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Former Internal Revenue Service official Lois Lerner

Former IRS Official Reportedly Wanted to Audit a U.S. Senator

The Lois Lerner saga has bubbled back up to the surface again.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton: I Am Not Mitt Romney. And Voters Know That.

In a new interview, the former secretary of State said any comparison to the former presidential candidate is a 'false equivalency.'

The I-75 in Dayton, Ohio undergoes repairs.

As Highway Fund Drains, Are We on the Road to Ruin, or Not?

Some in Congress say a crisis is looming this summer with thousands of construction jobs threatened, yet recess will begin as scheduled Thursday.

Supreme Court Limits President Obama's Appointment Powers

Pro forma Senate sessions can't be ignored, high court rules.

OMB Identifies More Reports No One Reads

Examples include a summary of Dog and Cat Fur Protection Act violations.

Play of the Day: The Obama Conspiracies, Immigrant Children Edition

Who is to blame for the flood of kids crossing the border?

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers, R-Mich.

Mike Rogers: Lawmakers Should Spend More Time in D.C.

Outgoing congressman says more district time, less committee work, diminishes expertise on important concerns.

Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del.

IT Reform Finally Heads to Full Senate

Amended FITARA bill advances to full chamber.

Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan

Senate Panel Approves OMB Director Nomination

HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan’s nomination to head the management and budget office now heads to the Senate floor.

Republican Senator Thad Cochran

Promises of Federal Spending Help Thad Cochran's Surprise Rebound Against Tea Party

Some voters appeared swayed by Cochran's pledges to continue delivering federal money to the mostly poor, rural state of Mississippi.