President Barack Obama forced out the head of the Internal Revenue Service over the agency’s selective screening of nonprofit groups, as the administration sought to contain scandals imperiling its second-term agenda.
Steven Miller, the acting IRS commissioner, resigned as lawmakers questioned why the agency used ideological terms such as “tea party” to subject some groups’ applications for tax-exempt status to tougher scrutiny.
“It’s inexcusable, and Americans are right to be...
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