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Former CIA director David Petraeus.
Scott Wilson and Karen DeYoung
E-mails reveal the former CIA director had ordered detailed talking points that went far beyond a House panel’s request, leading to a bureaucratic fight.
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Black Capitol police officers protest workplace bias while pursuing a 12-year-old lawsuit.
White House officials are only adding to questions about the agency’s targeting of conservative groups.
Legislation providing path to citizenship, expanding visa programs heads to full chamber.
Two former leaders of the agency appeared in a confrontational hearing before a Senate panel.
That IRS thing? The White House employed its “Don’t tell Dad” policy.
The IRS official who first disclosed the agency's improper targeting of conservative groups will invoke her right not to incriminate herself.
The devastation in Moore, Okla. is eerily similar to what happened in Joplin, Mo. two years ago, but the Volunteer House there offers messages of hope and inspiration.
Mary C. Curtis
Our ambivalence, even hostility to both is forgotten when, as in Oklahoma, disaster strikes and we need help.
A slim majority of Americans say President Obama is focusing on things that matter to them personally, while a clear majority say Republicans in Congress are not, a new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows.
David A. Fahrenthold and Paul Kane
A majority of the congressional delegation voted against Hurricane Sandy funds.
FEMA sent personnel including search-and-rescue teams to Oklahoma. Its disaster-relief fund still contains $12 billion.
Former IRS commissioner Douglas Shulman doesn't think he has to apologize for the wrongdoing that occurred at the IRS on his watch.
An Internal Revenue Service review questioned the now-controversial policy a year ago, a House aide says.
We know a lot more than we did a week and a half ago. But there are still a great many unanswered questions.
A report finds lovely destinations like France and Spain were among the tops for travelling lawmakers.
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington filed its lawsuit on Monday in the U.S. District Court for D.C.
Despite dip in job ratings, a new Post-ABC poll finds Clinton remains overwhelmingly popular
Seems President Obama was just about the only one in town who didn’t know of IRS probe.
Former IRS commissioner Douglas Shulman testified before the Senate Finance Committee on the IRS’s inappropriate targeting of certain groups seeking tax-exempt status.
The Oklahoma senator says federal aid for tornado victims is different from the Sandy relief bill he opposed.
About 50 workers began day-long picketing at Reagan building and blocked traffic.
Rachel Weiner and Matt DeLong
Sen. James Inhofe (R) rejected comparisons between federal aid for Oklahoma tornado victims and the Hurricane Sandy relief package he voted against.
President Obama sought to ensure the people of Moore, Okla. on Tuesday that his administration is sending disaster relief aid “right away” to the tornado-devastated area.
The government once again plans to resort to a financial maneuver involving federal employee retirement savings pending an increase in the national debt limit.
The Supreme Court justice cracks an obscure joke.
The president declared a federal disaster on Monday, designating federal funds to help Oklahoma recover from the massive tornado that tore through the state.
Voters in the City of Angels pick their next mayor Tuesday in an election with connections to Bill Clinton, President Obama, and organized labor.
"I wrote this in the car on the way over here."
In a victory for the small-government types, the Park Service is outsourcing trash removal at some local sites — to visitors.
Chris Cillizza and Sean Sullivan
The president who pledged to change Washington is almost certain to come up short on that promise.
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