Government Oversight

White House chides North Korea for Rodman visit
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The White House says North Korea’s government should be focused on the well-being of its citizens, not on “celebrity sporting events” to entertain the country’s elite.

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‘She Has the Right to Stay Home’: TheBlaze Readers Respond to S.E. Cupp’s CPAC Boycott
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TheBlaze’s S.E. Cupp said she would not be attending CPAC until gay Republican groups are embraced. (Photo: TheBlaze) TheBlaze’s S.E. Cupp made headlines last week when she announced she was pulling out of CPAC over the annual conservative conference’s exclusion of gay Republican groups. “I’m a conservative who believes that keeping the government out of […]

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Rumor Check: Obama Uses Obamacare to Pay Off Crony to The Tune of $340 Million
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Is President Obama using his administration’s landmark legislative accomplishment as a vehicle to reward a longtime friend and political ally to the tune of $340 million? That viral accusation has just begun making the rounds thanks to several conservative news sites, most notably Lifesitenews and the Washington Examiner. These sites allege that a woman named Sara […]

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Kerry says US releasing millions in aid to Egypt
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says the Obama administration is rewarding the Egyptian government with financial aid because of Cairo’s promises of economic and political reforms.

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What now? Congress looks towards new March deadline
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With the sequestration cogs now turning, in the coming weeks Congress will turn its attention to its next budget deadline on March 27, when funding for the federal government is set to expire.

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Sequester deadline day is here, so what now?
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It’s Friday, March 1, and that means the federal government has crossed the much-hyped and dreaded deadline for the fiscal reductions known as the “sequester.”

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As Cuts Arrive, Parties Pledge to Call Off the Budget Wars
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As a deal to break a budget impasse failed to emerge on Friday, both the president and his Republican adversaries said they would not carry the fight over the cuts into the coming effort to finance the government.

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