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Ways and Means Moves 12 IRS Reform Bills, Many With Technology Focus

Acting commissioner notes decline in identity theft, but seeks new funding.

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt speaks at a news conference in April.

EPA Violated Multiple Laws in Securing Scott Pruitt's Privacy Booth, GAO Finds

Employees face the possibility of suspension without pay or firing, and may be subject to fines, imprisonment or both.

Damascus skies erupt with surface to air missile fire as the U.S. launches an attack on Syria targeting different parts of the Syrian capital Damascus, Syria, early Saturday, April 14.

Lawmakers Ask: Where’s the Broader Syria Strategy?

No surprise that Democrats questioned Friday’s retaliatory strike, but even a few GOP defense hawks wondered aloud.

Play of the Day: Comey And Trump Are Back At It

The fired FBI chief's book is coming out, so the president is back on the offensive.

Then-acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe attends a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing last May.

Justice Watchdog Finds Fired FBI Leader McCabe 'Lacked Candor'

Attorney general’s grounds for dismissal of former No. 2 at the bureau confirmed.

Play of the Day: A New EPA Challenge Coin Design

Scott Pruitt wants an agency symbol to more reflect his values.

Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., said: “We anticipate OIRA to be forward-leaning.”

Treasury and White House Regulatory Chief Agree to Vet IRS Rules

Neomi Rao promises to avoid delaying implementation of new tax law.

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt remains under fire for allegedly wasting taxpayer money.

Hill Investigators Uncover New 'Unethical and Potentially Illegal' Allegations Against Pruitt

Former EPA staffer details accusations of wasteful spending and retaliation at the agency.

Play of the Day: Paul Ryan Wants To Spend More Time With His Family

After he achieved his dream of tax cuts, Ryan will not seek reelection.