Germans protest a Barbie Dreamhouse; diamonds beat gold; criminals call 9-1-1 on themselves and more.
Grover Norquist discusses the recent IRS scandal; Mitsitam makes the Post’s Spring Dining Guide; and Alex Salmond picks queries from the question bowl.
A car bombing in Afghanistan kills at least 10 people; a deadly tornado rages through Texas; the GOP jumps on the “Arrested Development” parody bandwagon and more.
The First Minister of Scotland answers queries from the Question Bowl.
Grover Norquist says the IRS regularly targets conservative groups. He also says groups like his are not abusing the tax-exempt status. Americans for Tax Reform, like all 501(c)(4) groups, does not disclose donors because they are categorized as a “social welfare” group.
President Obama addressed the IRS controversy Wednesday evening, announcing that the acting commissioner of the IRS has resigned. Obama reiterated that he “would not tolerate this kind of behavior.”
The Capital Weather Gang’s Jason Samenow answers allergy questions at the Information Desk in McPherson Square.
Rep. Mac Thornberry (R-Tex.) proposes more drone oversight; the Capital Weather Gang’s Jason Samenow talks to the people about pollen; and a polar bear cub has a new adventure.
Russia expels an American diplomat; O.J. Simpson goes to court again; a sinkhole swallows a car in Maryland and more.
President Obama calls IRS targeting “outrageous;” melting ice piles up to 30ft high in Minnesota; Richard Branson becomes a flight attendant and more.