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  • Intelligence reform bill is important to safeguarding our security and privacy

    Intelligence reform bill is important to safeguarding our security and privacy
    A recent Baltimore Sun editorial described legislation to reform the government's collection of Americans' phone and email data as a sign that "bipartisan cooperation in Congress is not completely dead" ("Reining in the surveillance state," May 5). We'd like to remind The Sun that similar legislation to end the mass storage of this data passed the House by an overwhelming bipartisan majority — it garnered more than 300 votes, in fact — over a year ago.
  • House GOP strips immigration language from defense bill

    House conservatives on Thursday voted down a nonbinding provision aimed at helping young immigrants without permanent legal status enlist in the military, angering some fellow Republicans and handing Democrats a political issue heading into an election...

    Republican lawmakers urge court to block immigration expansion

    WASHINGTON More than 100 Republican members of Congress urged a federal appeals court Monday to block the Obama administration's sweeping new immigration policies such as deferred deportations. The 25 senators and 88 representatives told the U.S. Court...

    Dark money, taxpayer money, flow in redistricting lawsuits

    RICHMOND – In the high-dollar lawsuits that ultimately shape election maps in Virginia and across the country, there's often no telling where all of the money comes from. Taxpayers are expected to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to private...

    Bid to collect online-sales taxes is stalled in Congress

    WASHINGTON Every year, Roberton Williams combs through his credit card receipts and meticulously tallies up how much sales tax he owes from purchases he made online. Williams, by his own admission, is "one of those crazy people" who actually pay online-...