The IRS has abused its power and misused its resources, so it deserves the budget cuts it got in the 2015 spending bill, a leading anti-tax group argues.
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The dead owner of a German Shepherd in Indiana wants the dog euthanized and buried with her, people are fighting for the dog's life with a hashtag.
The 2015 spending bill contains plenty of goodies for Harry Reid's state of Nevada.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid opted to send the Senate home for the holidays rather than stick around for the extra days needed to save a popular terrorism insurance program.
Fourteen states cut taxes in 2014, including six traditionally blue states, according to a new report by the American Legislative Exchange Council.
Conservative groups came to Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz's defense after members of Congress from both parties said his immigration maneuver during the spending bill fight was a political failure that ultimately helped Democrats.
The government is offering cheaper mortgages to first-time homebuyers, a risky move that could pave the way for another financial crisis, a mortgage foreclosure lawyer told The Daily Caller News Foundation.
MoveOn.org will rally in Iowa this week as part of an ongoing effort to convince Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren to run for president in 2016.
Washington, D.C. transportation officials sent a number of residents free parking permits this week with just one problem -- they expired more than two months ago.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have yet to repay a $188 billion taxpayer bailout, but the Federal Housing and Finance Administration ordered the agencies Thursday to begin diverting some of their profits to low-income housing funds.
Democrats are putting up a fuss over a provision of the House spending bill that would loosen a rule for big banks, saying the measure is a handout for Wall Street at the expense of taxpayers.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen recently met with a group of liberal activists behind closed doors to discuss monetary policy. Now conservatives want a meeting of their own.
Rather than address the grim financial realities of Social Security, the Senate Finance Committee held a hearing Tuesday to figure out how to strengthen the program for women, who on average receive fewer benefits than men.
In an act of war against Wall Street, Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren is furiously drumming up opposition to President Obama's pick for an important Treasury Department position.
The University of Virginia's "Jackie" may not be the first alleged rape story Sabrina Erdely and Rolling Stone got wrong.
The White House says it is doing a very good job on the economy and asked Congress on Friday to refrain from screwing it up.
States have lost $5 billion in revenue this year to a black market for cigarettes fueled by huge tax disparities across the country.
Democrats and Republicans in the House voted 420-0 Tuesday to stop writing Social Security checks to Nazi war criminals.
Congress is preparing to once more extend an entire package of expiring tax breaks, thanks to an explosive veto threat from President Barack Obama that killed a deal between Senate Democrats and House Republicans last week.