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Reuters | Aug 17, 2016

FBI delivers documents on Clinton email probe to U.S. Congress

The Federal Bureau of Investigation said on Tuesday it had turned over to the U.S. Congress a number of documents related to its probe into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while she was secretary of state.

USA Today | Aug 17, 2016

House panel to probe FBI about whether Clinton perjured herself to Congress

A House panel will probe FBI officials next month over whether Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton perjured herself in testimony to Congress last year about her use of private email servers while she was secretary of state.

Free Beacon | Aug 15, 2016

EPA Watchdog Investigating Sexual Harassment Allegations

A federal ethics watchdog announced on Friday that it has opened an investigation into allegations of serial sexual harassment and retaliation against victims at the Environmental Protection Agency.

Daily Caller | Aug 12, 2016

TSA Has $135M Of Unused Furniture Stored In Warehouses, Congress Wants To Know Why

Leading congressmen want to know how much the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) spends storing $135 million worth of unused furniture and security equipment in warehouses across the country.

Nextgov | Aug 11, 2016

Lawmakers: Will Census Tech be Ready to Test or Not?

The House oversight committee asked the government’s watchdog to figure out whether the Census Bureau is ready for the upcoming test of the 2020 Census tech.

USA Today | Aug 3, 2016

Washington transit cop accused of trying to help Islamic State

A Metro Transit Police officer in Washington, D.C., was arrested Wednesday on charges of trying to provide material support to the Islamic State, according to federal prosecutors.

Town Hall | Aug 3, 2016

Oversight Committee: $400 Million Iran Payment a Coincidence? Prove It Under Oath, John Kerry

The House Oversight Committee has taken note of the "coincidental" $400 million cash payment made to the Iranian regime on the same day as U.S. hostages were released in January. It's members want to know more.

The Hill | Aug 1, 2016

Bipartisan USPS reform legislation will strengthen agency

Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Jason Chaffetz and Subcommittee on Government Operations Chairman Mark Meadows deserve a lot of credit for working with Reps. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.), Gerry Connolly (D-Va.) and Stephen Lynch (D-Mass.) to strengthen an agency that is crucial to the $1.4 trillion mailing industry that employs 7 million private sector workers and 600,000 postal employees across the country.