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Sarah Hall Ingram Defends IRS on Obamacare

How's the rollout of the Affordable Care Act going? Just fine, thank you, according to IRS official Sarah Hall Ingram, who is running the tax collection agency's end of the operation.
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IRS' Ingram: Did the Devil Make Her Do It?

The IRS has been embroiled in plenty of turmoil lately, but presumably it has nothing to do with a witch's cauldron or a satanic spell. Nevertheless, an IRS official sitting on the hot seat in Congress was asked to defend herself against mock charges she was demonic.
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Lois Lerner Accused of Using Personal E-mail for Official Business

Lois Lerner can't catch a break. Now House Republicans are asking her to provide official documents she purportedly sent to her personal e-mail account.
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IRS Told More Needs To Be Done to Fight Identity Theft "Epidemic"

A subcommittee of the House Oversight and Government Reform – the same committee that's investigating alleged wrongdoings regarding tax-exempt applications of Tea Party and other conservative groups – warned that the IRS has to improve its efforts to thwart identity theft issues.
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IRS Contractor Cheated His Way to $500 Million in Questionable Bids

Scandals, scandals everywhere, and not an excuse to make. This seems to be the atmosphere at the IRS, as one problem after another has been revealed in recent weeks.
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IRS Scandal Shifts Focus to Russell George

With a Democrat in the Oval Office, the screams heard around the country were that the targeting of conservative groups was politically motivated, maybe even ordered by the Obama administration. Now the focus has shifted.
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Is e-mail a 'Smoking Gun' in IRS Scandal?

Who knew what about the "Tea Party scandal" and when? Congress continued to dig deeper into the matter last week as it interviewed staffers from the Cincinnati office of the IRS where "rogue" agents allegedly initiated the actions.
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IRS Suspends Two Officials for Taking Conference Perks

Following a new report from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration turning the spotlight on a 2010 conference in California, the IRS announced it has placed two of its employees on administrative leave for "inappropriate behavior."
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Tea Party Groups Say IRS Trampled on Rights

According to the testimony of members of six targeted groups given to the House Ways and Means Committee on June 4, the IRS held up applications for tax-exempt status, illegally released donor lists, and generally harassed organization officials.
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Lois Lerner, EO Director, Takes the Fall in IRS Scandal

The "Tea Party scandal" at the IRS has claimed another victim: Lois Lerner, director of the IRS Exempt Organizations (EO) division, has been placed on administrative leave after refusing to resign. Ken Corbin was promptly named the EO acting director.
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Controversy Swirls Around Hearings on IRS Scandal

After the initial round of hearings held by three congressional committees this week, at least we know the IRS wrongfully targeted conservative "tea party" groups applying for tax-exempt status. But precious little else has been revealed.
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IRS Official Lois Lerner Pleads the Fifth before House Oversight Committee

Lois Lerner, director of the IRS Exempt Organizations division, chose to invoke her Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on May 22.

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