The National Transportation Safety Board voted Tuesday to urge states to lower the blood alcohol level limit necessary to constitute drunk driving.
The Congressional Budget Office is now forecasting a federal deficit this year of $642 billion, which would be the lowest shortfall since 2008.
White House spokesman Jay Carney dodged a series of questions Tuesday about scandals involving the Justice Department and the IRS.
The Attorney General will appear before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday afternoon.
KMOV’s Larry Conners wrote on his Facebook page that the IRS has been going after him ever since he asked President Obama a series of tough questions during an interview last year.
The president told reporters that he’s more interested on preventing a future attack from occurring than figuring out why officials from his administration provided differing explanations for what caused the attacks to take place.
The president said Monday that if the allegations about the IRS unfairly targeting conservative groups are true, “then that’s outrageous.”
Several Tea Party organizations across the country are calling on President Obama to investigate the IRS’s close scrutiny of conservative groups that filed for tax-exempt status.
The House will vote again next week on yet another bill to repeal Obamacare.