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Fed Scoop | Nov 15, 2016

CIO: Secret Service has cleaned up its act

Since joining the Secret Service as CIO last December, Kevin Nally said he's undertaken a complete reorganization of the service's IT operations, despite what a recent IG report says.

Daily Caller | Nov 15, 2016

Chaffetz Promises Same Oversight Standard For Trump As For Obama

President-elect Donald Trump will be held to the same standards the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform applied to President Barack Obama, according to its chairman Rep. Jason Chaffetz.

USA Today | Nov 15, 2016

Secret Service crushing workload ‘dangerous’ to protectees

Staffing levels at the U.S. Secret Service have reached potentially "dangerous'' levels, as some agents assigned to protective details have been pressed to work 80- to 90-hour weeks after having exhausted overtime and salary allowances during the long campaign season, the Republican chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee said Tuesday.

Washington Post | Nov 9, 2016

Secret Service IT management slammed following Chaffetz breach

Now that the votes are in and the presidential campaign is done, the Secret Service can close an incredibly busy election season.

Washington Examiner | Nov 8, 2016

GOP lawmakers join 31-state lawsuit opposing EPA water rule

A coalition of Republican lawmakers used Election Day to join a 31-state lawsuit opposing the Obama administration's far-reaching Waters of the U.S. rule in federal court.

CBS News | Nov 7, 2016

Despite “integrity” of FBI, GOP committee chair still pushing Clinton email probe

Earlier this summer, FBI director James Comey recommended against prosecuting Hillary Clinton over her use of a private email server.

Fox News | Nov 6, 2016

FBI’s Comey tells Congress email review completed, decision not to prosecute Clinton stands

FBI Director James Comey said Sunday that the agency has reviewed all of the Hillary Clinton emails recently discovered in an unrelated case and that his conclusion in July not to prosecute Clinton after the FBI’s original investigation into her use of a private email server still stands.

National Review | Nov 4, 2016

A Malignancy Grows at an International Cancer Agency

he International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) now faces congressional inquiries, legal challenges, and harsh criticism from the scientific community that are shredding the agency’s credibility and threatening its future.

Weekly Standard | Nov 2, 2016

States Make Their Case Against Obama Water Rule in Federal Court Briefs

Opponents of the Obama administration's Clean Water Rule claimed that it encouraged massive infringements on state authority by the federal government, according to briefs filed in federal court on Tuesday.

Cyberscoop | Nov 1, 2016

Windows XP is a security nightmare, yet still used by hundreds of millions

Windows XP is old, insecure, and yet somehow still one of the most popular operating systems in the world.