Senate chairman says Obama administration not "devoting enough attention to this reality.”
Ag chairman maintains SNAP "should be temporary support as individuals improve their financial situation."
The head of the agency faces lots of questions from Congress.
Congressman: "It seems if you look at the phone, you know the answer in, like, five minutes."
“These unlawful acts may potentially result in serious harm or death to America’s veterans."
A report has found that up to nine out of 10 Americans could die from a long-term blackout as a result of starvation and societal collapse.
Inspector general has issued hundreds of recommendations for efficiency and effectiveness to little avail.
Wildfire sizes today “were unimaginable just 20 or 30 years ago," Forest Service chief says.
Plus: What the new attorney general thinks about ruling on NSA metadata collection.
"The last thing we need is another NAFTA": Dems rally against Trans Pacific Partnership.
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.
When a reporter is told to go out and gather comment on a story, don't rip the reporter for what people tell her.
A Marine, a socialist, a couple of governors, or a veep?
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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?”