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An explainer of what the law does -- and why so many people have been accused of violating it lately.

The Court decision dealt with three of over 1,200 such positions.

In short: Blame the IT department.

John Podesta's return to the White House ensures a robust environmental policy for Obama's second term

Americans remain largely unsure about the impact of the across-the-board cuts, a new poll shows.

Sometimes too much of a good thing isn't wonderful.

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  • Jun 3, 2013
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“The Attorney General has to ask himself the question, ‘Is he really able to effectively serve the president of the United States and the American people under the present circumstances?’ That’s a decision he’d have to make,” said Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.).

We know a lot more than we did a week and a half ago. But there are still a great many unanswered questions.

A House committee hearing on the IRS scandal provides an exercise in semantics.

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