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    Iran-Contra Investigation Day 28 Part 1

    Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North was questioned further by committee members, including Representative Boland on the Boland amendment. The committee chairs then directed summary statements to Lieutenant…

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    Iran-Contra Investigation Day 27

    Questioning of Oliver North continued, with many members of the committee making statements concerning patriotism, democracy, and the lessons of the Iran-Contra affair.

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    House Financial Services Committee Dinner

    Current and former members of the House Financial Services Committee attended a dinner in honor of the committee hosted by the U.S. Capitol Historical Society. The keynote speaker of the…

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    Librarian of Congress Nominee Carla Hayden Confirmation Hearing

    Carla Hayden, President Obama’s nominee to be the next Librarian of Congress, testified at her confirmation hearing. Many questions Ms. Hayden answered concerned the Library of Congress’s…

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    Bicentennial of the National Anthem

    Vice President Biden, Governor Martin O’Malley (D-MD) and others spoke at an event commemorating the 200th anniversary of the writing of the Star-Spangled Banner.

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    Financial Agencies Nominations

    The Senate Banking Committee heard testimony on the nominations of three financial regulators, including President Obama’s choices to head the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and to…

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    Federal Reserve Nominations

    Three nominees to the Federal Reserve Board testified a day after the board released a new economic forecast that lowered expectations for economic growth. They talked about the state of…

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    Nixon Resignation Special: Watergate Impact

    The panel includes legislators who were members of the House Judiciary Committee that, in 1974, passed three articles of impeachment against President Nixon charging him with obstruction of…

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    Senator Byrd Portrait Unveiling

    Senator Robert Byrd was honored as his portrait was unveiled in the Old Senate Chamber. He was praised by many present and former colleagues who shared reminiscences. Senator Byrd has…

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    Sarbanes-Oxley Act Fifth Anniversay

    Former Senators Sarbanes and Oxley spoke about financial auditing and business reporting reforms enacted in the wake of the Enron bankruptcy to protect consumers and provide increased…

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    U.S.-India Nuclear Cooperation Agreement

    Secretary Rice testified about the Indian government’s “Civil-Military Separation Plan” which sets a framework for splitting civilian nuclear energy and research programs from military…

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    Corporate Reform

    Senator Sarbanes praised the Consumer Federation of America. He talked about consumer legislation during his 35 years in Congress and about his experiences as one of the principle authors of the…

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    Corporate Financial Reform

    Senators Oxley and Sarbanes spoke about corporate financial legislation they sponsored and enforcing the legislation. Among the issues they addressed were implementing the regulations, the…

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    Senate Session

    The Senate voted on the Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Iraq Resolution of 2002, also referred to as the Iraq War Resolution. The House voted on and passed the joint…

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    Senate Session

    The Senate continued debate on a resolution that would authorize the president to use force against Iraq.

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    Democratic Priorities for Higher Education

    Senate Democrats and Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing students participated in a town hall meeting, titled “Higher Education - America Can Do Better,” on student loans. The…

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    Senate Session

    The Senate convened for business and then adjourned the 109th Congress sine die.

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    U.S. Policy Options in North Korea

    Witnesses testified about U.S. policy toward North Korea. Among the topics they addressed were recent missile tests by North Korea, weapons development programs, the status of six-party…

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    Combating Child Hunger

    The Senate Foreign Relations Committee held a hearing on new United Nations initiatives to combat hunger and malnutrition among children. Witnesses testified about the scope of child hunger…

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    Non-Traditional Mortgage Products

    Two subcommittees of the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs held a joint hearing titled “Calculated Risk: Assessing Non-Traditional Mortgage Products.” Witnesses…

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