The IRS has discovered more than 1 million Americans whose Social Security numbers were stolen by illegal immigrants, but officials never bothered to tell the taxpayers themselves, the agency’s inspector general said in a withering new report released Tuesday.
The IRS is still holding up three tea party groups’ applications, Commissioner John Koskinen admitted in a letter to Congress last week — but he insisted he agents are finally about to begin processing them.
The government paid out more than $1.7 million in benefits to Americans who’d died years ago, and who the feds’ chief personnel office knew were dead — but forgot to tell the Social Security Administration.
The Obama administration acknowledged Monday that the FBI found at least 14,900 more email messages former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton never turned over to the government, and officials are facing intense pressure to release them ahead of November’s election.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump demanded a special prosecutor investigate Hillary Clinton’s actions at the State Department after emails made public Monday showed the former secretary’s top aides being begged to do special favors for the Clinton Foundation.
Hillary Clinton will have to give testimony about her secret email server and account, but it will be in writing rather than in person, a federal judge ruled Friday, delivering a partial victory to the Democratic presidential candidate.
Under pressure from the federal courts, the IRS did an abrupt about-face this week and said it will finally begin processing some of the tea party applications it has blocked for years — but the agency still refuses to say what the new process will be.
An email exchange between a Washington state deputy attorney general and a University of Washington administrator suggests that the state Attorney General’s Office did not review critical documents before it exonerated Planned Parenthood in an investigation of fetal tissue procurement last year.
Top House Republicans say Hillary Clinton appears to have lied to Congress, laying out a case that they said could sustain perjury charges against the Democratic presidential nominee.
The FBI plans to hand over to Congress notes taken during its interview with Hillary Clinton over her exclusive use of a private email server to handle classified documents.