House Panel Passes Bill Banning IRS From Using Private EmailIRS workers would be prohibited from using private email to conduct official business under a bipartisan bill passed Wednesday by the House Ways and Means Committee.
Senator: Keep 'House of Cards' Filming in MarylandSen. Edward Kasemeyer says Maryland should look to the film industry for jobs it has lost in manufacturing.
Medicare Chief Apologizes For Obamacare Woes, Refuses Release Of Enrollment Numbers"I want to apologize to you that the website has not worked as well as it should," Medicare chief Marilyn Tavenner said as she began her testimony before the House Ways and Means Committee. It was the most direct mea culpa yet from a top administration official.
Rangel: Tea Party Republicans Negotiating 'The Same Way They Fought As Confederates'“This isn’t a question of the House and Senate differing. This is not even a question of Republicans and Democrats differing. This is all about a handful of people who got elected as Republicans that want to bring down our government,” said Rangel.
GOP Report: IRS Scrutiny Worse For Conservative Groups Than LiberalsHouse Republican investigators say Internal Revenue Service agents treated conservative groups worse than liberal ones when they applied for tax-exempt status.
AP: IRS Targeted Groups With Terms Including 'Israel,' 'Healthcare Legislation'The Internal Revenue Service's screening of groups seeking tax-exempt status was broader and lasted longer than has been previously disclosed, the new head of the agency acknowledged Monday.
Ousted IRS Head: 'I Did Not Mislead Congress Or The American People'The chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee says the Internal Revenue Service's improper targeting of Tea Party and conservative groups seems to be part of a culture of cover-ups and political intimidation by the Obama administration.
Judges Sue Social Security Over Case 'Quotas' Judges struggling to handle a surge of disability cases sometimes award benefits they might otherwise deny in order to clear cases faster so they can meet quotas imposed by the Social Security Administration, according to a lawsuit filed by the union representing the agency's administrative law judges.