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At the Super Bowl of Energy, the Big Game Is on the Sidelines

The world's most powerful energy executives—and many government officials—spend a lot of time behind closed doors.

Republican Lawmakers Are Coming Around to the Idea of Police Body Cameras

The recent police shooting of Walter Scott has prompted a congressional hearing on the use of body cameras as a way to reduce officer malpractice.

Why Did Ted Cruz Miss the Loretta Lynch Vote?

He voted against cloture but was the lone senator not to vote on final passage.

Ending Months of Delay, Senate Confirms Loretta Lynch as Attorney General

Lynch will become the first African-American woman to lead the Justice Department.

John Boehner: 'We Need All the Facts' on Hostage Deaths

The House speaker on Thursday offered condolences to the families of two innocent men killed during U.S. military operations earlier this year.

Republicans Block Vitter's Obamacare Subpoena

Five GOP senators oppose Vitter's effort, and he accuses them of wanting to "protect congressional perks."

Japan's Prime Minister Is Coming to Congress Next Week. But First, Americans Want an Apology.

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who has been reluctant to offer a direct apology for his country's aggression in World War II, will address a joint meeting of Congress next week.

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