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Not since the days of the Nixon administration has this country seen such government malfeasance as under President Obama.
Under siege from a series of scandals, the White House urged Americans on Wednesday not to lose faith in their government and promised that the IRS would treat taxpayers fairly in the future.
Under siege from a series of scandals, the White House announced the first head to roll in the unfolding IRS scandal and urged Americans not to lose faith in their government.
When the chairman of one of the tea party groups targeted by the IRS for special scrutiny saw the agency's questions, his first thought was that the queries were so outrageous that the Obama administration was engaging in campaign opposition research.
A traditional-marriage organization said Wednesday that it was a victim of political abuse by the Internal Revenue Service and called for a congressional investigation into the matter.
Under growing pressure, the White House on Wednesday released emails that showed the talking points crafted to explain the deadly terrorist attack in Benghazi last year were changed at the behest of a State Department worried about political fallout.
House Speaker John A. Boehner said Wednesday that it'll take more than firings to clear up the IRS scandal — it'll take someone ending up serving jail time.
While the IRS has admitted it made mistakes vetting tea party and other conservative groups seeking tax exempt status, the agency has rejected two of nine recommendations that a government watchdog says are needed to ensure the problems don't happen again.
President Obama couldn't escape reminders of the IRS scandal Wednesday even at a ceremony to honor law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.