HOUSE COMMITTEE INVESTIGATES WALTER REED
Rep. John Tierney (D-MA) questions witnesses during a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Hearing on the care and conditions of wounded soldiers at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, in Washington at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center on March 5, 2007. (UPI Photo/Kevin Dietsch)
A House Democrat has proposed gun control legislation he says was inspired by the latest James Bond movie, "Skyfall."
New catch limits on cod fishing in New England are aimed at allowing depleting cod stocks to recover, but fishermen contend that the reductions will destroy their industry.
A group of Massachusetts lawmakers said they were pushing their congressional counterparts to provide relief for a fishing industry upended by Hurricane Sandy.
Many incumbent House members considered vulnerable in the November elections took in less money than their opponents, fundraising reports indicated.
The private U.S. security company formerly known as Blackwater needs to be held accountable and a $7.5 million penalty doesn't cut it, a congressman says.
U.S. Defense Department officials gave testimony Tuesday attempting to smooth over concerns about the exact role of the U.S. military's new African Command.
The Pentagon has dropped its practice of having the defense secretary brief retired military officers who work as TV news analysts, officials said Friday.
A member of Congress has called for a hearing into a New York Times story on ties between the Pentagon and military retirees who serve as TV news analysts.
There has been significantly improved healthcare at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and other U.S. military hospitals, government watchdogs told Congress.
Congressional investigators are looking into whether a VIP ward at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington is draining resources from the hospital.