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Attorney general could face questions on topics from Hillary Clinton to Planned Parenthood.
Lawmakers say Koskinen impeded their investigation into IRS targeting of conservative groups.
The cuts would be a boon for tax cheats and hackers, the Senate Democrat says.
But Republicans and Democrats disagree on whether the groups were intentionally targeted.
An inspector general says Congress may never see a full record of Lois Lerner's emails.
The measures come after a breach that exposed 100,000 taxpayers’ data.
The FBI says it will "aggressively pursue and hold accountable those responsible."
The House passed the bills to commemorate Tax Day.
IRS commissioner said new anti-fraud systems need to be ready this summer.
One phone scammer was able to get $500,000 from one taxpayer.
A GAO report found that the IRS issued $5.8 billion in fraudulent refunds in 2013.
Taxpayers have a 50 percent chance of getting a live representative if they call.
Several top House Democrats are looking to kill a provision of the House highway bill that would...
John Koskinen stressed that phone tracking "can only be used with a court order."
With the money, the agency would "fight identity theft and Stolen Identity Refund fraud."
Both parties are looking to the IRS as they try to pass a highway bill.
The Internal Revenue Service improperly doled out $18.8 million in contracts to corporations that...
Republicans aren't happy with how the IRS is dealing with requests on Lois Lerner.
The Senate Finance Committee is demanding details from the IRS about how hackers were able to...
The House and Senate are back to work after a two-week spring recess.
The IRS lost $5.8 billion in fraudulent refund claims in 2013.
"There is potential criminal activity," a deputy IG told the Oversight panel.
Republicans accused the IRS of seizing the assets of innocent small businesses.
An eye toward a total overhaul of the tax code did not stop Senate lawmakers from advancing 17...