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Alexander Abad-Santos

Oversight

Republicans Love Darrell Issa as Much as They Love the IRS (Not Much)

After 10 months, Republicans have tired of investigating the IRS on the charge that the agency was unfairly targeting Tea Party organizations.

Oversight

Dennis Rodman Might Have Broken International Sanctions

Former basketball star is under investigation for gifts given to Kim Jong-Un.

Tech

Beyonce Draws Fire for Song Sampling Challenger Disaster Audio

Astronaut families say pop singer's use of NASA transmission from tragedy is inappropriate.

Management

George Bush Shows Hillary Clinton His Paintings on Air Force One

It was one of those rare times that a president, two former presidents and a former first lady/former secretary of State shared the same plane.

Defense

Gigantic Cargo Plane Mistakes Tiny Airport for Air Force Base

Pilots meant to land at McConnell Air Force Base in Kansas; will have trouble taking off again.

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Defense

Cemetery Won't Let Soldier Have a SpongeBob Gravestone

Owner says design doesn't fit within the cemetery's guidelines.

Oversight

Against the Dollar Coin

The COINS Act aims to save the government money by replacing dollar bills with dollar coins.

Management

Your Guide to Being Funny at the Office

Your guide to being a successful office jokester.

Tech

If You Don't Want the Government to Spy on You, Move to Montana

The state passed a law that requires the government to obtain a probable cause warrant before spying on citizens through a cell phone or laptop.

Oversight

You Are Going to Pay $100 Million for Obama's Trip to Africa

Vacation will require a Navy aircraft carrier, fighter jets, military cargo planes, three truck-loads of bulletproof glass, limos and security.

Management

Ambassador's Prostitute Excuse Won't Help State's Coverup Case

The ambassador is calling his prostitution allegations "baseless" because... he lives in "a beautiful park in Brussels."

Defense

Surviving Suspect in Boston Bombing Is Walking, Talking and Claiming He's Innocent

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's mother claims her son is 'being driven crazy by the unfairness that happened to us.'

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Defense

Why Did the FBI Kill Tamerlan Tsarnaev's Accomplice-to-Be if He Was Unarmed?

27-year-old man likely had key information on the Boston bombing suspect.

Defense

Benghazi Whistleblowers Set to Testify on Capitol Hill

One will claim Hillary Clinton willfully blocked State counterterrorism bureau's involvement on night of attacks.

Defense

America's Allies Are Pushing Obama to a Red Line on Syrian Chemical Weapons

Israeli, British and French intelligence official all believe that the Assad regime has used lethal chemical weapons against the Syrian rebels.

Oversight

Sasha and Malia's Spring Break Will Not Ruin the Republic

Presidents pay for their vacations, taxpayers pay for security.