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Topic - Darrell Issa
Like a shopper buying everything on a grocery list twice, the federal government is wasting billions of dollars through duplication and redundant programs, Congress' chief watchdog warned, releasing its fourth annual list of recommendations on ways to cut down on wasteful spending.
The director of the government agency responsible for the Fast & Furious sting operation that allowed weapons to flow across the Mexican border confirmed Wednesday that no one involved in the botched gun-running project has been fired.
A House Republican chairman is doggedly pursuing the question of whether military personnel were told to "stand down" during the 2012 deadly assault on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, despite the insistence of military leaders and other Republicans that it never happened.
Democratic lawmakers on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee have petitioned Chairman Darrell Issa via a letter to stop talking about the Benghazi attacks — saying the multitude of hearings are making the panel look bad.
The House's chief counsel has concluded that that Lois G. Lerner, the former employee at the center of the IRS targeting scandal, can still be cited for contempt of Congress, according to a memo released Wednesday.
The head of the Internal Revenue Service told House Republicans on Wednesday that it would take years to provide all the documents they have subpoenaed in their probe of how the agency handled tea party groups' applications for tax-exempt status.
House Oversight Committee head Darrell Issa, angry by what he sees as the purposeful stonewalling of White House officials to stand and account for the perceived targeting of tea party people, has set yet another hearing for the Internal Revenue Service commissioner.
Rep. Darrell Issa has subpoenaed an Environmental Protection Agency official for documents related to an Alaskan mining project that the EPA stopped in its tracks two years ago.
Republicans on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee are pressing the Department of Justice for more information about contact government lawyers reportedly made with Lois Lerner, the former IRS employee at the center of the scandal over the IRS's targeting of tea party groups for special scrutiny.
Saying they've been stonewalled for a year, the House's top investigator sent a subpoena Thursday demanding the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives turn over documents on a storefront sting operation that went badly awry.
Rep. Elijah Cummings, Maryland Democrat, said Friday that the conflict between him and Rep. Darrell Issa, California Republican, is about more than just a clash between the two parties.
House Republicans beat back a push from Democrats Thursday to force Rep. Darrell Issa to formally apologize on the House floor after he cut off the microphone of the top Democrat on the oversight committee last week during a heated hearing.
Rep. Darrell Issa sent out a couple of apologies to his Capitol Hill colleague, Rep. Elijah Cummings, saying sorry for cutting off the Democrat at the tail end of a Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing.
The White House said Thursday that Republican Rep. Darrell Issa shouldn't have dissed Democratic Rep. Elijah Cummings of Maryland by shutting down a hearing while Mr. Cummings was speaking.