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.
The U.S. economy shrank in the first quarter at the fastest pace in five years, data this week may show.
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.
A special prosecutor should probe the loss of Internal Revenue Service e-mails that may contain facts about its scrutiny of Tea Party groups seeking tax-exempt status, the House Ways and Means Committee chairman said.
You might have figured out by now that we haven’t exactly caught the soccer thing yet, but we know sports a little bit.
"I have a long career; that's the first time anybody has said they do not believe me."
- John Koskinen on Jun 20, 2014