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Angry Republicans Blast IRS Official's Surprise Statement Before Taking the Fifth
The Internal Revenue Service official at the center of a scandal about extra tax scrutiny of conservative groups told Congress on Wednesday she had done nothing wrong but invoked her constitutional right not to answer questions.
Priebus Demands IRS Documents on Targeting
White House Admits 'Potholes' in Handling IRS Scandal
Alan Dershowitz: IRS Chief Lerner 'Can Be Held in Contempt'
McConnell: Obama Administration Trying to 'Shut People Up'
Priebus Demands IRS Documents on Targeting
Bill Keller: Bring in Ken Starr to Oversee IRS Probe
IRS' Lerner Went After Christian Coalition While at FEC
IRS Hit with Lawsuit From Conservative Group
Priebus to Williams: Scandal Could Go to Highest Levels
GOP Questions IRS Scrutiny of Anti-abortion Groups
White House, Treasury Discussed How to Manage IRS Story
Official Testifies Treasury Not Involved in IRS Abuse
Former IRS Chief Shulman: I Was Unaware of Targeting
Portman, Thune Call for More Hearings on Targeting
Poll: Most Americans Say Feds Threatening Rights
Cornyn Creates Hotline for Groups Targeted by IRS
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British Soldier Beheaded Outside London Barracks
A British soldier has been killed outside an army barracks in London and two suspects are in custody. The London Times reports that one of the attackers shouted 'Allahu Akhbar,' Arabic for 'God is Great,' during the attack....
Report: Man Killed by FBI Implicated Himself, Tsarnaev in 2011 Homicide
An FBI agent shot and killed a man early Wednesday morning who was being
Rove: White House Scandals 'Corrosive' to Obama's Presidency
The scandals facing the White House particularly the Benghazi attack
NYT: Fox Case Proves Obama Administration Has No Respect for Press
The New York Times has blasted the Obama White House's move to label a
Issa: IRS's Lerner May Have Waived Rights at Hearing
A U.S. House committee chairman said the Internal Revenue Service official
Obama Restarts Process to Move Guantanamo Prisoners
The White House is ready to start transfers again of terrorism suspects
US Acknowledges Killing 4 Americans in Drone Strikes
The Obama administration acknowledged on Wednesday that the United States
Terrorism Expert: Slaughter of British Soldier Like Daniel Pearl Execution
The beheading of a British man in London Wednesday is chillingly
William Bennett: Obama Used 'Megaphone' to Inspire IRS Targeting
President Barack Obama didn't need to directly order IRS agents to
WashPost Blogger: Obama Not Being Told of IRS Scandal a 'Curious Whopper'
The Internal Revenue Service targeting scandal has so far brought one
Disgraced Ex-congressman Weiner Announces Candidacy for NYC Mayor
Two years after resigning from Congress in a lewd photo scandal, former
Christie Backs Okla. Aid, Blunting Talk of Payback
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, whose own state was beset first by a major
Palin: Obama is 'Liar or Hugely Incompetent'
President Barack Obama has been derelict in his duty when it comes to the
Emanuel Under Fire as Chicago Votes to Close 50 Schools
Critics are blasting Chicago Mayor and former Obama chief of staff Rahm Emanuel, after the city's Board of Education voted to close 50 schools, the largest such such mass closing in U.S. history.
Officials: All Accounted for After Okla. Tornado
Public Interest Law Chief: New Safeguards Needed to Protect Media
Army Sergeant Accused of Videotaping Female Cadets in Shower
SEC Charges South Miami with Fraud over Debt Deals
Home Prices Surge as Resales Rise Sharply in April
Rep. Forbes: Navy Shipbuilding Plan a 'Fantasy Land'
Forecasters Face Furloughs Despite Saving Hundreds From Tornado
Army Basic Training Commander Accused of Adultery
Students Pressure Colleges to Divest from Fossil Fuel Companies
Oklahoma Tornado Damage Estimate Tops $2 Billion
Former Miss America Considers Running Against McConnell
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell could find himself facing off against a former Miss America in his bid for re-election next year.
Trump Says 'Highly Unlikely' He'll Run for President
Gov. Walker Courts Iowans, Stoking 2016 Talk
David Koch Headlining Fundraiser for Cuccinelli
Ted Cruz: 'I Don't Trust the Republicans or Democrats'
Donald Trump Draws Record-Breaking Crowd for Michigan Speech
Bill Kristol: Rubio 'Should Walk Away' From Immigration Bill
Peace Debate Exposes Deep Rifts in Israeli Government Coalition
Israel's coalition government led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has presented a divided front on Palestinian statehood as Secretary of State John Kerry prepared a new mission to revive long-defunct peace talks.
Israeli Official: Iran Could Produce Dozens of Nukes A Year
Pope Criticizes 'Savage Capitalism' on Visit to Food Kitchen
Saudis Say They've Broken Up Iranian Spy Ring
Vatican Watchdog Report: Efforts Boosted to End Money Laundering
Stockholm Experiences Third Night of Rare Racial Riots
NKorea Sends Top Official to China to Fix Relations With Key Ally
Minutes: Fed Weighed Slowing Its Pace of Bond Purchases
Several Federal Reserve policymakers this month favored slowing the Fed's efforts to maintain record-low long-term interest rates as early as June — if the economy showed strong and sustained growth. But those officials appeared at odds over what evidence would demonstrate such gains.
Pimco's Gross: Fed Likely to Curb QE in September
Wall Street Falters in Volatile Session on Fed Worries
Detroit 'Crushing' Debt Among First Overhauls for City, Orr Says
GE's Immelt Weighs IPO for Portions of Shrinking Finance Unit
Vitamin C Kills Bacteria Drugs Can’t: Study
A groundbreaking new study showing that vitamin C can kill drug-resistant tuberculosis could pave the way for the nutrient to go into widespread use as an effective defense against many diseases, says a top holistic physician. Vitamin C fell out of favor when antibiotics...
Obesity is Mostly Genetic: Study
Natural Supplement Fights Parkinson’s, Researchers Find
Immune-Based Cancer Drugs Are Wave of Future
Mystery Illness Kills 2 in Alabama
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Shakespeare's Sonnets Come to Life in New App
A new app launched on Monday aims to bring William Shakespeare's sonnets to the masses with the help of short films starring stage actors performing them in front of New York landmarks. The Sonnet Project is a free app for the iPhone and iPad that showcases the bard's...
NASA Funds Research for 3D Food Printer
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