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Belittling the reputations and service of statesmen in a hearing that yielded nothing new.

What is the magic that has propelled Kevin McCarthy to the top so quickly?

No matter what she says, Clinton will be declared a big winner in the mainstream media.

Unless there is a stunning revelation that would disqualify her, Republicans should allow Loretta Lynch's nomination to be the next attorney general to go through a normal, mostly low-key process.

After two years of investigation, no evidence to buttress any of the conspiracy theories surrounding the Sept. 11, 2012, attack.

The chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee is looking for trouble.

Name the controversy, the [fill-in-the-blank]-gate that riles the far right, and you are bound to hear calls for impeachment.

Political handlers always want to enhance the good and diminish the bad, and they rely on the policy people to tell them how far their spin can go.

Republicans need to focus on Obamacare and the economy for the upcoming election. The Benghazi investigation can wait.

Follow the example set by Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.).

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