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The meme-ification of the GOP
White House counsel Kathryn Ruemmler.
Philip Rucker and Juliet Eilperin
The counsel’s office wanted to ensure that the president could not be accused of meddling in an ongoing investigation.
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In Moore, Okla., residents, officials and volunteer workers come to grips with the aftermath of the EF-5 level tornado that levelled hundreds of homes in the town.
Dan Balz and Jon Cohen
Poll: most back immigration reform, call Senate gun vote “wrong,” making complex calculus for GOP lawmakers
Scott Clement and Sean Sullivan
Voting against background checks could have political consequences.
The vote split along party lines but moved the confirmation process to the full Senate.
A GOP lawmaker cited Harry Reid’s false claim that Mitt Romney paid no taxes at the IRS hearing. He asked how Reid “obtained” his information.
Carol Morello and Melissa Bell
As cleanup began after Monday’s tornado, volunteers prepared the cemetery for victims’ burials.
Karen DeYoung and Peter Finn
Attorney General Eric Holder informs Congress of deaths one day before major speech by President Obama.
It’s all a matter of perspective inside the Beltway.
Religiously devout business owners says mandate in health-care law violates their faith.
Feds who take the Fifth Amendment about the public’s business undermine the public’s confidence.
Ed O’Keefe and William Branigin
Lois Lerner declared that she did nothing wrong but would follow her lawyer’s advice not to testify.
The New York City mayoral candidate says in an interview that he has not spoken with the House Democratic leader since he resigned from Congress.
Obama’s press secretary had angered reporters when he changed his story about the IRS controversy.
Amendment to add protections for same-sex couples was withdrawn to preserve GOP support.
Ann E. Marimow
Leak-investigation documents related to Fox reporter James Rosen were erroneously kept under seal.
Whether Lois Lerner waived her right to the Fifth Amendment with her opening statement is subject to debate.
Obama’s billionaire commerce chief nominee, Penny Pritzker, understated her income... by quite a lot.
The opinion involves the collection of communications under the revised Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
When a federal employee refuses to answer questions about the public's business, it clashes with the public's expectations.
Maybe it was a birthday resolution. Or perhaps a survival strategy.
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel on Wednesday directed that the Pentagon develop-- via competitive bid --new healthcare management software that would better integrate military health care records with the Department of Veterans Affairs.
A young girl describes her experience waiting out the twister that swept a destructive path through Moore, Okla.
Sen. Marco Rubio knocks the idea of making key lime pie the nation’s official confection.
People want to help in Moore, Okla. Corporations do, too.
Douglas Shulman offered a couched apology for the targeting of conservative groups.
Obama reflected on the importance of preserving and sharing the stories of the enslaved people who once lived there.
Is the Senate's finger on the button? Not really.
Some former Cabinet officials get official portraits done in lightning time, while others may take years.
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