President Obama told graduates of Morehouse College Sunday to take the power of their example — as black men graduating from college — and use it to improve people's lives.
Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, says recent controversies over the IRS, Benghazi, and the seizure of Associated Press phone records amount to a "trend line" pointing to a "culture of cover-ups and intimidation" at the White House.
Associated Press CEO Gary Pruitt called the Justice Department's seizure of some AP telephone records "unconstitutional," saying "I really don't know what their motive was, I know what the message they are sending was — if you talk to the press we are going to go after you."
White House senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer defends administration's handling of recent controversies, says "partisan fishing expeditions" won't distract the White House from pushing President Obama's policy agenda.
After meeting with President Obama and military leaders about sexual assault in the military, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said he is committed to fixing the issue.
During a commencement address at Bowie State University on Friday, first lady Michelle Obama urged the graduates of the historically black university to "please stand up and reject the slander that says a black child with a book is trying to act white.”
President Barack Obama left behind scandal-focused Washington on Friday to focus on the country's slowly improving jobs picture. Obama stopped at an elementary school that provides early childhood education.
Former acting IRS comissioner Steven Miller said that he believes the IRS’s targeting of conservative groups was “absolutely not illegal” but he did acknowledge that it was inappropriate.
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Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration J. Russell George testified Friday on his office’s investigation into the IRS probe into conservative groups.
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