18 House GOP members call for OPM director Archuleta’s removal
Congressional pressure for the firing of Office of Personnel Management Director Katherine Archuleta is growing, with 18 Republican House members sending President Obama a letter requesting her ouster. The letter follows four hearings, including three last week, where Archuleta was grilled by House and Senate members over the cyber theft of personal information belonging to at least 4.2 million current and former federal employees
VIDEO: Rep. Russell on Fox and Friends
Discusses IRS targeting scandal and missing Lois Lerner emails.
OPM hack Q&A: What we know and what we don’t
Congress has held five hearings in the past two weeks to try to find out just what happened, but the full impact of the massive attack is still under investigation. Here's a look at what we know so far.
Republicans weigh impeachment for IRS commissioner
House Republicans are considering launching impeachment proceedings against IRS Commissioner John Koskinen or other agency officials in connection with the destruction of emails potentially tied to the scandal over Tea Party targeting.
Lawmakers urge removal of top execs at computer-hacked agency
Eighteen Republican lawmakers sent a letter to President Barack Obama on Friday requesting the removal of two Office of Personnel Management (OPM) executives after a data breach that compromised the personal information of millions of Americans.
OPM’s Archuleta faces House Oversight again — DHS under spotlight, too
Today is the second and likely worst of the three day gauntlet of hearings Capitol Hill has served up for OPM Director Katherine Archuleta.
VIDEO: Chairman Chaffetz on The Kelly File
Chairman Chaffetz discusses the destruction of evidence in the IRS targeting scandal.
“Cleaning Up the Federal Cyber Debacle”
The refusal at the Office of Personnel Management to take responsibility and move swiftly to address significant deficiencies leads to only one conclusion. Accountability starts at the top. It’s time for a change in leadership at the OPM.
U.S. government investigating breach that led to theft of as many as 18 million Social Security numbers
The federal government has for years failed to take basic steps to protect its data from hackers and thieves, putting at risk everything from nuclear secrets to the private tax information of hundreds of millions of Americans, records show.