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Paul Ryan: 'IRS Withheld Information From Congress'
Rep. Paul Ryan said the hearing with ousted Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Steven Miller on the agency’s practice of targeting conservative groups made one thing clear: "The IRS withheld information from Congress.”
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Democrat Crowley: IRS' Lerner Should Be Fired for Lying
Ousted IRS Chief Miller Regrets Treatment of Tea Party
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Bill Donohue: IRS Targeted Catholic League
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Colorado Sheriffs Sue Over State’s New Gun Control Measures
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Rep. Mike Kelly said that Friday s questioning of the ousted head of the
Ex-Tea Party Leader: Members Were 'Flat Scared' at IRS Intrusion
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Obama Seeks to Cut Afghan War Spending by 10 Percent
President Barack Obama on Friday trimmed his funding request for the war
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The agreement between the United States and Russia to hold an international
Rubio: Enforce Human Trafficking Laws Against Diplomats
Sen. Marco Rubio is questioning the State Department's enforcement of human
Pro-Assad Hackers Attack Financial Times
The website and Twitter feed of the Financial Times were hacked on Friday,
WSJ: Obama Should Have Chosen Olson for IRS Chief
President Barack Obama should have selected National Taxpayer Advocate
Obama Names Budget Official Werfel as Acting IRS Head
President Barack Obama named top White House budget office aide Danny
Woodward: Benghazi Scandal Reminds Me of Watergate
Bob Woodward, who helped break the Watergate scandal as a Washington Post
Trains Collide in Connecticut, Nearly 50 People Hurt
Nearly 50 people were injured on Friday when two commuter trains collided during evening rush hour near the Connecticut town of Fairfield, shutting down Amtrak service between New York and Boston indefinitely, police and transit officials said.
Golf Hall of Famer, Broadcaster Ken Venturi Dies
Rep. Ros-Lehtinen: Human Trafficking 'Modern Day Slavery'
Judge: Arizona Can Deny Driver's Licenses to Immigrants
One Dead in U.S. Navy SEAL Training Accident at Fort Knox
New Fracking Rules Under Fire From Both Sides
Edwards Reactivates Law License, Speaking at Event
Obama to Announce Major US Nuclear Force Cuts Soon
Grower Group Asks for No Limit on Foreign Field Workers
House Panel Advances Student Loan Fix
Judge Blocks Arkansas Law Limiting Abortions at 12th Week
Anti-Obamacare Dems in Tightest Election Races
The result of the 37th vote to repeal Obamacare by the Republican-controlled House came as no surprise.The vote was 229 to 195 and the repeal came down on party lines - almost.
David Grossack: Tea Party's Next Mission — Reform Legal System
Allen West to Become Fox News Contributor
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Poll: Young Adults Expect Premiums to Rise Under Obamacare
Ex-Rep. Buerkle Takes to the Airwaves
No Barr to Pridemore Running for Congress
NKorea Fires Three Short-Range Missiles in Possible Drill
North Korea fired three short-range missiles from its east coast on Saturday, South Korea's Defense Ministry said, but the purpose of the launches was unknown.
Hopes Fade for Those Still Trapped in Freeport Indonesia Mine
Dozens Dead in Dual Blasts at Iraqi Sunni Mosque
France's Hollande Signs Gay Marriage Law
Toronto Mayor Disputes Alleged Video of Him Smoking Crack
French Gay Marriage Law Gets Constitutional Approval
Russian Security: US Sought to Recruit Spies Despite Warning
Kudlow: Special Counsel Is Only Way to Clean Up IRS Rat's Nest
An independent special counsel with subpoena power is the only possible solution to the IRS scandal.
Buybacks Are Big Factor Behind Stock Market Boom
Pew Survey Finds Gen Xers Lost Almost Half Their Wealth in Recession
Dow, S&P End at Records in Wall Street's 4th Week of Gains
A Year After IPO, Facebook Aims to be Ad Colossus
7 Secrets to Living to 100 in Good Health
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Meteoroid Impact Triggers Bright Flash on the Moon
An automated telescope monitoring the moon has captured images of an 88-pound rock slamming into the lunar surface, creating a bright flash of light, NASA scientists said on Friday.
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