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Zombie agencies are nearly impossible to kill Zombie agencies are nearly impossible to kill
Wed, March, 7, 2018
Annie Linskey from the Boston Globe explains to Gordon Deal why so-called zombie agencies are so hard to kill.
Congress Faces a Tense Agenda with Little Margin for Error Congress Faces a Tense Agenda with Little Margin for Error
Wed, September, 6, 2017
Kristina Peterson from the Wall Street Journal discusses how Congress will have a rough Fall ahead.
In oversight chair, Gowdy would inherit politically fraught probes of White House In oversight chair, Gowdy would inherit politically fraught probes of White House
Tue, May, 30, 2017
With current Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz set to depart early from Congress, The Wall Street Journal's Byron Tau joins us with a look at South Carolina Representative Trey Gowdy's emergence as the favorite for the position.
What would a government shutdown mean for you? What would a government shutdown mean for you?
Wed, April, 26, 2017
What would a government shutdown mean for you? Erin Kelly from USA Today has a look.
Congress aims to avoid government shutdown Congress aims to avoid government shutdown
Tue, April, 25, 2017
James Arkin from RealClearPolitics has a look at how congress aims to avoid a government shutdown.
Wave of Regulations Looms In 2016 Wave of Regulations Looms In 2016
Mon, January, 4, 2016
Lydia Wheeler from The Hill on some of the new regulations that may be introduced this year.