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"We've got a lot of important work to do, and I signed on for the term," John Koskinen said.
Jack Lew called John Koskinen "an outstanding public servant."
Only 9.1 percent were uninsured in 2015, down from 14.4 percent in 2013.
The findings of the Ten Thousand Commandments report are disputed by public interest groups.
Democrats fear it would open the door for drug traffickers, foreign governments to illegally...
Hundreds of thousands downloaded extensions on the tax filing deadline.
Congress should not be "bowing to the interests of the tax prep industry," Warren said.
The report finds premiums rose 8 percent last year despite warnings of larger increases.
Donald Trump says he's been audited 12 years in a row.
The ObamaCare payments in question are the subject of House Republicans' lawsuit.
About 43,000 ObamaCare enrollees are bearing the full cost of their insurance plans.
The IRS has sought to define the political activity allowed by nonprofit organizations.
The fnancial services measure provides $10.9 billion for the IRS, a cut of $236 million below last...
The bill comes as a task force from Speaker Paul Ryan continues its work.
A federal judge gave House Republicans a significant victory.
It's the first significant enforcement hiring by the IRS in more than five years.
The bills were part of a package to mark this week's tax-filing deadline.
Several lawmakers say the IRS isn't enacting watchdog recommendations fast enough.
Tom Carper says Congress is forcing the IRS to compromise on digital security.
The option "provides a new way for people who can only pay their taxes in cash," the IRS head said.
This is the second time that the agency has revised its original estimate.
They differ on whether the agency should be abolished, but all want change.
But the tensions between Republicans and the agency haven’t gone away.
Attorney general could face questions on topics from Hillary Clinton to Planned Parenthood.