This week, three major scandals have picked up steam in Washington: the I.R.S. unfairly targetomg conservative groups, the Department of Justice's subpoena of journalists' phone numbers and last year's attacks on the U.S. compound in  Benghazi. Amid the back and forth, our partner the New York Times asks the question: How can a president with grand ambitions and shrinking horizons use his office? Takeaway Washington Correspondent  Todd Zwillich  shares the latest on the series of firestorms in Washington.