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Audit Urges End of IRS's Employee Tuition Plan: Administrative Costs Said to Be 'Far Too High' (Post, April 22, 2005)

Underreporting Fuels Tax Shortfall: $300 Billion a Year Goes Unpaid (Post, March 30, 2005)

A Major T. Rex Breakthrough: Broken Bone Leads to Discovery of Soft Tissues (Post, March 25, 2005)

Rep. Portman Named Next U.S. Trade Representative (Post, March 18, 2005)

Probe of Abramoff and Nonprofits' Money Opens: Senate Finance Committee Seeks Records on Trips by Reps. DeLay and Ney, Donations to Indian Tribes (Post, March 17, 2005)

Social (Bzzzt!) Ow! (Bzzt!) Security! (Post, March 17, 2005)

Don't Stop Him Even If You've Heard This One: With a Wink and a Nudge, President Bush Is Turning Into a Stand-Up Kind of Guy (Post, March 14, 2005)

U.S.-Canada Relations Seen Growing Chilly: Ottawa Perceives Snubs by Washington (Post, March 4, 2005)

Orvis Angling to Sell Luxurious Log Homes (Post, March 3, 2005)

Tribal Grant Is Being Questioned: Senator Who Had Dealings With Lobbyist Abramoff Pushed for Award (Post, March 1, 2005)

Wild Horses Run Risk of Slaughter: Advocates Rally to Revive Ban (Post, Feb. 28, 2005)

A Detail Guy With a Broad Perspective: Frist Chief of Staff Finesses the Rules (Post, Feb. 28, 2005)

In a Calmer Fallujah, Marines Still Feel the Insurgents' Pulse: Officers Say Civilian Cooperation Is Essential to Keeping Peace (Post, Feb. 16, 2005)

Indictment Gives Grace More Fiscal Uncertainty: Chapter 11 Exit Plan Clouded; Stock Falls (Post, Feb. 9, 2005)

Prosperity Turned to Poison in Mining Town (Post, Feb. 8, 2005)

Md. Firm Accused Of Asbestos Coverup: Contamination Scars Montana Town (Post, Feb. 8, 2005)

Tax Panel Offers Ideas To Raise Revenue: Study Proposes Limiting Shelters, Other Breaks (Post, Jan. 28, 2005)

W.R. Grace Losses Pile Up: Pretax Charge for Asbestos Cases Key to Reorganization (Post, Jan. 26, 2005)

A Year After Legislation, Spam Still Widespread: Technology Seen as Best Deterrent (Post, Jan. 4, 2005)

Senators Vow to End Tax Break on Easements: Wealthy Homeowners Have Taken Advantage (Post, Dec. 18, 2004)


From OnPolitics
Rehberg Edges Keenan in Montana House Race (Congressional Quarterly, Nov. 8, 2000; 6:00 AM)

Burns Returns to Senate for Third Term (Congressional Quarterly, Nov. 8, 2000; 11:35 AM)

GOP Continues Hold on Montana Governorship (Congressional Quarterly, Nov. 8, 2000; 9:38 AM)

In Mont. Governor's Race, Its the Economy (Congressional Quarterly, Nov. 1, 2000; 8:29 PM)

Attack Ads Turn Mont. House Race 'Ugly' (Congressional Quarterly, Oct. 31, 2000; 8:01 PM)

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