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Emails indicate IRS' Lerner illegally sent conservative groups' confidential tax information to FEC

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‘A disturbing window into the activities of two out-of-control federal agencies: the IRS and FEC’

Ben Carson explains his post-National Prayer Breakfast IRS visit

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‘They wanted to investigate some property, some investment property that I had’

Gohmert: Defund IRS, slap Lois Lerner with criminal penalties

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GOP congressman decries executive branch’s ‘weaponizing federal agencies against its political opponents’

Malik Obama maintained close relationship with Libyan dictator Muammar Gadhafi for decades

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Supported the late dictator during terrorist heyday and after his killing by U.S.-backed jihadists

Make IRS targeting a fireable offense, says GOP congressman

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‘Americans are rightly upset no one has been fired by the IRS for the admitted targeting of political groups by employees at the agency’

Treasury still stonewalling on cost of swanky IRS parties

This video image from an Internal Revenue Service video shows commissioner of the IRS's Small Business and Self-Employed Division Faris Fink portraying Mr. Spock a scene from a video parodying the TV show "Star Trek" that was made for a 2010 IRS training and leadership conference. The agency says the video, filmed at an agency studio in Maryland, along with a training video that parodied the TV show "Gilligan's Island," cost about $60,000. The "Star Trek" video accounted for most of the money. The IRS on Friday, March 22, 2013 said it was a mistake for employees to make the six-minute video. (AP Photo/IRS)

Sen. Tom Coburn derides ‘dog ate my homework’ excuses for hiding massive luxury costs

'The largest Tea Party protest since 2010 is tomorrow'

Tea party activists demonstrate before marching on May 21, 2013, in Cincinnati. AP.

Conservative activists storming Capitol Hill on Wednesday over IRS scandal

Poll: More Americans think White House ordered IRS targeting

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51 percent of Americans say the issue is 'very important' to the nation

O'Reilly, Carville battle over whether Obama troubles merit 'scandal' status

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‘There is a difference between bad policy and scandal’

Carter Hull, who oversaw tea party targeting, quitting IRS and Facebook

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IRS lawyer who oversaw targeting of conservative nonprofits will retire this summer

Conservatives want former Obama aide to testify on IRS

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'A political hack meeting regularly with the head of the IRS to discuss the policy of Obamacare?'

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People named Lindsey shouldn’t go through phones, the IRS is telling our parents conspiracy theories and respect those who stand up to hecklers

IRS head Danny Werfel: I don't know, I just got here

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'I don't think I have the right staff here to answer that particular question.'

IRS employees: Washington IRS official Carter Hull oversaw targeting of conservative groups

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‘I had no autonomy or no authority to act on applications without Carter Hull’s influence or input’

IRS also lied about costs of conferences, Coburn letter indicates

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In May 2012 report, Treasury claimed it had only spent $500,000 on conferences

Separate from Shulman, IRS official Sarah Hall Ingram recorded 165 White House visits

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Former head of division that targeted conservatives left to head Obamacare implementation

MSNBC's Martin Bashir: 'IRS' is the new 'n***er'

‘Three letters that sound so innocent, but we know what you mean’

House committee searches for Spock's brain

This video image from an Internal Revenue Service video shows commissioner of the IRS's Small Business and Self-Employed Division Faris Fink portraying Mr. Spock a scene from a video parodying the TV show "Star Trek" that was made for a 2010 IRS training and leadership conference. The agency says the video, filmed at an agency studio in Maryland, along with a training video that parodied the TV show "Gilligan's Island," cost about $60,000. The "Star Trek" video accounted for most of the money. The IRS on Friday, March 22, 2013 said it was a mistake for employees to make the six-minute video. (AP Photo/IRS)

Oversight Committee attempts to meld minds with Faris Fink, commissioner at center of wasteful IRS conference scandal

Shulman met with Werfel two days before IRS resumed improper targeting

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New IRS chief met with old leadership two days before targeting was reimplemented

IRS spent $49 million on conferences in three years

This video image from an Internal Revenue Service video shows commissioner of the IRS's Small Business and Self-Employed Division Faris Fink portraying Mr. Spock a scene from a video parodying the TV show "Star Trek" that was made for a 2010 IRS training and leadership conference. The agency says the video, filmed at an agency studio in Maryland, along with a training video that parodied the TV show "Gilligan's Island," cost about $60,000. The "Star Trek" video accounted for most of the money. The IRS on Friday, March 22, 2013 said it was a mistake for employees to make the six-minute video. (AP Photo/IRS)

Costs included video parodies, portraits of famous people, gift bags and swanky locations