A few stories out there:
From ABC News, the IRS official in charge of the division that deals with tax-exempt organizations when Tea Party groups were targeted for extra scrutiny now runs their Affordable Care Act office.
From the American Thinker, a lawsuit against the IRS accuses it of seizing the medical records of 10 million people.
From the Associated Press, an arrest warrant has been issued for former NFL player Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson.
From The Corner at National Review, the Speaker accuses President Obama and his administration of "remarkable arrogance".
From Fox News, the manager of the Fort Campbell sexual assault prevention program has been arrested for allegedly violating an order of protection against his ex-wife.
From the Washington Post, an investigation finds that terrorists who had entered the witness protection program and were given new identities were allowed to board airplanes in the United States.
From the Washington Examiner, Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley has signed legislation passed by the state legislature that has "some of the toughest new gun restrictions in the nation".
The Daily Caller asks if the IRS gave presidential candidate Mitt Romney's tax returns to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
From Newsmax, Catholic League director Bill Donohue claims that his organization was targeted by the IRS.
From Gateway Pundit, the IRS granted applications for tax-exempt status much more quickly for Muslim groups than for Christian or Jewish groups.
From Politico, a second federal court has ruled that President Obama's NLRB appointments were unconstitutional.
From The Guardian, Venezuela has been experiencing a shortage of toilet paper.
Continuing with the British media, a study reported by the Mail Online claims that strong men tend to have rightwing political views.
And from the International Business Times, Canada appears to be the place to watch for UFOs.