The former lobbyist overcame concerns that he is too close to the industries he will be regulating
The National Intelligence Director James Clapper defended surveillance on Tuesday by saying that while America may spy on its allies, they do it to us too — because it’s necessary, the Associated Press reports.
“That’s a hardy perennial,” Clapper told a House intelligence committee hearing.
Committee Chairman Mike Rogers asked …
Tax credit info comes after successfully filing an application
It got people talking, he says
Drafted letter in case he was incapacitated
‘The woman who married an idiot and stuck with him’
Says he would have beat Obama if he ran for Senate in 2004
Senior lawmakers complained that intelligence employees were deemed “nonessential”
President met with Fox News and Wall Street Journal commentators
Pushes back on Speaker’s claim that there aren’t enough votes in the House to reopen government
Country reaches borrowing limit on Oct. 17