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Washington Examiner | Aug 30, 2016

House to John Kerry: Time for you to testify

House Oversight and Government Reform Chair Jason Chaffetz has re-summoned State Secretary John Kerry to appear at a hearing next month following the former senator's failure to respond to Chaffetz's request earlier this summer, according to a letter the Washington Examiner obtained late Tuesday.

Washington Post | Aug 29, 2016

House Oversight Committee investigating drugmaker Mylan over EpiPen price hike

The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee has launched an investigation into drugmaker Mylan, which is facing increasing scrutiny for raising the price of the lifesaving EpiPen allergy injection.

Fox News | Aug 26, 2016

Second State Dept. unit conducted probe into mysterious deletion

A second unit within the State Department -- led by its top internal auditor -- conducted a separate probe into the mysterious deletion of a critical exchange about Iran from the department's video of its December 2, 2013 daily press briefing, Fox News has learned.

Washington Post | Aug 26, 2016

Insurer did a ‘bait and switch’ on long-term care rate hike for feds, lawmakers say

Congress wants to know exactly what led to an explosive rate increase for 274,000 current and retired federal employees who are buying long-term care insurance.

The Hill | Aug 25, 2016

Gowdy: FBI barely probed Clinton about intent on emails

FBI officials failed to aggressively question Hillary Clinton about her intentions in setting up a private email system, Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) claimed this week, exposing a potential key vulnerability in the bureau’s investigation.

CBS New York | Aug 23, 2016

Lawmakers Raise Concerns Over Price Surge Of EpiPens

Some lawmakers are calling for federal investigations and hearings into the recent price surge of a potentially life-saving allergy medication.

Fox News | Aug 22, 2016

House panel ‎presses FBI on Clinton lawyers’ access to classified files

The House oversight committee is ramping up pressure on anyone who had access‎ to Hillary Clinton's personal server and classified files -- including her lawyers and aides who may not have had sufficient clearance.

New York Times | Aug 22, 2016

Hillary Clinton’s 15,000 New Emails to Get Timetable for Release

Questions surrounding Hillary Clinton’s email practices flared up again on Monday, with a Federal District Court judge ordering the State Department to provide a timetable for releasing nearly 15,000 new emails uncovered by the F.B.I. investigation of her personal email account and server while she was secretary of ...

Politico | Aug 22, 2016

Chaffetz claims FBI gave Congress conflicting documents on Clinton email probe

House Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) says he has a "couple problems" with the documents provided by the FBI from its investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server, including several differences between sets of documents in two separate binders.

Huffington Post | Aug 19, 2016

U.S. Admits Payment To Iran Used As Leverage For Prisoners’ Release

The U.S. State Department said on Thursday it released $400 million in cash to Iran under a tribunal settlement only once it was assured that American prisoners had been freed and had boarded a plane.