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A former U.S. visa chief in Vietnam has pleaded guilty to bribery and other charges for accepting more than $3 million in bribes in exchange for visas for entry into the U.S. The Senate has adopted a Republican-backed change in a bill outlawing
Michael Schock, who survived the April shooting, filed the claim against the city of Lafayette, its police department, the two officers and the Contra Costa Sheriff's Office, which contracts police services to the affluent city. Schock, a UC Berkeley
Rep. Aaron Schock shrugged off opposition from conservative groups Wednesday, saying he doesn't need a score sheet to know his constituents. The Illinois Republican features in the first paragraph of a New York Times editorial published Tuesday,
tool goes here Celebrity birthdays on Aug 31 Drummer Jerry Allison of Buddy Holly and the Crickets is 74. Singer Van Morrison is 68. Guitarist Rudolf Schenker of Scorpions is 65. Actor Richard Gere is 64. Singer Glenn Tilbrook of Squeeze is 56.
No big law firm or Wall Street bucks by any means, but certainly not too shabby. And that doesn't include some fine free travel, sometimes paid for by taxpayers although House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) banned such travel in February and sometimes
The committee also said it's continuing a probe of whether a trip New York Democrat Bill Owens took to Taiwan was arranged by lobbyists for the country's government.
Thomas Roberts spoke with Illinois State Senator Heather Steans today about the marriage equality bill in Illinois and plans to vote on it on Valentine's Day. He also asks her if she's concerned at all about Rep. Aaron Schock, who opposes same-sex
Haven't supported it in the past though you might in the future?...Rep. Schock cites his "upbringing and faith values" for his opinion...Illinois has not legalized gay marriage, though it came somewhat close this year. [ Via Joe My God ]
Two congressmen, Aaron Schock, R-Ill., and Bill Owens , D-N.Y., are under investigation for possible ethics breaches, the House Ethics Committee says. The allegations against Schock, the youngest member of Congress when he was first elected in 2008,
Paul Ryan has gone back to work on Capitol Hill ... as a mere congressman ... and the question on everybody's mind since the election .....Mitt Romney 's former #2 was taking a stroll through Washington D.C. today ... when our camera guy asked the