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    Communicators with Representatives DeGette and Langevin

    Representative Diana DeGette (D-CO), co-chair of the Congressional Privacy Caucus, talked by video from Capitol Hill about threats to privacy on the Internet, legislative efforts to shore…

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    House Session

    The House passed a bill to expand the Veterans Affairs Department’s authority to fire or demote VA employees based on performance. It also approved a three-month extension of…

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    Nuclear Deterrence

    Witnesses testified at a hearing on U.S. nuclear deterrence policy.

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    House Session

    The House convened for a legislative session. The House has voted 286-138 to approve an African trade and Trade Adjustment Assistance bill. They are now debating a fiscal year…

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    Middle East Policy and Combating ISIS

    Defense Secretary Ashton Carter and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chair General Martin Dempsey testified on combating ISIS* and U.S. strategy in the Middle East. Secretary Carter told the…

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    House Session, Part 2

    The House convened for a legislative session. The House voted on amendments to the fiscal year 2016 Intelligence Authorization bill. The bill was passed, 247-178. Members spoke on a…

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    House Session

    The House convened for a legislative session. The House debate H.R. 2685, a fiscal year 2016 Defense Appropriations bill and voted on amendments

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    Social Media and Terrorism

    Homeland Security and Justice Department officials testified on the use of social media by ISIS* to recruit fighters, spread propaganda, and plot attacks. FBI Counterterrorism…

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    House Session

    The House convened for a legislative session. The House voted on amendments to and passed H.R. 2578, the Commerce, Justice and Sceince Spending bill on a 242-183 vote. The House…

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    House Session, Part 2

    The House considered amendments to H.R. 1735.

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    House Session, Part 1

    The House considered H.R. 1735, a bill that would authorize $515 billion for national defense programs and $89.2 billion in war funding for overseas contingency operations.

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    House Session

    The House approved H.R. 2028, a $36.1 billion water and energy appropriations bill, by a vote of 240-177. Ten Democrats voted for the measure and seven Republicans voted against…

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    House Session, Part 2

    The House resumed debate on amendments to H.R. 2028, the fiscal year 2016 energy and water spending bill. The House voted on 14 amendments to the bill.

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    Defense Authorization Markup, Part 1

    The House Armed Services Committee met to mark up a fiscal year 2016 defense authorization bill.  Following opening remarks from the committee chair and ranking member, members voted on…

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    Defense Authorization Markup, Part 5

    The House Armed Services Committee met to mark up a fiscal year 2016 defense authorization bill. During the day-long markup, notable amendments debated involved the F-35 fighter jet, and…

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    Defense Authorization Markup, Part 4

    The House Armed Services Committee met to mark up a fiscal year 2016 defense authorization bill. Members debated amendments on defense funding for technology developments, missile…

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    Defense Authorization Markup, Part 3

    The House Armed Services Committee met to mark up a fiscal year 2016 defense authorization bill. Committee members considered amendments on designation of public lands for military…

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    House Session, Part 3

    The House voted on several bills under suspension of the rules. A two-thirds majority is required for passage on each vote.

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    House Session

    The House passed H.R. 1731, a cybersecurity bill that would encourage companies to share information with the federal government about threats and provide liability…

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    House Session

    The House debated and passed H.R. 1195, a bill requiring the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to employ advisory boards. Members spoke on a variety of subjects.

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