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  • House ethics probe into retiring Wisconsin congressman will continue

    WASHINGTON The House Ethics Committee announced Tuesday that its inquiry into GOP U.S. Rep. Tom Petri, R-Wis., would continue, leaving the case dangling with just three months to go before the veteran lawmaker's retirement after 35 years in office.
  • Ex-aide accuses McMorris Rodgers, staff of possibly lying, and smearing him

    WASHINGTON Breaking a six-month silence, a former aide who was fingered for allegedly filing an ethics complaint against U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, R-Wash., lashed out Monday, accusing the Republican and her staff of falsely smearing his name and...

    South Carolina House speaker indicted on charges of misconduct in office, ethics violations

    COLUMBIA, S.C. After months of trying to shut down an investigation into his use of campaign money, South.Carolina House Speaker Bobby Harrell was indicted Wednesday on nine charges, including illegally using campaign money for his personal expenses,...

    Webster sets up legal defense fund

    Webster sets up legal defense fund
    UPdate 5:35 p.m. 4/22/14: Webster's office notes taht the legal defense fund becomes irrelevent now that Judge Terry Lewis has decided to not change the district boundaries until 2016. While Leon County Circuit Judge Terry Lewis considered how to rework...

    Congressman passes out 534 Bibles on Capitol Hill

    WASHINGTON Republican Rep. Steven Palazzo of Mississippi has found a way to inject new meaning into constituent service by agreeing to distribute Bibles to his colleagues in Congress, all 534 of them. Palazzo's staff and student interns circulated the...