Secretary Clinton’s actions were at best negligent and at worst harmful to our national security.

Instead of working in good faith the fix these problems, the IRS has resorted to the same tired excuses we’ve heard over and over and over again.

We will not let the IRS get away with this.

Today, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen will face House lawmakers for the first time since an independent watchdog uncovered his agency’s continued failure to protect taxpayer data from hackers. We won’t be there asking the questions, but here are three we think Commissioner Koskinen needs to answer:

With tax day right around the corner, the last thing you should have to worry about is the safety of your sensitive personal and financial information. This Thursday, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen will testify before a key House panel amid growing concerns that his agency is woefully unprepared to protect taxpayer information from cyberattacks.

Last night, years of House oversight efforts yielded three big breakthroughs. Here’s a quick rundown of what happened:

The House is set to rein in IRS bureaucrats and keep them accountable to American taxpayers.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton tried to hide her emails about Benghazi and Libya for years, including long after she left the Obama administration. In fact, she or her team may have even instructed tech companies involved with managing and storing her emails to delete some records last year, after she was told to turn them over to the State Department.

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