outlets.
For months, members of Congress and former Pentagon officials have been criticizing the Obama administration's approach to defeating ISIS, arguing that airstrikes and occasional special-forces operations are not enough to destroy the Islamist insurgency. Show More Summary
Members of the House Oversight Committee were probably giving each other high fives Thursday for making Martin Shkreli look like a smug jerk under their questioning about the high drug prices at his former company, Turing Pharmaceuticals. You know what? He was a smug jerk, smirking through his...
Swarmy Pharmaceutical chief Martin Shkreli testified today before Congress. Former Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli on Thursday called members of... The post Figures. Swarmy CEO Martin Shkreli Who Jacked Up Price on AIDS Drugs is Big Dem Donor appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Famously loathed pharmabro Martin Shkreli today was confronted by the only people in America liked less than him: members of Congress. He refused to testify at a hearing about jacking up drug prices, invoked the Fifth Amendment, smirked...Show More Summary
In Custodia Legis, the blog of the Law Library of Congress in Washington, has been running an interview series featuring members of the library staff. The series started in late October 2010.The most recent interview is with Anna Bryan,...Show More Summary
Martin Shkreli, described by ranking member Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) as "the poster boy for greedy drug company executives," refused to answer any questions except one about the pronunciation of his name, at a hearing Thursday morning held by the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Shkreli had been subpoenaed [...]
Army and Marine Corps leaders swapped pledges with members of Congress not to relax ground combat skill requirements.
Former Turing Pharmaceuticals Chief Executive Officer Martin Shkreli invoked his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination and refused to answer questions on Thursday from the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Show More Summary
The so-called "bad boy of pharma" Martin Shkreli pleads the fifth amendment in his testimony before members of Congress this morning. Produced by Emma Fierberg Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
The so-called "bad boy of pharma" Martin Shkreli slammed members of Congress on Twitter following his hearing before the House Committee on Oversight and Reform. "Hard to accept that these imbeciles represent the people in our government,"...Show More Summary
A long-simmering dispute over how the Obama administration applied the Affordable Care Act to members of Congress and some of their staff has been revived and could hang up the confirmation of a new federal personnel chief. In advance of the scheduled Thursday confirmation hearing for Beth Cobert to become Office of Personnel Management director, […]
Congressman Elijah Cummings, ranking member of the House Oversight Committee, talks with Rachel Maddow about what he learned at the first congressional...