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Latest Tom Coburn Items
Three of the top Republican contenders for the open U.S. Senate seat being vacated by U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn are expected to tout their conservative credentials at a town hall-style forum.
A federal agency having trouble adapting to the Internet age has finally stopped charging customers for one senator's reports — but is still charging for thousands of other documents that are available online, for free, and reachable through a simple Google search.
With Republican U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn retiring with two years left on his term, both of Oklahoma's U.S. Senate seats will be on the ballot in 2014.
Elections for both of Oklahoma's U.S. Senate seats, the open 5th Congressional District seat and statewide seats including governor and lieutenant governor will highlight a busy 2014 political season that formally kicks off Wednesday when candidates begin arriving at the State Capitol to file paperwork and pay fees to have their names placed on the ballot.
The agency that congressional watchdogs criticized for charging other agencies tens of millions of dollars to buy reports already freely available online is actually charging people to buy the very watchdog report that criticizes it for charging people.
Sen. Harry Reid gave a somewhat bland response to fellow Sen. Tom Coburn, a cancer patient who expressed concern with the lack of options that Obamacare provides for the cancer-ridden: Big deal.
Federal health care spending always outpaces economic growth and major programs like Medicare always grow beyond their initial projections, according to a new report to be releasedWednesday morning from Sen. Tom Coburn.
In an age where you're never more than six feet away from a internet-connected device, fiscal watchdogs say it's time to retire a government office who's role has largely been replaced by Google.
A former Army historian who chronicled the infamous Battle of Wanat in Afghanistan, where nine U.S. soldiers died after their M4 carbines jammed, tells The Washington Times that his official account was altered by higher-ups to absolve the weapons and senior officers.