A onetime economic adviser to President Barack Obama offered up yet another explanation on Twitter last week for why he claimed in 2010 that Koch Industries paid no income taxes.
Following accusations that the Department of Justice obtained the phone records of multiple members of the Associated Press, the White House is pushing to revive a federal law protecting reporters in court, the New York Times reported Wednesday.
The head of a Democratic Super PAC under federal investigation for allegedly recording a private campaign strategy session at Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s offices visited the White House late last year, public records show.
Rep. Mike Turner (R., Ohio) sent the White House a letter Wednesday criticizing the administration’s missile defense strategy, according to the Hill.
In honor of President Barack Obama’s “disgraceful” display of sexism yesterday, the Washington Free Beacon has complied a list of the top moments in the president’s ongoing war on women.
The federal government has let more than $2 billion in stimulus funds expire despite sequestration cuts, according to National Review.
There could be trouble brewing for Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim and his newspaper, the New York Times.
Rep. Andy Harris (R., Md.) exposed the White House’s distorted claims about the influence sequestration will have on vaccines for children, former Washington Free Beacon staff writer Andrew Stiles reports.