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On July 22, 1998, President Bill Clinton signed into law a reorganization of the Internal Revenue Service designed to "give the American people an IRS that reflects America's values and respects America's taxpayers." As the Obama administration confronts a political crisis that has reinforced the worst imaginings of anti-Washington Republicans -- ... (more)
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At a Senate Finance Committee hearing today, Hon. Douglas Shulman, former Internal Revenue Service commissioner and Steven Miller, acting IRS Commissioner, both denied any knowledge of the agency's targeted harassment of conservative groups seeking tax-exemption status.
The panel is led by Senator Carl Levin, the Michigan Democrat who is chairman of the Senate's Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations and a fierce critic of what he sees as corporate wrongdoing.
Apple CEO Tim Cook defended the company's tax practices Tuesday at a Congressional hearing that alternated between fawning and testy.
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Fox News continued to push for a special prosecutor following reports that the White House chief counsel knew of an IRS investigation but did not inform the president, a claim that ignores the legal and political problems raised by involving a president in an ongoing investigation.
A top U.S. Senate Democrat said Congress should expand its focus on the Internal Revenue Service and examine the use of non-profit groups for partisan purposes.
Sunday morning on ABC's This Week , White House Senior Adviser Dan Pfeiffer told ABC's George Stephanopoulos that the legality surrounding the targeting of conservative groups by the Internal Revenue service is "irrelevant," but called the behavior "inexcusable." "I can't speak to the law here.