3 hrs ago
NBC Los Angeles
Apple CEO Defends Untaxed Overseas Profits
Apple CEO Tim Cook testified on Capitol Hill Tuesday about accusations that his company uses overseas subsidiaries to avoid paying taxes in the United States.
7 hrs ago
Broadcasting & Cable
ABC Moving 'This Week' From Newseum; Al Jazeera Moving In
Guest appearances and Raddatz regular hosting stint will return to ABC bureau; source cites cost of Newseum space and relatively infrequent use According to sources familiar with the situation, ABC will be moving its This Week studio back to the Washington bureau from the Newseum, and Al Jazeera America will be moving into ABC's old digs there.
Tue May 21, 2013
Rand Paul Apologizes to Apple for Being Hassled by the Senate
MAY 21: Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee's Investigations Subcommittee member Sen.
Public Schedule: May 21 - Tuesday
DEPARTMENT OF STATE PUBLIC SCHEDULE TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2013 SECRETARY JOHN KERRY Secretary Kerry is on foreign travel to Muscat, Oman.
The Wichita Eagle
IRS chief and Treasury knew about plan to use planted question to unveil scandal
Acting IRS Commissioner Steve Miller testifies on Capitol Hill at a hearing on Internal Revenue Service targeting conservative groups, May 17, 2013 in Washington, DC.
Sen. Kirk To Support Pritzker Confirmation
U.S. Senator Mark Kirk was non-committal when asked whether he would support Penny Pritzker's bid for Commerce Secretary.
Mon May 20, 2013
Capitol Hill: Obama's Budget Would Save Transpo Trust Fund. If Only It Were Real.
President Obama's transportation budget proposal can give you a contact high if you stand too close.
The Wichita Eagle
Re: Kansas Views on core services, Roberts' pandering, waiting ...
Core services – The current cost-cutting efforts of state government should spur serious conversation about what Gov.
Sun May 19, 2013
The Daily Beast
The Week in Wingnuts
Legalized abortion causes school shootings, Obamacare will lead to conservatives being denied health services, and other wacky assertions from our political leaders.
IRS suppressed Tea Party activities and donations
The WND story reported, "The IRS and the entire Obama administration are under scrutiny after revelations last week that hundreds of conservative organizations suffered undue harassment and intrusion by the IRS after applying for tax-exempt status - and now at least one tea-party leader tells WND the scandal interfered with with his group's ... (more)
The Jersey Journal
Cumberland Regional High School administrator honored for visionary leadership
Cumberland Regional High School Assistant Principal Ralph Aiello, left, is congratulated by Sen.
It's sweet vs. sweet in D.C. fight
That peanut butter cup tempting you in the checkout aisle or Krimpet calling out from the office vending machine might seem like sweet, simple bliss, but in Washington they are the subject of fierce debate, competing economic studies, lobbying, and media campaigns that could all spill onto the Senate floor this week.
Sat May 18, 2013
The assault against American exceptionalism
There is a siege underway in the United States. It is a battle being fought on several fronts.
Man responds after IRS scandal hearing
Justin Binik-Thomas wanted to know why a question about him was among 35 the Liberty Township Tea Party was instructed by the Internal Revenue Service to answer as part of the organization's application for tax-exempt status last year.
'We could lose everything': Tea Party groups prepare to sue IRS
Jay Devereaux hadn't paid much attention to the daily drumbeat of partisan politics in D.C. He wasn't a Washington nerd, and didn't know who said what during congressional hearings -- nor did he care.
Bipartisanship follows the money
There's nothing like the overflowing coffers of interest groups to get political consultants in a gridlocked Washington to see the value of bipartisanship.
Federal Computer Week
Rep. Van Hollen, DHS' Borras appeal to midsize contractors
Department of Homeland Security officials say the agency is looking to small and medium-tier businesses for innovative IT goods and services, but continues to struggle with tight budget restraints.
Despite setback, U.S. Rep. Tim Walz continues push for transparency
Tim Walz that explicitly banned insider trading by congressional members and government employees was hailed by watchdog groups as one of the most significant congressional reforms in more than a decade.