Editor's note: On AC360° David Gergen and Dana Bash discussed the controversy surrounding the IRS targeting conservative groups.
The Internal Revenue Service has identified two "rogue" employees in the agency's Cincinnati office as being principally responsible for "overly aggressive" handling of requests by conservative groups for tax-exempt status, a congressional source told CNN.
In a meeting on Capitol Hill, acting IRS Commissioner Steven Miller described the employees as being "off the reservation," according to the source. It was not clear precisely what the alleged behavior involved.
David Gergen, Margaret Hoover and Charles Blow argue who's responsible for forced spending cuts taking effect March 1.
Political analysts David Gergen and Gloria Borger discuss what "the new Mitt" means for the next leg of the race.
Critics pounced on President Obama after he didn’t hold bilateral meetings with world leaders during his visit to N.Y. for the U.N. General Assembly. Anderson Cooper talks to CNN’s Fareed Zakaria and David Gergen on the importance of personal relationships in foreign affairs.
Immediate reactions to Mitt Romney's RNC speech and the overall Republican convention from CNN's political team.
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