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The IRS is going for a more high-tech approach, which could end up hurting taxpayers, reports USA Today.
The much-awaited Santa rally has evaded the market since the surge in stock prices in the first half of last week.
Although the energy sector has weighed down the markets, this expert believes investors should still invest in energy stocks.
Unlike an earlier version, the new law allows authorities to use digital information without regard to timeliness.
Its time to take some of the drama out of the data-access process in fighting terrorism, says former Homeland Security Chief Michael Chertoff.
Rick Santorum says he hopes the Iowa caucuses will give his long-shot presidential candidacy a boost, despite his weak polling numbers.
Despite a lot of alarm to the contrary, America's bridges aren't that bad overall.
In the span of a mere 11 days this month, $1 billion in future federal tax payments vanished. Here's why. The NYT reports.
Jack Welch, a Republican supporter, weighs into the gun debate, saying he sees many wealthy seniors buying handguns.
Hillary Clinton plans to signal she'll propose further tax increases on wealthy Americans while collecting a public endorsement from Warren Buffett.
The House of Representatives Democratic leader said concerns have risen about the tax extender and U.S. spending bill.
Democrats, Republican defense hawks and businesses seeking tax breaks are the big winners as lawmakers finalize the spending and tax deal.
Congressional negotiators edged closer to a historic deal to lift a 40-year-old ban on U.S. crude oil exports as part of a government spending bill.
A solid majority of Americans opposes Donald Trump's plan to halt entry of Muslims into the U.S., a new NBC News-Wall Street Journal poll said.
No bailout or bankruptcy court included. The New York Times reports.
Steve Forbes says Americans aren't worried about income inequality.
A sticking point in the end-of-year spending fight in Congress involves money, symbolism, Obamacare and presidential politics.
Concerns on whether proposed air pollution regulations in the U.S. are ‘fatally flawed’ have been dismissed by the organization who backs it.
She said that the economic data since October is consistent with the central bank's expectations of an improved job market.
A Reuters analysis showed traders are less likely to respond to repeated ultimatums from Republicans in the U.S. Congress about the debt limit.