White House’s spending cuts? Critics call it creative Washington accounting

Critics say the cuts proposed by the White House are more a reflection of creative Washington accounting than of substantive cuts.

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Issa: Ebola diagnosis in New York City ‘particularly distressing’Comments Off

House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa said at the start of a hearing Friday that the latest diagnosed case of Ebola, in New York City, is “particularly distressing.”

Workers stuck paying plush AFL-CIO union salariesComments Off

AFL-CIO headquarters in Washington, D.C., used money taken from workers to pay union officers and employees an average of $89,328 during fiscal 2014.

Indicted GOP Rep. Grimm hanging on in NY raceComments Off

Despite facing a 20-count indictment, New York Republican Rep. Michael Grimm remains a contender for re-election in his Staten Island district – thanks in part to a Democratic challenger whose candidacy is flawed in its own right, and some constituents who seem unfazed by the federal charges against their congressman.

Obama taps major fundraiser for Sweden ambassadorComments Off

President Barack Obama is nominating a major fundraiser for his presidential campaign to be the next U.S. ambassador to Sweden.

GOP Takeover Panic: Why the left fears ‘insane’ Republicans running the SenateComments Off

For the GOP to control both houses of Congress for the last two years of the Obama presidency would indeed be kind of a big deal, but not as earth-shattering as some prognosticators believe.

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