I asked Keith to post this here when I saw it at the excellent EduShyster blog. Keith is a teacher at Camden HS and a doctoral student at Rutgers University. He chairs the public relations and media committee for the Camden Education Association. Show More Summary
The Justice Department announced Thursday it would not launch a criminal investigation into an embarrassing dispute between the CIA and the Senate Intelligence Committee over alleged mishandling of classified files relating to harsh CIA interrogations of terrorism suspects.
On July 9, Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland testified before the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee on "Russia and Developments in Ukraine." In her testimony, Assistant Secretary Nuland focused on two key pillars of U.S.
The decision brings a muted end to a power struggle that had undermined relations between the intelligence community and the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Today, the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations held a hearing on ‘Russia and Developments in Ukraine.’ During the hearing, SenatorsRead the Rest...
The scandal surrounding Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) roared back to life late Monday evening with a new report from the Washington Post in which the senator’s attorney accuses the Cuban government of planting negative stories about him in American media. Show More Summary
He could have stopped at “Why are we giving foreign aid to countries,” but he still makes a great point: Paul spoke out Tuesday at a Senate Foreign Relations Committee, urging his colleagues to “use our might to speak for those who cannot”...Show More Summary
As the House Oversight Committee met to look into what steps the Environmental Protection Agency took in relation to a gold and copper mine in Alaska, EPA administrator Gina McCarthy admitted that some of the information and emails they...Show More Summary
Tuesday at a Senate Foreign Relations Committee on global violence against women, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) demanded America “use our might to speak for those who cannot.” He also proposed to stop sending foreign aid to countries that persecute Christians and woman. Show More Summary
As you may recall, back in April, the Senate finally voted to declassify parts of the executive summary of its $40 million, 6,300-page report on the disastrous CIA torture program. Of course, as part of that, the White House said itShow More Summary
On his Monday radio show, conservative talk show Mark Levin reacted to how congressional Democrats in a House Oversight Hearing had conducted themselves earlier over the committee’s inquiry into missing emails related to an investigation of former Internal Revenue Service official Lois Lerner. Show More Summary
The House Appropriations Committee is currently debating a spending bill that would set America back decades when it comes to energy policy and environmental protection. The 2015 Energy and Water Development, and Related Agencies Appropriations...Show More Summary
(CNN) – Longtime Rep. Don Young misused campaign funds and accepted improper gifts relating to hunting trips he took with his family and staff over the years, the House Ethics Committee concluded on Friday. The panel found that the 21-term Alaska Republican broke its rules when he used campaign funds for personal purposes and improperly […]
HOUSTON, Texas—State Representative Allen Fletcher (R-Cypress) called upon Texas House Homeland Security and Public Safety Committee Chairman Joe Pickett (D-El Paso) to add issues related to the Texas border crisis to the agenda of the committee's meeting scheduled for July 1 in Austin. Show More Summary
Senate: Which Groups Are We At War With? Admin: That’s Classified The Senate’s Committee on Foreign Relations held a hearing today on renewing the Authorization for the Use of Force (AUMF) in Iraq and Afghanistan. Senators repeatedly asked representatives from the Department of Defense which groups we are at war with. And the DOD refused...Read More
IMO informs that its Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) has approved, in principle, the draft Polar Code and related amendments to make the Code mandatory under SOLAS,
On Friday’s “The Kelly File,” Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), the legislator that evoked the “What difference does it make?” response from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in a hearing before the Senate Foreign Relation Committee,Show More Summary
Three Department of Veterans Affairs officials are scheduled to testify before a House panel on Wednesday about the destruction of documents related to the VA scheduling controversy. The House Veterans Affairs Committee is investigating claims that a Phoenix VA hospital maintained a “secret waiting list” to keep treatment delays off the books, as well as […]
In the wake of deteriorating Russian-American relations, the Senate's Armed Service Committee announced a bill yesterday that would budget $100 million to the development of a US-made rocket engine. Man, wouldn't it be awesome if space exploration received this kind of funding without all the international conflict?
This comes in the wake of the leaking of formerly classified information relating to the Benghazi attack by Issa even before the select committee has even been conveyed. In an appearance on CNN on Friday, House Oversight Committee ranking member Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD) said that the evidence suggests Issa has gone rogue.