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Both chambers look into claims that the State Department covered up allegations of misconduct.
Instead, the president is taking the well-worn path of moving on to other issues.
The meme is photos of Obama looking over people's shoulders at their computers or phones.
Reports say it will also close its two offices located outside of the D.C. area.
Winfrey is helping to fund the new National Museum of African American History and Culture.
The president urges opponents of the Senate bill to get on board or get out of the way.
Some surveillance opinions could be unsealed.
He says he's leaving his at home in light of the recent revelations.
A report says the New Mexico Republican failed to document how she earned $20,000 a month.
The "Scandal" star says she had gotten blowback for her political involvement.
A Google News search shows the now-removed article, titled: "Customers still taunt Lisa Weiss."
The company says he was terminated "for violations of the firm's code of ethics and firm policy."
"What I'm committed to is a fair and open process on the floor of the House," the speaker says.
A Russian presidential press secretary says they would consider a request from Edward Snowden.
The government is trying to move quickly to bring Snowden back to the U.S., two sources tell ABC.
He says the actions are a "giant violation of the law."
The former White House chief of staff has set his sights on higher office in Illinois.
He says Obama owes Snowden a "thank you letter."