On Sunday, the House Democratic leader wouldn't say if the congressman should resign.
Melanie Sloan said she reported his behavior in the 1990s, but was told she was "mentally unstable."
Last year, it received more than $7 million from the Justice Department to further that mission. The same year, it also spent
President Obama likes to say that his is "the most transparent administration" ever. But members of the environmental community and biofuel industry -- some of his most ardent supporters in the past -- might beg to differ.
The Daily Caller, a conservative web publication, devoted much space in recent years to attacks on critics of America's for-profit colleges, echoing claims made by for-profit college owners at a time when that controversial industry has been seeking to avoid accountability.
DesJarlais' infidelities were first reported by The Huffington Post last year, based on records from his 2001 divorce. "There
“It is clear Rep. DesJarlais lied to ensure his telling of events aligns with his current anti-abortion stance," Sloan added
Also Monday, a Democratic anti-abortion group, Democrats for Life of America, weighed in on the contest, calling on people
When Karl Rove's nonprofit group Crossroads GPS released a recent series of ads quoting the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility
"If you ever make an investment decision, if this bill passes in current form, you probably should never talk to any member
"If I were invited somehow to somebody who's sort of the main purveyor of this type of activity, I would no sooner go speak
Melanie Sloan, the head of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, said out-of-state representatives should
Revere America grew out of another health care nonprofit, Americans for Responsible Health Care (ARHC). According to ARHC's