Gowdy: "Nothing would diminish their morale quite like being asked to do the opposite of what they signed up to do."
Between unanimous support at the beginning and the end came the Hyde amendment.
Only Cruz, who opposed her "embrace the lawlessness of the Holder Justice Department," missed confirmation vote.
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Government officials can plan for chemical threats but time is a “dangerous element.”
Organizations also press for VA accountability and veteran status for National Guard.
"I'm feeling love here that I haven't felt for some time, and where was all this affection for the last six years?" attorney general quips.
Forty percent of all foreign travelers coming into the United States use visa-free program.
Congressman: "Everyone from recipients to taxpayers deserves an efficient program with a clearly defined mission.”
White House contends plaintiffs in "really take four words out of context in a 900-page law" to make it mean what they say it does.
After ditching the Hastert rule, just 75 Republicans voted for funding bill that left out immigration defunding.
Duckworth: “With all of the technology available to us... how could this disappearance have happened in 2014?”
Review says force is stretched too thin and White House fence is too weak.
While the Obama administration has “set forth initiatives to meet these objectives... they have largely been ineffective.”
Inspector general details lawbreaking at housing agency.
CDC official tells Senate panel illegal immigrants aren't behind spike in measles cases.
Border Patrol union leader estimates force "approximately 5,000 agents short of where we should be.”
Paul Ryan, though, accuses administration of engaging in “envy economics.”
Projects the unemployment rate “will fall a little further," but hello deficit.
“When discouraged Americans argue that they’ve been hurt by trade, their voices should not be ignored,” Sen. Wyden said.
Paul Ryan: “A $320 billion tax hike is the last thing we need."
Jeb and Mitt may be in, but the lawmakers eyeing a presidential run aren't out.