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Congress Gives Staff Hefty Bonuses Amid Budget Crisis

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The Benghazi Bonanza: A Bipartisan Scandal

Judicial Watch’s Micah Morrison writes about what appears to be the bipartisan nature of the Benghazi scandal, with former House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers being referred to in recently released documents. Judicial Watch will keep investigating.

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Rep. Chaffetz talks TSA, FOIA problems

Representative Jason Chaffetz talks about what can be done to increase FOIA transparency in our federal government. Also, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton presented testimony before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on this very subject.

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Congress’s Bipartisan Obamacare Fraud

Phil Kerpen writes about Sen. David Vitter’s (R-LA) efforts to bring transparency and accountability to a scandal very few are talking about — Congress’ efforts to qualify as a “small business” under Obamacare rules and thus avoid some of the law’s drawbacks.

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GOP senator wants to subpoena D.C. health care exchange

It was recently discovered that Congress had used the D.C. healthcare exchange to purchase coverage with the help of subsidies reserved for small businesses. Congress employs more than 16,000 people, yet somehow managed to receive the subsidy, and Sen. David Vitter is seeking answers as to why.

INVESTIGATIVE BULLETIN

Benghazi: What The Government Wants Us To Think

First published at the Daily Caller, October 30, 2014 We now have two serious investigative tracks into the Benghazi killings — Rep. Trey Gowdy’s Special Select Committee, which I examined here, and the Justice Department’s Ahmed Abu Khatallah prosecution. On October 14, the government filed a superseding indictment in the case. The Benghazi…

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JW Files Taxpayer Lawsuit to Stop Congress from Participating in D.C.’s Small Business Exchange

At least 12,359 members of Congress, congressional staffers, and their spouses and dependents currently purchase health insurance in D.C.’s “Small Business Exchange” even though Congress far exceeds D.C. law’s 50-employee limit for participating in the exchange.

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Judicial Watch Supports Strengthening Ethics Enforcement for Congress

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton issued a statement today calling upon the House of Representatives Republican and Democratic leadership to strengthen ethics enforcement.

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JW Details Ambitious Investigative Agenda for 113th Congress

America’s Largest Government Watchdog Calls on Congress to Clean up Corruption and Restore Rule of Law to Washington, DC (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released its list of investigative priorities for the new 113th Congress. The investigative agenda, which is being independently pursued by Judicial Watch, is a wide-ranging…

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DOE-backed solar firm files for bankruptcy

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Congress to Probe Suspected Connection Between Anwar al-Awlaki and 9/11

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Republicans demand net-neutrality documents

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Pelosi aide defends $35K congressional tab for Detroit auto show

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David Wu’s job in doubt over sex reports

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Obama Officials Misled Congress Regarding Scope of Illegal Immigration Deportation Dismissals According to Documents

Local Immigration Officials Given Wide Latitude to Dismiss Illegal Immigration Deportation Cases, Including For Those Involving Violent Crimes Contact Information: Press Office 202-646-5172, ext 305 Washington, DC — July 7, 2011Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced today that it has

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House panel probe urged of Kagan health care role …


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