How the Obama Administration created the Benghazi talking points
No one doubted a demonstration, the CIA made the big changes, and Susan Rice got hosed
To judge from this week’s developments, we’re still accelerating in the direction set by George W. Bush after 9/11 towards a retrenchment of White House power and secrecy, and new limits on the media.
Agency targeted tea party groups improperly and asked inappropriate questions, audit finds.
The question is, how was this different from previous government attempts to track down inside sources who leaked secrets–as in the Valerie Plame/Scooter Libby fracas during the Bush Administration?
Republicans attack Obama for policies that have a familiar ring.
Obama’s remarks were an attempt to knock the issue off the front page and back to the fringe. Instead his approach may add fuel to the fire
Newly leaked documents about the government’s response to the Benghazi attacks raise more questions than they answer.
Republicans said Sunday that the Internal Revenue Service’s heightened scrutiny of conservative political groups was “chilling” and further eroded public trust in government
Congressional Republicans vow an investigation into “thuggish” focus on conservative political groups.
A strange Twitter kerfuffle on a slow news day reveals the perils of the new-media landscape for politicians
Instead of a news cycle or two of pundits chewing over whether it’s fair game for the most powerful Republican in the U.S. to attack a would-be opponent for suffering from depression, the story has become a scandal about a …
Senator Mitch McConnell wishes to know how “Mother Jones” obtained an audio recording of a private meeting where aides ripped potential opponent Ashley Judd