The Internal Revenue Service official who headed the division involved in targeting conservative groups invoked her constitutional right against self-incrimination Wednesday and refused to answer questions from a congressional committee.
Former House Member Anthony Weiner announced his bid for Mayor of New York, in a video released on You Tube Tuesday night. Weiner is trying to make a political comeback, two years after he resigned after posting raunchy pictures on Twitter.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy says he will not offer -- for now -- an amendment to an immigration bill allowing gay Americans to seek green cards for their spouses.
Pressed for more precise details about the memo he was referring to, Paul said he hasn't seen such a policy statement but has heard about it.
One million dollars to resurface roads in and around Belle Glade may have made its way into the state budget without a proper opportunity for public review and debate, the non-profit Florida TaxWatch suggested in its annual TurkeyWatch report.
Karen Handel, the former Susan G. Komen for the Cure executive at the center of last year's public clash with Planned Parenthood, says she'll be running for an open U.S. Senate seat in Georgia.
Allen West will soon be seen offering his political views on network television.
The chairman of the now-defunct South Florida Tea Party said his organization was one of the conservative groups scrutinized by the Internal Revenue Service when it applied for tax-exempt status because of its name.
President Barack Obama says the acting commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service, Steven Miller, has submitted his resignation in the aftermath of an investigation that found the agency improperly targeted conservative groups.