A central character in the 14-month dispute in Congress over the U.S. Internal Revenue Service’s scrutiny of Tea Party groups is a computer hard drive.
U.S. lawmakers argued late into the night and again today over a computer drive that crashed in 2011, taking the controversy surrounding the Internal Revenue Service to a new level of acrimony.
AT&T Inc. Chief Executive Officer Randall Stephenson told Congress that combining with DirecTV will provide more bargaining power with television programmers that can put “downward pressure” on prices.
Congressional Republicans are demanding answers from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service after the agency lost more than two years of e-mails requested by lawmakers.
"Flouting a federal judge's opinion about our system of checks and balances is yet another attack on our Nation's Constitution by this President."
- Darrell Issa on Jul 16, 2014