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Obama’s billionaire commerce chief nominee, Penny Pritzker, understated her income... by quite a lot.
When a federal employee refuses to answer questions about the public's business, it clashes with the public's expectations.
Sen. Marco Rubio knocks the idea of making key lime pie the nation’s official confection.
Some former Cabinet officials get official portraits done in lightning time, while others may take years.
Meet Los Angeles's next mayor.
We are still missing the best journalist in 16 states!
The scandal-tarred Congressman probably can't win (or come close). But that doesn't mean his candidacy is without impact and purpose.
A ban on Uggs in the summer?
Defense inspector general report cites “confusion” over who was to oversee a C-12 aircraft.
A report from Ed Markey and Henry Waxman supports calls for greater federal authority over power-grid protections.
THE FIX | More than half of Americans say the Obama administration is trying to cover up the facts of the attack, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
FACT CHECKER | Sen. Rand Paul claims no one has been fired because of the Benghazi attacks. So what happened to those State Department officials who lost their jobs?
Black Capitol police officers protested workplace bias while pursuing a 12-year-old lawsuit. Planners of the event expected it to draw 50-200 people, but fewer than a dozen people participated.
White House officials are only adding to questions about the agency’s targeting of conservative groups.
The White House investigates reporters for doing their job.
Companies shouldn’t be allowed to patent them.
That IRS thing? The White House employed its “Don’t tell Dad” policy.
A slim majority of Americans say President Obama is focusing on things that matter to them personally, while a clear majority say Republicans in Congress are not, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows.
FEMA sent personnel including search-and-rescue teams to Oklahoma. Its disaster-relief fund still contains $12 billion.
Former IRS commissioner Douglas Shulman doesn't think he has to apologize for the wrongdoing that occurred at the IRS on his watch.
We know a lot more than we did a week and a half ago. But there are still a great many unanswered questions.
A report finds lovely destinations like France and Spain were among the tops for travelling lawmakers.
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington filed its lawsuit on Monday in the U.S. District Court for D.C.
Seems President Obama was just about the only one in town who didn’t know of IRS probe.
THE FIX | Oklahoma senator says federal aid for tornado victims is different from the Sandy relief bill he opposed.
About 50 workers began day-long picketing at Reagan building and blocked traffic.
The Supreme Court justice cracks an obscure joke.
The president declared a federal disaster on Monday, designating federal funds to help Oklahoma recover from the massive tornado that tore through the state.
Voters in the City of Angels pick their next mayor Tuesday in an election with connections to Bill Clinton, President Obama, and organized labor.
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