After my post went live on Oct. 18, two significant developments occurred in the prospects of a contempt prosecution of Steve Bannon.
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On Oct. 18, former President Donald Trump filed a lawsuit against: Rep. Bennie Thompson, chairman of the House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol; the House Select Committee; David Ferriero, the Archivist of the United States; and the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).
A selective guide to the upcoming debates on inspector general reform
Despite the U.S. government spending more than $16 billion, new technologies and programs may be needed.
Technical standards set the foundation for billions of devices and systems used daily. Congress has focused on international standards bodies in several provisions of the Senate-passed United States Competition and Innovation Act.
As the Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative gets off the ground, CISA and Congress will need to take key steps to consolidate its functions and powers and work with ongoing initiatives within the federal government.
The Biden Administration has joined the debate over how profoundly the military justice system should be reformed as the Senate is divided.
Join us for a discussion on the Senate's first, and perhaps only, Jan. 6 report.
The agreement is a lost opportunity that may not represent itself again for quite some time.
The House Judiciary Committee’s agreement with Don McGahn would have been a big win for Congress had it come back in 2019. Coming today, though, it presents a much more muddled picture.