Lawmakers say meeting Susan Rice didn't ease concerns over the handling of the Benghazi attack. CNN's Dana Bash reports.
(CNN) - Most of the Republican members of a Senate committee investigating the terrorist attack at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, skipped a classified briefing by administration officials on the incident Wednesday, CNN has learned.
The missing lawmakers included Sen. John McCain of Arizona, who at the time of the top-secret briefing held a press conference in the Capitol to call for the creation of a Watergate-type special Congressional committee to investigate how and why the attack took place.
CNN's Brian Todd reports on pizza company executives fighting a plan to force pizza chains to post calorie counts.
The 'Girls Gone Wild' creator wants to send one of his video subjects to Capitol Hill for a Congressional internship. CNN's Lisa Sylvester reports.
Washington (CNN) – On the walls of Barbara Mikulski's Capitol hideaway are some of her most prized possessions - portraits taken every two years of all the women in the Senate.
The first picture from 1988 is Mikulski, a Democrat, and one other female senator, Republican Nancy Kassebaum of Kansas.
CNN tracks the avalanche of calls and e-mails to politicians after the president's speech on debt ceiling gridlock. Brian Todd reports.
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