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CQ on Congress

Aug 31, 2016

With little possibility of any of the 12 spending bills getting done to prevent a government shutdown, lawmakers return to consider stopgap tricks to fund the government beyond September 30. The question is for how long, says CQ Roll Call’s Ryan McCrimmon. Simone Path reports that despite the rise...

Aug 12, 2016

Congress is grappling with a plethora of technology-related legislation that appears to be headed nowhere fast, in part because of concerns over security and privacy. The Internet of Things Caucus hopes to provide a bridge for understanding the issues at stake when it comes to technology policy – and find areas where...

Aug 11, 2016

Many have asked what it would take to remove Donald Trump from the GOP ticket and nominate a new presidential candidate. CQ Roll Call’s senior Senate reporter Niels Lesniewski and managing editor Adriel Bettelheim lay out how it could be done.

Aug 1, 2016

The alleged hacking of Democratic party computer systems by Russian interests pose a dilemma for U.S. officials tasked with looking for the source of the infiltration and coming up with a response. CQ Roll Call’s national security reporter Ryan Lucas, political editor David Hawkings and managing editor Adriel...