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Now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine commuting to DC can be consulate.
Unless of course you're a top IRS official.
We're learning that taxpayers have been footing the bill for some employees to get to work in Washington while living in other parts of the country.
And inspector general report finds that a dozen IRS executives racked up quote extremely extremely high travel expenses.
Some never bothering to move to Washington for their jobs commuting.
On a daily basis the Atlanta journal constitution reports that four of those officials live in Dallas Minneapolis and Atlanta.
One executive travel to Washington 282.
Days last year that's an average of more than five days a week.
At a cost of 127000.
Dollars the IRS chief financial officer responded the report conceding.
That's something needs to change.
The National Security Agency is capable of high -- -- balance of just about anyone in the world anywhere in the world.
But when it comes to a simple search of its own email servers well that's just not possible.
Republica reports that one of its reporters filed a freedom of information request of -- Related to email communications.
And SA officials said that's impossible they have no way of searching employee emails saying the system was quote.
A little antiquated and archaic.
-- -- -- of the reporters committee for freedom of the press noted the irony quote this is an agency that's charged with monitoring millions of communications globally.
They can even track their own internal communications.
Well the guy who became the face and the voice of the royal baby announcement.
Appears to be a fake party pressure.
When the town crier stepped up to announce the birth of the future king.
Everyone listen assuming it was part of the pageantry of the birth of the future king.
Turns out he was not invited by the royal family in fact he's not even a Londoner.
He's the town crier for rom for a commuter town -- outside the city.
He tells Yahoo! -- -- in a cab when he heard the news and showed up to be part of the excitement.
The segment continues today the duke and duchess announced there they named their son George Alexander.
-- The baby will be known as his royal highness prince George.
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