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Moore, Oklahoma digs out from the tornado, two IRS commissioners tell the Senate they never misled Congress, an Arizona law protecting late-term babies is struck down, a compromise immigration reform bill is approved, the Dow is up slightly
Senior White House staff knew about the IRS targeting probe, a second day of twisters ravage Oklahoma City, a State Department report tags seven countries violators of religious freedom, the Supreme Court will take up a public-prayer case, the bull-market mood prevails on Wall Street
The White House pleads ignorance on the IRS scandal, North Korea launches four missiles, severe weather strikes the Midwest, the federal government investigates the Connecticut train crash, a new week begins for Wall Street
The president's White House question-and-answer session leads to more questions, Republicans attach the IRS scandal to Obamacare, a Texas tornado kills six, fighting rages in Syria but the UN draws up a post-war reconstruction plan, a security firm in Afganistan confirms the death of four American civilian contractors, the Dow dips but the markets remain on the rise
Decisive White House action on a scandal growing worse by the day, Gosnell gets an additional life sentence, an Army Sergeant is accused of sexual assault, Eric Holder is questioned about the government seizure of phone records, Wall Street gains push stock indices to all-time highs
Decisive White House action on a scandal growing worse by the day. Kermit Gosnell gets an additional life sentence and the jurors speak out. An Army sergeant assigned as coordinator of a sexual assault prevention program at Fort Hood Texas now himself accused of such crimes. The House Oversight Committee questions Holder about the government’s seizure of Associated Press phone records. Wall Street’s gains are modest, but they push both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Standard and Poor’s 500 stock indices to all-time highs.
Gosnell cuts a life-saving deal, the White House goes on the defensive, Minnesota approves same-sex marriage, the Russian government expels a U.S. diplomat, the military becomes more sophisticated, stocks end higher and the Dow rises on Wall Street
Kermit Gosnell found guilty, difficult questions at the White House, Virginia woman arranges Tsarnaev burial, the Dow ends down at closing bell
White House under fire for doctoring Benghazi talking points, uprisings in the Arab Spring, the continuing case for a jailed Iranian-American pastor
Boehner calls on White House to release Benghazi emails, Boston police chief raps lack of cooperation from FBI, Minnesota moves toward same-sex marriage, Michigan town apologizes for arresting missionaries, Wall Street pulls back but Dow stays above 15K
After whistleblowers testify, House Speaker John Boehner calls on the White House to come clean on Benghazi, and release declassified emails relating to the terror attack in Libya. Boston police chief Ed Davis testifies to Congress, tells panel he wished the FBI had provided the information it had on bombing suspect Tamerlin Tsarnaev. Minnesota takes another step toward becoming the 12th U.S. state to legalize same-sex marriage. Detroit suburb admits fault for arresting Christian missionaries, apologizes. Markets: Positive jobs data can't overcome doubts over how long Wall Street's bull market can last.
Benghazi whisleblowers take to Capitol Hill, Ohio brothers held in connection with decade-old abduction, Texas court affirms religious liberty, immigration bill supporters mulling homosexual-rights provision, Wall Street rally continues
Whistleblowers take to Capitol Hill with new revelations about the terrorist assault on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya. Ohio brothers held in connection with abduction of three women who survived a decade of abuse. Texas court rules in favor of students' right to the free exercise of religion in public schools. Immigration bill may take an unusual turn, with talk of a homosexual-rights provision being added. Business: Wall Street held its record-setting pace, but the rally may be fueled by unsustainable monetary policies.