- A bitter dispute between the CIA and the U.S. Senate committee that oversees it burst into the open on Tuesday when the committee chairwoman accused the agency of spying on Congress and possibly breaking the law.
- U.S. military braces for budget battles with Congress
- Republican Party wins Florida congressional seat in special election
- Biden's role on Ukraine underscores risks for his political future
- Utah lawmakers seek earliest presidential primary, with online voting
- Obamacare enrollment in private coverage rises to 4.2 million people
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WASHINGTON - Deborah Hersman, who headed the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board during high-profile investigations into plane crashes and other transit mishaps, said on Tuesday she would leave the agency in April after almost 10 years.
AUSTIN, Texas - Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel said on Tuesday his time in the White House made him a better city leader and he could have been a better presidential aide if he had run a big city first.
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WASHINGTON - U.S. lawmakers debated on Tuesday whether to include a shift in funding for the International Monetary Fund in a bill to address the crisis in Ukraine, raising concerns that the measure could be delayed for weeks.