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Chris Christie's opponent is out with a new ad, and it might be a candidate for sneakiest ad of the year.
The simple fact is that whistleblowers, anonymous sources and other leakers are a critical part of holding governments accountable -- no matter which party is in charge.
Deputy U.S. Trade Rep. Miriam Sapiro said to be taking over pending confirmation of pending nominee.
A Customs and Border Protection official announced in an internal memo Friday that the agency had presented the plan to Congress for approval.
In 40 states, the highest paid public employee is a coach.
The former defense secretary opines on most all things.
"Get ready to raise money."
Chris Cillizza and Sean Sullivan
THE FIX | The White House isn't backing down on the IRS or Benghazi. At least not yet.
The Senate will debate its version of the five-year farm bill beginning Monday. The agriculture committees from both chambers of Congress approved their measures last week.
FACT CHECKER | As more information is disclosed, the factual gaps in Lois Lerner’s statements become clearer.
E.J. Dionne Jr.
Political dysfunction has alienated citizens.
The White House wants to make sure targeting of groups doesn’t happen again, regardless of probe, aide says.
The White House senior adviser appeared on all five news shows.
He did it to win election. Can he do it again?
Al Sharpton, Dana Milbank and Sam Adams.
The president said he would make government smarter, but current controversies say otherwise.
We don't know for sure yet, but it's quite possible that nobody will ever be convicted of breaking the law in the IRS scandal.
The Newark mayor gave more than $600,000 of the $1.3 million he earned to charity.
Choosing the worst of the worst
A committee hearing on the IRS scandal provides an exercise in semantics.
Streamlined federal job appointments process showing results.
Oh what a tangled web we weave.
Sarah Palin weighs in. Does she remember Lancaster, Pa.?
GOP won’t shift the focus to policy from scandals.
The fact is, while the quantity and proximity of the controversies has made this week stunningly bad for the White House, each of them individually remain somewhat in-the-weeds to casual followers of politics.
Clinton and everyone after.
The Florida Republican has railed against the Obama administration as hard as just about anybody this week.
"We've just got to do the best we can with what we have."
FACT CHECKER | Attorney General Eric Holder said a U.S. attorney made his own decision not to pursue a criminal prosecution of Holder. But he got that wrong.
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