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Rep. Darrell Issa’s subpoena mania

By Dana Milbank June 23 at 10:53 PM “Raise your right hand,” Rep. Darrell Issa ordered IRS Commissioner John Koskinen on Monday night. Koskinen raised his right hand to the usual position. “A little higher,” Issa commanded. Laughter rippled through the hearing room. Issa glared...
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Rep. Darrell Issa’s subpoena mania

By Dana Milbank June 23 at 10:53 PM “Raise your right hand,” Rep. Darrell Issa ordered IRS Commissioner John Koskinen on Monday night. Koskinen raised his right hand to the usual position. “A little higher,” Issa commanded. Laughter rippled through the hearing room. Issa glared...
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Editorial: Critics of the EPA need a new strategy, the Supreme Court makes clear

By Editorial Board June 23 at 7:40 PM THE SUPREME Court on Monday largely upheld one piece of the Obama administration’s increasingly ambitious response to the threat of climate change. This is the third time in a decade that the court has validated the Environmental...
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Robinson: The ‘ungrateful volcano’ of Iraq

Eugene Robinson Opinion writer Eugene Robinson writes a twice-a-week column on politics and culture, contributes to the PostPartisan blog, and hosts a weekly online chat with readers. In a three-decade career at The Post, Robinson has been city hall reporter, city editor, foreign...
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Gerson: An arrogant and lawless IRS

Michael Gerson Opinion writer Michael Gerson is a nationally syndicated columnist who appears twice weekly in The Post. Noted management expert and Internal Revenue Service Commissioner John Koskinen was apparently called out of retirement — like the Ted Williams of evasive,...
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Rampell: From boardroom to ballgame to bedtime, dads are learning to juggle

Catherine Rampell Opinion writer Catherine Rampell is an opinion columnist at The Washington Post. Women have been trying for decades to juggle, balance, multitask, lean every which way, work the second shift and, most elusively, have it all. For many working mothers, the guilt...

Cohen: The enigmatic war

This is a splendid time to remember the First World War. It started 100 years ago this week with the June 28 shooting of the Austrian archduke and his wife. By the end of the summer, much of Europe was engaged in a war that lasted about four years, toppled four empires,...

Most who enrolled through the D.C. health-care exchange were processed smoothly

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More training is not the answer in Iraq

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The myth of marijuana as a gateway drug

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