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Reporters were approached by Secret Service agents as they saw First Lady Michelle Obama walking along a busy road at Martha's Vineyard and promptly ordered to shut off their cameras. The reporters from Vocativ claimed they stumbled upon the First Lady in an unscripted moment and began filming. Almo ...
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Congressman and aviation subcommittee member Sean Maloney (D-NY) may have more to worry about than the FAA investigation into drone use at his recent wedding; his newly announced Republican challenger Nan Hayworth is using it as evidence that Maloney thinks he's "special" with an "air of privilege. ...
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As with most government agencies in DC, the IRS is notoriously hard to pry information from. Even if they're required by law to make the information available to the public it can be a ridiculous hassle to actually get it from them. The Center for Responsive Politics, which operates OpenSecrets.org, ...
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A whistleblower said he experienced "harassment" after contacting a top Obama official over concerns of activities taking place at Veterans Affairs facilities.Scott Davis, a Program Specialist at the VA's National Health Eligibility Center (HEC) in Atlanta, said after he contacted Rob Nabors, Presid ...
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The big question today is, “Will she or won’t she?” But the Obama administration shouldn’t worry about putting Whitehouse Attorney Jennifer O’Connor in front of Congress to offer testimony. Ms. O’Connor previously worked as a senior aide to Harold Ickes, deputy chief of staff to Presiden ...
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Back in October of 2013, homes were raided and subpoenas were issued against allies of Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker in hopes of finding illegal coordination between the Walker camp and the groups who support him. Many claimed the strong-arm tactics were nothing more than a political witch hunt fr ...
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