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Congress tells Air Force to keep flying drone it wants to scrap

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For a company that gets 90 percent of its revenue from the federal government, it comes as no surprise that Northrop Grumman is writing big checks to members of Congress, according to the Sunlight Foundation. The nonprofit watchdog group reports that the defense technology company has split $1.67 million among the campaign committees and leadership political action committees of 236 U.S. House...

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