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Sponsor Mike Rogers May Go On To Lead The FBI from the sure-that-having-cispa-in-place-would-help dept We've often heard stories of politicians passing legislation soon before they left office, only to have that very same legislation help them in
President Barack Obama on Monday sought to answer Republican-driven criticism over recent developments at the Internal Revenue Service. Although Democrats, including Sens. Dianne Feinstein and Max Baucus, have also condemned the actions and
The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said Sunday that he thinks more whistle-blowers will come forward with information on the deadly attack last year on a diplomatic outpost in Benghazi, Libya. Democrats continued to question Republicans'
Rogers told "Fox News Sunday" that following the testimony of three whistleblowers before the House Oversight Committee, lawmakers have been contacted by other potential witnesses. "We have had people come forward because of the [Oversight] testimony
Rep. Mike Rogers, a Republican from Michigan and chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, speaks during an interview in New York on April 8. The Washington Post The organization that represents more than 12,000 FBI special agents is endorsing a
Three people have been arrested in connection with the case of the attack of Boston and charged with conspiracy to obstruct justice and providing false testimony in research that develops after the bomb attacks on the city marathon that left
It's confusing, it is horrible, [a] God-awful policy, and dangerous to the greater community, he said. And we have got to get to the bottom of this, and we've got to fix it right now. Congress has long been divided over the highly charged issue of
When Russia asked the FBI in 2011 to check out Tamerlan Tsarnaev because of his shift toward increasing Islamic extremism, the bureau interviewed him and his family as part of a review that found no ties to terrorism. Two years later, Tsarnaev, 26,
As prosecutors prepare to charge 19-year-old Johar Tsarnaev in deadly twin explosions at the Boston Marathon, the investigators delving into the many unanswered questions regarding the attacks and the brothers think its performers.
RW raised a point that has been on my mind, and apparently on lots of our readers' minds as well , winning most insightful comment of the week: And what about all the (self-created)terrorist plots the FBI keeps breaking up. A real one comes along and