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
Don’t worry about Fisker’s failures. Overall, clean-energy subsidies are working fine
I may have swung a bit too hard, putting Barack Obama’s Administration in the same league as Franklin Roosevelt’s and Richard Nixon’s when it comes to the Internal Revenue Service. The situation remains a major embarrassment, though.
In the news: IRS, China, Heritage Foundation, Pakistan’s election, David Cameron, and Seth Myers
Newly leaked documents about the government’s response to the Benghazi attacks raise more questions than they answer.
The Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of conservative groups is outrageous. Those who did this should be fired immediately. That’s obvious.
Seems to me that Andrew Sullivan has nailed the import of the latest email revelations. But there is one point to note for future reference.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney fended off a barrage of questions on Friday afternoon over the Obama administration’s public statements in response to last year’s Benghazi attack.
Congressional Republicans vow an investigation into “thuggish” focus on conservative political groups.
The White House announced Friday that there have been over 100,000 downloads of its Medicare hospital charge data in the first 24 hours of availability.
Supporters already are celebrating the Minnesota House’s passage of a measure to legalize gay marriage, but there are a few more steps before it gets to Gov. Mark Dayton’s desk.
TIME’s Michael Crowley joined Morning Joe to talk about the attack last September that continues to dominate conversation in Washington D.C.