Two Republican congressional candidates in Virginia say the federal investor-visa program is “ripe with abuse” and that it’s time for a House cleaning.
Bankruptcies, a suspicious suicide and an FBI investigation have cast a pall over foreign-investment ventures in South Dakota.
Citing more than $200 million in “waste, fraud and abuse” in Virginia’s Medicaid program, Republican leaders say expanding the program now would be throwing good money after bad. Like lawmakers did in Arkansas.
The Culpeper County (Va.) Sheriff’s Office is hosting a counterterrorism program conducted by a controversial former FBI agent – and catching flak for it.
While they wring their hands over America’s student-loan crisis, federal officials ought to look in the mirror. Washington started the mess.
Dave Brat is challenging Rep. Eric Cantor in a Republican primary — and giving the House majority leader a verbal thrashing on immigration.
The ultimate in pork-barrel politics, the Farm Bill is ripe for final approval today.
Would you rather eat a pie made in your grandmother’s kitchen, or one churned out by an industrial bakery?
National Republicans figure Ed Gillespie can give Democratic Sen. Mark Warner a run for his money this November.
Bowing to a flurry of cost-cutting amendments on a bill extending unemployment benefits, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said he will allow votes Monday on “reasonable” reforms.