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Chief of Staff Denis McDonough and other White House officials learned about the IRS investigation last month but they did not inform President Obama, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said Monday.
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Recent bias attacks are stirring up anxiety, disbelief and outrage in a famously gay-friendly neighborhood.
In the Loop: The Park Service takes a novel approach to keeping America beautiful.
With an eye to 2014, the Susan B. Anthony List plans a ‘massive investment’ during governor’s race.
Town of Greece, N.Y., almost exclusively recruited Christian chaplains to deliver remarks.
House hearing may reveal more information about who is to blame.
Once a refined instructor in Tupelo, Miss., J. Everett Dutschke turned disturbingly irascible and is now accused of sending poison-laced letters. What caused the switch?
Amendments are related to Boston bombings, establishing new biometric system.
The possible 2016 presidential candidate is carving out a big presence in the early presidential nominating states.
President praises the country’s reforms but notes that much remains to be done to achieve democracy.
Michael E. Horowitz says the former U.S. attorney retaliated against a whistleblower in “Fast and Furious.”
Chris Christie's opponent is out with a new ad, and it might be a candidate for sneakiest ad of the year.
Ann E. Marimow
Fox News “outraged” by DOJ suggestion that reporter was potentially criminally liable
The simple fact is that whistleblowers, anonymous sources and other leakers are a critical part of holding governments accountable -- no matter which party is in charge.
A nominating convention helped put Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli on the gubernatorial ballot. It might also sink his chance to win.
Deputy U.S. Trade Rep. Miriam Sapiro said to be taking over pending confirmation of pending nominee.
A Customs and Border Protection official announced in an internal memo Friday that the agency had presented the plan to Congress for approval.
The Supreme Court said Monday it will hear a new case on the intersection of religion and government in a dispute over prayers used to open public meetings.
In 40 states, the highest paid public employee is a coach.
The former defense secretary opines on most all things.
Obama's environmentalist backers are losing patience with his lack of action on climate change.
The story of how a Democratic warrior became a Bloomberg acolyte.
Can Congress productively legislate and conduct oversight investigations of a sitting president at the same time? This week will be the test.
"Get ready to raise money."
Chris Cillizza and Sean Sullivan
The White House isn't backing down on the IRS or Benghazi. At least not yet.
The Senate will debate its version of the five-year farm bill beginning Monday. The agriculture committees from both chambers of Congress approved their measures last week.
As more information is disclosed, the factual gaps in Lois Lerner’s statements become clearer.
Zachary A. Goldfarb and Kimberly Kindy
How a 2010 move to single out one type of political group by IRS officials in Ohio triggered a deluge that engulfed the Obama administration three years later.
A reporter’s movements at State were tracked and private e-mails obtained after a 2009 story, documents show.
They still support Clinton, but Wolfson, Tanden, Penn and Solis Doyle have forged their own paths.
The White House wants to make sure targeting of groups doesn’t happen again, regardless of probe, aide says.
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