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A new smoking gun in the IRS scandal?

Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist weighs in on the IRS scandal and a proposed gas tax increase.

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  1. Will the Boston Bombing Derail Immigration Reform?

    Detractors of immigration reform say the Tsarnaev brothers’ legal residence points to huge problems in the U.S. system. But supporters argue this is just a distraction – and that the nation’s entrepreneurs need reform fast.

  2. Top Court to Decide on Deals to Delay Cheaper Drugs

    The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments on Monday over whether big drug companies can settle patent litigation with generic rivals by making deals to keep cheaper...

  3. Controversy Surrounding Obama's Pick for Next Labor Secretary

    WSJ editorial board member Jason Riley on Thomas Perez as next Secretary of Labor.

  4. ‘Too Big to Fail’ Update

    Sen . Chuck Grassley , (R-Iowa), on how the government should deal with large banks.

  5. Fisker Driving Taxpayer Money to China?

    Sen . Chuck Grassley , (R-Iowa), on the potential sale of Fisker to a Chinese company.

  6. Senate Panel to Vote Tuesday on Lew for Treasury Secretary

    The Senate Finance Committee will vote Tuesday on Jack Lew's nomination for Treasury secretary, according to Sen. Max Baucus, the Montana Democrat who chairs the pan...

  7. Grilled on the Hill: Senate Panel Questions Lew

    Treasury-secretary nominee Jack Lew was in the hot seat in front of the Senate Finance Committee Wednesday and made his case that he is qualified to be one of the na...

  8. Spurned A123 Suitor to Get $5 Million Breakup Fee

    Although Johnson Controls Inc. (JCI) came up short in its bid for battery maker A123 Systems Inc., losing out to China's Wanxiang Group, the U.S. auto-parts giant wi...

  9. Senators Question Justice Dept. On Big Bank Probes

    Two senators - a Democrat and a Republican - on Tuesday questioned the Department of Justice about whether the powerful status of large Wall Street financial institu...

  10. U.S. Judge Approves A123 Sale to China's Wanxiang

    A federal judge on Tuesday approved the sale of A123 Systems Inc. (AONEQ), the government-backed battery maker that has yet to turn a profit, to China's Wanxiang Ame...

  11. U.S. says A123 sale requires its consent

    The U.S. government said bankrupt A123 Systems Inc cannot be sold without its consent because the battery maker received a $249 million grant from the Energy Departm...

  12. Battery maker A123 got U.S. funds as it sought bankruptcy

    The Obama administration provided struggling battery maker A123 Systems Inc with nearly $1 million on the day it filed for bankruptcy, the company told lawmakers inv...

  1. GOP senator targeted by IRS?

    Cheri Jacobus from Capitol Strategies on new developments in the IRS scandal.

  2. Should Boehner sue Obama over executive orders dispute?

    FNC’s Mike Emanuel on the IRS scandal, Thad Cochran and Iraq.

  3. Tea Party losing influence?

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on the midterm elections and the Tea Party.

  4. Holder talks tough on banks

    Stifel Nicolaus’ Chad Morganlander on Attorney General Eric Holder’s comments on prosecuting big banks.

  5. Another Congressional Controversy Over ObamaCare

    Members of Congress get to use pre-tax dollars when buying health insurance on the new state exchanges, while all other taxpayers must use after-tax dollars, governm...

  6. Lawmakers Voice Concerns about Smithfield-Shuanghui Deal

    Chinese meat company Shuanghui International's plans to buy U.S.-based pork producer Smithfield Foods Inc has some lawmakers worried the deal could create food safet...

  7. Emails show lobbyists, not insiders, underpinned U.S. market-moving report

    The researcher whose report prompted a spike in health stocks last month appears to have relied on lobbyists rather than U.S. government insiders who had direct know...

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