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Washington, DC -- Today, Senator Harry Reid kicked off the charge led by Sheldon Whitehouse and Congressman Ted Lieu against corporate climate deniers and the groups they front that spread misinformation and lies about climate science.
Two Democrats introduced a resolution Monday disapproving of companies that “deliberately mislead the public” about climate change science, an attack on oil giant Exxon Mobil Corp., which has been accused of doing just that.
Today, Congressman Lieu questioned the validity of the House Oversight Committee Republicans' decision to hold an "emergency" hearing regarding the
A bipartisan duo of Congressmen sent a letter to the Department of Health and Human Services, making specific breach notification and response recommendations for upcoming ransomware guidance planned by HHS' Office for Civil Rights, noting that ransomware attacks are "different" from other data breaches.
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) downplayed the damage done by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s mis-handling of classified information on her private email server, as FBI director James Comey testified at the House Oversight Committee on Thursday.
The HHS Office for Civil Rights, which enforces the HIPAA privacy and security rules, is developing guidance on how to react to a ransomware attack, and two members of Congress have chimed in with their own ideas.
Donald Trump sharpens language over Hillary Clinton's emails. The link to the interview can be found here: https://losangeles.cbslocal.com/video/3427238-political-firestorm-rages-after-announcement-of-no-charges-against-clinton/
FBI Director James Comey goes to Capitol Hill to defend his decision to not recommend criminal charges in the Hillary Clinton email case. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA), members of the House Oversight Committee, weigh in.
A powerhouse legal team representing a bipartisan group of congressional members and candidates is unleashing a new effort to overturn the case that birthed super PACs, part of a novel strategy to rein in the big money that has poured into campaigns since 2010.
Terrorism is once again in the headlines with the suicide-bomber attack at the Istanbul airport late Tuesday that killed 41 and wounded 239 others.
U.S. officials believe the attack was the work of ISIS, though no group has yet taken responsibility.