In what he describes as the "escalating culture of distrust," chief deputy majority whip Rep. Peter Roskam says that the silver lining to the continued scandalizing of the Internal Revenue Service is the increased demand for tax reform.
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A new survey found that nearly two-thirds of presently uninsured Americans may not seek health insurance by Obamacare's deadline
Joanna Rohrback has the answer to solving America's obesity epidemic --- and it involves prancing around like a pony.
Justin Bieber is the new face of teen unemployment.
On the heels of a much-criticized Senate hearing over tech giant Apple's tax practices, billionaire Bill Gates told an Australian reporter he believes the rich should pay even more.
Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul chastised his Senate colleagues Tuesday for conducting a "show trial" against Apple. Lawmakers were holding hearings about offshore tax avoidance by the maker of Mac computers.
Tim Cook, Apple's CEO, defended his company's corporate tax practices Tuesday morning at a Senate subcommittee hearing.
A year-long investigation into a federal contracting program revealed that the government owes over 1,000 small businesses millions of dollars from unpaid contract obligations.
In the country of Swaziland, witches are no longer allowed to fly higher than 150 meters in the air, lest they be subject to arrest and heavy fines.
Men's brawn may be an indicator of their attitudes on economic redistribution, a new study finds.
The unemployment number for April came in lower than expected, bringing wide relief and sending stock index futures through the roof . Many young Americans, though, have not experienced much benefit from the recovery.
While the 2016 presidential election is still far off, one hopeful is getting a head start on fundraising by accepting unorthodox forms of campaign donations.
Sex? Success? What's the difference, right?
Unlike just about every American in the country, the once-financially troubled Mike Tyson now looks forward to paying his taxes.
The Department of the Treasury announced yesterday that it will begin paying down the debt for the first time in six years this quarter. But experts say the plan is less than meets the eye.
The art of measuring the size of the economy just got a new box of crayons.
Despite his own checkered human-rights track record, newly re-elected Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa this week slammed the U.S. Senate's rejection of a proposal to expand federal background check regulations, asking "who had appointed the U.S. arbiter of good and evil to rule on human rights in other countries."
The online sales tax bill will face an uphill battle in the Republican-dominated House of Representatives, despite broad bipartisan support in the Senate.
Officially titled the "storm water management fee," Maryland's "rain tax" received its first pushback this week from Anne Arundel County Executive Laura Neuman.