But there's little the committee can do to force Michigan's Agema to resign.
The Justice Department concludes, in effect, that the union's bad old days are over.
The findings overturned the conclusions of the C.I.A. inspector general, who determined last year that five officers acted improperly when they searched files used by the Senate Intelligence Committee during its investigation of C.I.A. interrogations.
Instead of battling over incremental tinkering of existing rules, the Obama administration could call for a significant overhaul of the financial system, Jesse Eisinger writes in The Trade.
A school bus carrying 45 students from a North Carolina middle school overturned Wednesday on a two-lane road, injuring 15 of the children, authorities said. None of the injuries appeared serious.
One person has died and many more were sickened after receiving infusions of a saline solution produced by Wallcur, a San Diego-based company, the Food and Drug Administration said Wednesday.
The battle isn't in Washington. It's in the Midwest.
All this dancing around the obvious makes it impossible to take Islamic terrorists seriously on their own terms.
Even accounting for the decline in gas prices, the slump surprised analysts, suggesting consumers were saving more instead of spending.
Guns are more likely to do harm than good.
Can the New Jersey governor catch up with Bush and Romney?
Albuquerque police officers shot and killed a suspect on Tuesday who they said pulled a gun on them after a foot chase.
Gov. Chris Christie, believing that there is more than enough political money to go around, has delivered a surprising message to his top supporters and donors: Relax.
Some Republican members deserted their party to vote against a bill denying safeguards for undocumented immigrants, including the young known as Dreamers.
Prosecutors in Chicago are recommending a lenient prison term of between 10 and 16 years for two drug cartel associates-turned-witnesses whose father is thought to have been killed in retribution.
Ohio man claiming sympathy with Islamic State militants was arrested for a plot to attack the U.S. Capitol with guns and bombs.
The unidentified meat supplier failed a routine audit to ensure that it met the company’s animal-welfare standards, causing a shortfall in the main ingredient in carnitas.
Conservatives argue he has too much baggage and the GOP needs a fresh face.
The State Board of Education voted not to go ahead with revised standards that expressed doubt about widely held views of climate change.
The implant is the first to generate an intermittent electrical pulse that blocks nerve signals from the brain to the stomach, reducing hunger pangs.