The White House has approved another Dubai purchase of another American company doing some sensitive stuff. But the administration says this time is different, and it looks like — so far — Congress is buying it. Scott Tong reports.
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Another White House deal with a Dubai company. Last time it was ports and congressional heat burned it. This time it's a maker of parts for US tanks and military planes. Scott Tong reports the word from the administration: This…
House Republicans abruptly yanked a lobbying and ethics bill off the floor today. Democrats say the bill isn't going to do much to end abuses anyway. Writer and commentator Jeff Birnbaum has low expectations for reform on the Hill.