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State Department Inspector General Steve Linick testifies at a Senate Foreign Relations subcommittee hearing on ways to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of State Department operations while boosting transparency and accountability.
Former Defense Analyst Daniel Ellsberg discusses his support of Edward Snowden, his view of U.S. military operations against Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) militants, and the Obama administration’s response the whistleblowers.
Politico Energy Reporter Elana Schor discusses her investigation of the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, which is tasked with conducting safety inspections of oil and gas pipelines.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Chuck Grassley (R-IA) joins National Press Club’s Robert Weiner in a discussion about the committee’s agenda and actions, including the recent confirmation of Loretta Lynch as the next attorney general.
Vice President Joe Biden swears in Loretta Lynch as attorney general. The Senate on Thursday voted 56-43 to confirm her nomination, more than five months after President Obama first nominated her for the post.
School Lunches: Healthier Hunger-Free Kids was a high school east first prize winner in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam contest, produced by Matthew Post, John Caporaletti, and Keza Levine, freshmen at Sherwood High School in Sandy Spring, Maryland.
The House convenes for a legislative session, with members expected to debate seven bills under suspension of the rules, including the naming of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Port of Entry in Douglas, Arizona.
The Artifical Wage is the grand prize winner in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam contest, produced by Anna Gilligan Katie Demos, and Michael Lozovoy, eighth graders at the School for the Creative and Performing Arts Bluegrass in Lexington, Kentucky
The House convenes for Morning Hour, with members permitted to speak on a variety of topics. Following these speeches, the chamber will recess until noon ET, when it reconvenes for legislative business.