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    Q&A with Tom Sherwood

    Tom Sherwood talked about political corruption in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. Mr. Sherwood covers politics and the District of Columbia government for NBC4 in Washington, D.C.

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    Intelligence and Cybersecurity Issues

    National Security Agency (NSA) Director Michael Rogers testified on the challenges his agency faces, including retention of key personnel, securing the budget, optimization within the NSA, and the need for new legislation that would benefit the organization. He answered questions from the committee on issues that included massive data breaches at Sony Pictures, U.S. efforts to thwart current terrorist threats, and what would ensure the NSA to be more proactive as opposed to reactive.

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    Q&A with Robert Costa

    Robert Costa, who has written extensively about Donald Trump, talked about Mr. Trumps’s 2016 presidential campaign and the similarities shared with 1992 presidential candidate and businessman Ross Perot.

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    Food Safety

    Dr. Stephen Ostroff was one of three Food and Drug Administration officials who testified at a hearing on food safety. Dr. Ostroff also talked about the budget and appropriations process and how proper funding is crucial to food safety.

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    EPA Toxic River Spill

    Administrator Gina McCarthy testified at a Senate Environment and Public Works Committee hearing at hearing on the toxic river spill caused by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and one of its contractors near the shuttered Gold King Mine in Silverton, Colorado. The rupture released 3 million gallons of waste water from the mine into the Animas River and contained lead, arsenic, and cadmium. She talked about the EPA’s ongoing efforts to investigate the cause of the spill, and addressed its detrimental impact on the region.

    Senators from Colorado and New Mexico spoke before Administrator McCarthy to explain the impact of the spill on their home states. Administrator McCarthy talked about the EPA’s ongoing efforts to investigate the cause of the spill, and addressed its detrimental impact on the region.

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    Q&A with Jennifer Teege

    Jennifer Teege talked about her book, My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me: A Black Woman Discovers Her Family’s Nazi Past, about her discovery that her maternal grandfather was Nazi commandant Amon Goeth.

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    House Rules Committee Meeting on the Iran Nuclear Agreement

    The House Rules Committee met to outline the parameters for floor debate on a resolution expressing disapproval of the Iran nuclear agreement. Speakers included House Foreign Affairs Committee Chair Ed Royce (R-CA), the sponsor of the resolution and who explained his concerns with the agreement.