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A plan to require foreigners to be fingerprinted when they depart the nation's 10 busiest airports should be in place within two years, a Senate committee agreed Monday.
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One of the most politically charged phrases in IT these days is "skills shortage." That phrase may come up Tuesday when the Senate Judiciary Committee, as expected, takes up a series of industry-sponsored amendments to the immigration bill.
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Leading senators working to resolve a key issue on immigration legislation have agreed to a compromise covering expansion of a high-tech visa program, officials said Tuesday, resolving one of two major hurdles to committee passage of the landmark bill.
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Senate lawmakers took their turn Tuesday grilling IRS officials over the agency's targeting of conservative groups, as they called them to account for a "scandal" they say has undermined the public's trust in government.
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In this Aug. 2, 2012, file photo, then-Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Douglas Shulman testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington.
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The facts laid out by prosecutors are plain: In 2008, a U.S. government employee on assignment in Zimbabwe drove through the capital of Harare in his government-issued Toyota Land Cruiser and struck and killed a... The facts laid out by prosecutors are plain: In 2008, a U.S. government employee on assignment in Zimbabwe drove through the capital of ... (more)
The US may expand its biometric entry-exit system to include taking fingerprints and photos of foreigners as they leave the country.
The White House acknowledged Monday that senior aides to President Barack Obama knew a month ago that the Internal Revenue Service had targeted conservative groups, expanding on previous administration statements about who in the White House knew about the inquiry and when they knew about it.
Americans are divided over whether to believe the White House on controversies over the Libyan attack that killed a U.S. ambassador and the Internal Revenue Service targeting of Tea Party groups, but they overwhelmingly agree on this: The furors are going to make it harder for President Obama to get things done in his second term.
USA TODAY poll: Three of four Americans say controversies on Libya and the IRS will make it harder for Obama to get things done.
The Internal Revenue Service is under fire for improperly singling out some conservative groups for extra scrutiny - putting them through months of questions that delayed or derailed the organizations' requests for tax-exempt status.
One of the players in President Barack Obama's golf foursome this weekend is also a lead player in another administration scandal, Health and Human Services secretary Kathleen Sebelius.
I met former Vice President Dick Cheney when he was a Wyoming congressman in the 1980s and I was an officer for the Utah Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
Saratoga Springs Mayor Mia Love's announcement at the Republican State Convention Saturday that she once again will run for Democratic Congressman Jim Matheson's 4th Congressional District seat spelled deja vu in more ways than one.
The Salt Lake Tribune) Irrigation lines are piled together amid heaps of trash, clothing and food items, the only remnants of a marijuana grove that once held more than 4,200 plants in Iron County, Thursday, November 1, 2012.
A look at events leading to the disclosure that the Internal Revenue Service placed conservative groups under special scrutiny for 18 months before the 2012 elections, a practice that has prompted congressional inquiries and a Justice Department criminal investigation: March-April: IRS agents begin giving extra attention to tax-exempt applications ... (more)