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Federal investigators were able to get fraudulent driver's licenses in all three states where they tried, according to a report released Friday that shows continued problems with states' ID programs more than 11 years after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks highlighted the problem.
The Obama administration refuses to give up its backdoor and illegal pursuit to undermine the welfare work requirements.
The automatic spending cuts looming at the first of next year might end up eliminating some waste, but they also will take a giant bite out of the waste-watchers themselves — the auditors whom taxpayers count on to weed out fraud and keep tabs on government money.
A high-tech overhaul to the nation's air traffic control system is mostly on track to completion but has yet to produce the benefits that airlines and passengers were told to expect, federal investigators say.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and Rep. Paul Ryan, his running mate, joined forces Monday in New Hampshire to chastise President Obama for running a negative campaign and to push back against the Democrat's claim that they will raise taxes on middle-class families to help cover the cost of tax cuts for the wealthy.
Now that Republican Mitt Romney has hit the reset button in his run for the White House by selecting Rep. Paul Ryan as his vice presidential running mate, let's start our discussion with a key domestic issue: education.
President Obama and some congressional Democrats are united in their opposition to an increase in the minimum wage.
Let's pick up where we left off Monday, encouraging Congress to go slow with future discussions regarding a new tax — a D.C. commuter tax.
One in every 20 health care providers getting taxpayer money from Medicaid is delinquent on federal taxes, and in some cases the tax cheats are years behind in paying the Internal Revenue Service, according to an audit by congressional investigators.