- A bitter dispute between the CIA and the U.S. Senate committee that oversees it burst into the open on Tuesday when a top senator accused the agency of spying on Congress and possibly breaking the law.
- Biden's role on Ukraine underscores risks for his political future
- Obama's NSA nominee aims to build trust in beleaguered spy agency
- NSA nominee backs protection for companies in any cyber law
- Hersman, public face of U.S. transportation safety, steps down
- Obamacare enrollment in private coverage rises to 4.2 million people
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TRENTON, New Jersey - Former top aides to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie have not cooperated with a state probe into a traffic scandal that threatens the Republican governor's political future out of fear they will incriminate themselves, their attorneys argued in court on Tuesday.
- Stanley Fischer wrote the book on macroeconomics. Literally.
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.
WASHINGTON - The leaders of the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday announced an agreement on legislation to wind down government-owned mortgage financiers Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, jump-starting a long-standing debate that could still take years to resolve.