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Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., introduced the bill.

Senators Want to Make Sure Federal 'Tax Cheats' Don't Get Bonuses

Bipartisan group reintroduces a bill to prohibit tax delinquent and misbehaving IRS employees from receiving performance awards.

Rep. Hal Rogers, R-Ky., chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, hopes the deal will provide agencies with more stability.

Budget Deal Passes, but Shutdown Threat Still Looms

Lawmakers are hopeful new fiscal stability can help ‘rein in government overreach.’

Senate Approves Budget Deal That Spares Federal Pay and Benefits

The two-year agreement passed early Friday morning despite objections of Cruz, Paul.

Play of the Day: The GOP Candidates' Actual Weaknesses

Late-night shows wrap up Wednesday's festivities.

Paul Ryan and John Boehner embrace after Ryan's election Thursday.

Ryan Is Elected Speaker, Vows to Fix “Broken” House

All but nine Republicans ended up voting for the party’s new leader.

Outgoing House Speaker John Boehner addresses the chamber on Thursday.

Almost Nobody's Happy Even Though the House Acted on Budget Deal

A flurry of legislative activity marked John Boehner’s last week, but did anything really get resolved?

Play of the Day: Donald Trump Resembles Both Mr. Met and the Golden Calf

He may not be leading in every poll anymore, but he's definitely late-night comedy's favorite candidate.

House Approves Budget Bill, Giving Boehner a Last Victory

Move takes some divisive fights off the table for Boehner's successor.

Republicans Nominate Paul Ryan for Speaker

After weeks of unrest the House GOP has selected its next leader. A floor vote is set for Thursday.

IRS chief John Koskinen testifies on Capitol Hill over the summer.

Administration Stands Behind IRS Chief Amid Calls for His Impeachment

House GOP resolution says Koskinen “violated the public trust.”