Voters are concerned about the Internal Revenue Service's targeting of conservative political groups for unfair treatment, and over half think the White House either knew it was happening or -- worse yet -- was actually behind the operation.
U.S. military sources serving in North Africa are challenging the latest White House claim that the administration is applying "all the resources" at its disposal to bring the Benghazi attackers to justice, charging instead that the Obama administration knows who is responsible but is not acting.
Jodi Arias told a jury Tuesday that she reconsidered her past statements on preferring the death penalty for her murder conviction, saying she hopes to contribute to society if allowed to live, by starting literacy, recycling and other programs in prison.
Illegal immigrants seeking a reprieve under an election-year program implemented by the Obama administration are being approved at a rate of over 99 percent -- a situation that has the immigration officer union raising concerns about fraud and security risks.
After a week of revelations about government spying on reporters and the Internal Revenue Service targeting conservatives, most voters feel "like the federal government has gotten out of control and is threatening the basic civil liberties of Americans."