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Video: McCain jokes to reporters: We'll "subpoena" you if you don't mute your phones
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In a strange reference presumably to news that the Department of Justice secretly subpoenaed two months’ worth of phone records from the Associated Press, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., joked with reporters that “we’re going to subpoena all of you if you don’t go to mute on your phones.”

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Video: Former employee of Cincinnati IRS office speaks out
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Dean Reynolds speaks to Bonnie Esrig, a retired employee of the IRS office that’s accused of political targeting. She says that in her 24 years in the office under two Democratic and two Republican presidents, she never heard anyone say, “The president wants this done.”

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Inside the IRS office that targeted conservative groups
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Employee who worked in IRS Cincinnati office for 24 years says she doesn’t recall any discussion of politics

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Obama describes ‘shift’ in US-Myanmar relations
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Apple Avoids Billions in Taxes: Senate
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A new Senate investigation has found that Apple Inc. has used a complex web of offshore companies – particularly three in Ireland – to avoid paying billions of dollars in U.S. income taxes. Apple executives will visit Capitol Hill on Tuesday to respond to the…     

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WH Chief of Staff Knew About IRS Probe in April
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WASHINGTON — The White House answer to “who knew what and when?” shifted again today as White House Press Secretary Jay Carney told reporters that Chief of Staff Denis McDonough and “other members of the senior staff” knew about the investigation into the IRS’s targeting…     

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DOJ vs. Fox News Reporter James Rosen
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WASHINGTON — In yet another Justice Department leak investigation of journalists, DOJ reportedly seized emails and phone records of Fox News correspondent James Rosen, and even tracked his comings and goings into the State Department by tracking when he scanned his ID at the building’s…     

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