Acting VA secretary tells Congress that more money is needed to fix the problems, though.
Congressional Republicans to offer alternatives to White House's $3.7 billion request.
"The House will not support billions of dollars in higher taxes to pay for more spending,” vows one chairman.
“This is plain and simple the dark side of the NCAA,” says one former collegiate football player now in Congress.
Even the GOP is divided on fate of what Hensarling calls a form of corporate welfare.
Can't clear up 89 percent of "inconsistencies" because automated system not yet fully operational.
“It's impossible to solve problems by whitewashing them or denying they exist. This is a lesson VA should have already learned."
Gutierrez: "I kept hoping the better angels in the Republican Party would tamp down the irrational and angry angels blocking reform."
Vitter, though, warns committee of “the economic calamity" of the path "President Obama unilaterally selected for America."
"Initiated and progressed in the context of a fierce rhetorical campaign by the president to delegitimize Citizens United."
"We're working with the VA IG and we'll follow it wherever the facts take us,'' Director Comey said.
Republicans say the crisis, which could top 60,000 kids, is "directly the result of Obama's own policies."
But key immigration Dem said the House likely will not act this session if legislation isn’t taken up by July 4.
“Limits on such labeling of information are needed to provide greater transparency and accountability," report finds.
Vitter contends, though, that they “should not be committed to regulating just for the sake of regulating.”
U.S. Chamber says regulation could decrease a family’s disposable income by $3,400 per year and cost 200,000-plus jobs.
Congress should “focus on good science, rather than politically correct science," says committee leader.
Decisions regarding corrections shouldn’t be “trusted to bureaucrats,” activist tells PJM.
Tells PJM that party needs to channel the public's "revulsion" over Obamacare into votes.
Former Ohio secretary of state tells PJM devotion to social issues “will solve economic issues."
"It's not simply to extract retribution. It's to provide a safer society. And to treat people humanely," says former NRA chief.
McConnell: “It’s about protecting the right of the American people to have a say in what goes on in Washington."
The former prosecutor tapped to lead special committee isn't one of the speaker's allies and once called the minority leader “mind-numbingly stupid."
McCain introduces Burwell to Senate health committee, says OMB director qualified to take over from Sebelius.
One Senate critic, though, called the document “a political one used to justify more government overreach.”