McCain, Graham keep heat on Rice, but appear to soften attacks

Senate Republican leaders returned Sunday to demanding answers from U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice about her public explanation on the fatal Libya attacks – but now appear to be mounting a less head-on attack.

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Obama to sign executive order to expand labor rights for contractorsComments Off

The White House says the order will require companies seeking federal contracts to make public any previous violations of labor laws. 

Secretary of state at first not told of post-9/11 CIA interrogation methods, document saysComments Off

The still-classified report also says some ambassadors who were informed about the practices were instructed not to tell their superiors at the State Department. 

House approves lawsuit against Obama over alleged abuse of executive powerComments Off

The House on Wednesday approved a highly contentious lawsuit against President Obama over his alleged abuse of executive power, teeing up an election-year legal battle sure to spill onto the midterm campaign trail.

Iranian opposition leaders press Obama administration to back them, seek regime changeComments Off

Behrooz Sarshar has clear hopes for his native Iran: “We want to be free, independent, and a good friend for America and the West. This is what we want.”

VA wants to fire 2 supervisors accused of manipulating data in Colorado, WyomingComments Off

The firings would be the strongest discipline handed out since May in a nationwide scandal over falsifying records on how long veterans wait to get care at VA hospitals and clinics.

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