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Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn took a page from Democrats when she wrongly claimed that “the White House [is] paying women 88 cents for every dollar that a guy earns in comparable positions.” That’s not a comparison of “comparable positions.” Read more»

The administration took a victory lap Tuesday as enrollment through the health law’s exchanges topped 7 million. Read more»

How disappointed is The White House in Russia's decision to offer temporary asylum to NSA leaker/whistleblower Edward Snowden? Read more»

Villaseñor at a press conference in March 2012.

Tucson Police Chief Roberto Villaseñor said President Barack Obama was receptive Monday to suggestions from a group of law enforcement officials called to the White House to discuss efforts to reduce gun violence. Villaseñor urged the president to push for universal background checks on firearm sales. Read more» 1

A fog of misinformation has settled on the fiscal cliff, as both House Speaker John Boehner and Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner have traded conflicting, misleading and false statements in recent days on the president’s deficit-reduction plan. Read more»

Pakistani officials say that the Pakistani army had full knowledge of the U.S. raid that led to the death of Osama bin Laden and that it played a larger role in the operation than previously acknowledged. Read more»

It’s a stretch at this point to draw conclusions about the role that so-called enhanced interrogation techniques, such as waterboarding, played in producing useful intelligence leading to bin Laden. Here’s why. Read more»

Visitors logs for entrance into the White House are the subject of a House Energy and Committee subcommittee hearing Tuesday.

The House Energy and Committee subcommittee on oversight and investigations scheduled a meeting to find out if lobbyists are being met offsite to avoid having their names show up in the official system. Read more»