- 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
- Florida mayor seeking 20th term at age 93 faces run-off election
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