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White House Launches Review Of DOJ Over Accusations Of Spying On JournalistsUnder fire for spying on journalists, the White House has ordered an unusual review of what the Department of Justice is doing -- and why.
President Obama Says He Was Unaware Of IRS Targeting Before Scandal BrokePresident Barack Obama is in damage control mode Thursday, trying to get out ahead of a trifecta of scandals dogging his administrations.
Acting IRS Commissioner Out After 'Rogue' Agents' Plot To Target Conservative GroupsActing Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Steven Miller has resigned, amid a probe into a plot by the agency to target conservative groups.
New York Times Wins Four Pulitzer PrizesThe Pulitzers, journalism's highest honor, are given out each year by Columbia University on the recommendation of a board of journalists and others. Each award carries a $10,000 prize except for the public service award, which is a gold medal.
Obama 'HOPE' Artist Shepard Fairey Gets Probation In AP Lawsuit CaseA federal judge in New York has given two years of probation to an artist who created the "HOPE'' poster that came to symbolize Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign. He was sentenced Friday in Manhattan.
Upcoming Presidential Primaries Gives Locals A Voice On GOP TicketThe Presidential primaries are coming our way, with New York and Connecticut among the five states to vote on April 24.
Judge Scolds Levi Aron's Defense Lawyers, Questions Experience And Handling Of CaseA judge has questioned the experience of two lawyers handling the case of Levi Aron, the man accused of killing and dismembering 8-year-old Leiby Kletzky.
Paladino: Style Won't Change If I'm Victorious Carl Paladino told The A.P. in an interview Monday that he only plans on having one term, and it wouldn't be "pretty."
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