The White House was less concerned with the massacres than with their effectiveness, or with countering the bad publicity. By Greg Grandin.
WASHINGTON -- Kentucky's two senators, Republicans Rand Paul and Mitch McConnell, have been working to include a provision that would legalize industrial hemp into the farm bill, according to Senate and Kentucky sources, an effort that is likely to result
A top IRS official in the division that reviews nonprofit groups will invoke the 5th Amendment and refuse to answer questions before a House committee.
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If a woman in Virginia has a miscarriage without a doctor present, they must report it within 24 hours to the police or risk going to jail for a full year. At least, that’s what would have happened if a bill introduced by Virginia state Sen. Mar
Black turnout exceeded white turnout in 2012, and Republicans seem to be in denial, says Michael Tomasky.
Senior White House staff knew of the ongoing investigation into the IRS's targeting of conservative groups ahead of the release of a report from a Treasury Department inspector general, White House press secretary Jay Carney said Monday, but held off on i
Daily Kos: "If Jonathan Karl doesn't like being called a hack, then he should stop being a hack" EPIC takedown www.dailykos.com
Today's brutal takedown of career hack Jonathan Karl by Charles P. Pierce over at Esquire.com is a must read.
Tax Administration has created quite a stir. a lengthy series of hearings.
The dust has settled on the inaccurate email summaries that were passed off as real emails by ABC News' Jonathan Karl and CBS News' Sharyl Attkisson, and the result is that both news organizations have issued a pass for this basic journalistic breach. Jon
Thousand march in New York's Greenwich Village to honour the memory of "gay angel Mark Carson".
During last week's first-of-many hearing into the IRS scandal, one subplot emerged: Conservatives presented anecdotes to argue that the IRS didn't just target Tea Party groups seeking tax exempt status but a broader swath of conservative individuals and o
Things started brewing more than a week ago when Internal Revenue Service officials in Washington first admitted conservative groups were targeted for extra scrutiny by tax bureaucrats in Ohio's Queen City.