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Topic - Tom Reed
Republicans investigating the IRS targeting scandal said Wednesday that the agency continued to conduct secret surveillance on tea party groups even after approving them for tax-exempt status.
A request under the Freedom of Information Act for a list of public property recorded as lost, missing and stolen across Virginia state agencies turned up roughly $8 million in taxpayer-funded fixed assets.
After finding $65 billion in new spending cuts Wednesday, House Republican leaders braced for a floor showdown Thursday on their bill to raise the government's borrowing limit by $900 billion while cutting even more than that from future spending.
Millions of jobless Americans could see unemployment benefits run out in coming weeks after an effort to extend them failed in the House on Thursday.
The meanest words you can throw at two-term New York Rep. Michael Arcuri are that he has gone Washington.
Rep. Tom Reed, New York Republican, said Ms. Lerner has few friends left on Capitol Hill and prodded Mr. Werfel for answers about her emails, which some Republicans say show clear bias against tea party groups that sought tax-exempt status.
"We are confident that the items in question were properly accounted for in accordance with existing university and Commonwealth of Virginia policies and practices," Mr. Reed wrote in an emailed statement.