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  • Dianne Feinstein says CIA 'significantly redacted' torture report

    Susan Crabtree | 08/01/14 06:39 PM

    The top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee said the CIA has heavily redacted her panel’s final report of its investigation into the agency’s detention and interrogation practices so she would have to spend some time reviewing what they withheld before determining when it could be...

  • Harry Reid just made sure the Senate will deal with amending the Constitution first thing when it gets back from recess

    Becket Adams | 08/01/14 05:36 PM

    The proposed amendment not only gives Congress the power to limit spending on federal candidates, but it also bars the judicial branch from overturning any future campaign finance laws authored by legislative branch.

  • Harry Reid sets up vote on campaign finance reform

    Sean Lengell | 08/01/14 05:23 PM

    Senate Democrats are ramping up efforts for a proposed constitutional amendment aimed at reversing recent Supreme Court decisions that loosened campaign finance restrictions.

  • Obama: 'We tortured some folks' after 9/11

    Brian Hughes | 08/01/14 04:21 PM

    President Obama acknowledged Friday that the U.S. "tortured some folks" in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, highlighting CIA shortcomings ahead of the release of a Senate report on the agency's interrogation techniques.

  • Why Obama can't sweep aside his John Brennan problem at the CIA

    Brian Hughes | 08/01/14 04:06 PM

    As it did when other agency chiefs came under fire, the White House dismissed calls for Brennan's head, labeling the matter a "misunderstanding" and trying to move past the embarrassing episode. But for President Obama, it won't be that easy, for one simple reason: Democrats are furious.

  • Obama defends his relevance

    Brian Hughes | 08/01/14 04:00 PM

    President Obama in a press conference Friday afternoon ripped into congressional Republicans for not passing big-ticket items before their summer recess but was left to defend his own relevance amid a series of mushrooming international crises.

  • 'A new dawn' for House leadership, GOP lawmakers say

    Sean Lengell | 08/01/14 02:43 PM

    A revamped House Republican leadership faced its first real challenge after support for its border security bill collapsed, forcing the team to regroup and try again before rolling out a second plan Friday morning.

  • In phone call with Vladimir Putin, Obama raises Ukraine concerns

    Brian Hughes | 08/01/14 02:36 PM

    President Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke by phone Friday for the first time since the U.S. stepped up sanctions against the Kremlin for escalating tensions in Ukraine.

  • Congress plans to send Iron Dome spending bill to Obama today

    Susan Ferrechio | 08/01/14 02:08 PM

    Congress today will clear a bill for President Obama's signature that will provide Israel with $225 million for its Iron Dome missile defense system.

  • Key Senate Republican defends CIA Director John Brennan

    Susan Crabtree | 08/01/14 02:00 PM

    In his strongest defense of Brennan to date, Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., said an inspector general's report shows that the CIA head didn't direct or know in advance about the agency snooping on Senate staffers' computers.