CNBC's John Harwood reports IRS acting commissioner Steven Miller said he was "not politically motivated in targeting conservative groups" today on the Hill.» Read More
CNBC's John Harwood reports IRS acting commissioner Steven Miller said he was "not politically motivated in targeting conservative groups" today on the Hill.
Lawmaker Rep. Sander Levin (D-MI) explains his concern over the IRS scandal. "We need to be sure that this isn't politicized," he says.
President Obama says he learned of the IRS controversy along with the public, and 2 hearings into the scandal are planned for this week, with CNBC's Eamon Javers.
Bryan Shaw plead guilty to conspiring to commit securities fraud in the KPMG case, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
The Supreme Court agrees to consider whether mutual fund employees are subject to the same whistleblower protections as those who work for publicly traded companies.
Steven A. Cohen has received a subpoena to testify before a grand jury in the government's insider trading investigation into his hedge fund, the NYT reports.
SAC said it may not be able to provider investors with frequent updates regarding the government insider-trading probe but there will be "more clarity" soon.
Maritime pirates are honing their tactics and beefing up their weaponry. Here are the world’s most pirate-infested waters, and learn about individual attacks from each place.
Will the IRS scandal and continued huge deficits embolden the Tea Party in 2014? CNBC Contributor Jared Bernstein and Jennifer Stefano, Americans For Prosperity discuss.
It's hard to believe the IRS scandal of targeting conservative groups is limited to only 2 people. Jennifer Stefano, American For Prosperity PA state director and Bill Hennessy, St. Louis Tea Party Coalition co-founder, share their opinions.
Discussing news the IRS was targeting Conservative groups, with CNBC's Rick Santelli; Mark Everson, former IRS Commissioner; and Jim Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute.
President Obama said IRS conduct targeting conservative groups for extra tax scrutiny was "inexcusable" and that acting IRS Commissioner Steven Miller is out.
President Obama addressed the IRS scandal, saying the acting IRS commissioner Steven Miller has resigned, with CNBC's Tyler Mathisen, Eamon Javers and Larry Kudlow.
President Obama addresses the IRS scandal, saying "the responsible parties will be held accountable," and that he "will make sure going forward the laws are applied as should be in a fair and impartial way."
President Obama is preparing to make a statement on the IRS investigation after it admitted to targeting conservative groups, with CNBC's Melissa Lee, Larry Kudlow and Eamon Javers. Mark Hannah, Huffington Post and Tony Fratto, Hamilton Place Strategies weigh in.
JPMorgan makes a formal legal request to Bloomberg for more information about what information they had access to, reports CNBC's Kayla Tausche.
House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner suggesting jail time over the IRS's targeting of conservative groups for extra scrutiny.
CNBC's Eamon Javers offers insight on U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder's comments on the reported targeting by the IRS, and the AP scandal.
CNBC's Eamon Javers offers insight on what Attorney General Eric Holder said about the AP scandal, as well as the targeting by the IRS on conservative groups.
Attorney General Eric Holder remarks on the AP scandal, as well as the targeting by the IRS on conservative groups.
Trevor Cook appears to be a local boy who made good in Minneapolis, where he runs an investment fund called the Oxford Group. Along with three cohorts, Cook solicits an amazing $190 million dollars from 700 U.S. investors, many of whom heard his message through a talk radio star. The investors think their money is going into securities, but they'll be shocked to see how Trevor and his boys blow their hard-earned savings, turning a historic mansion into a den of debauchery.
By day, Trevor Cook and his associates claim to run a $4 billion hedge fund. By night, they convert their million dollar Minnesota mansion into a lurid den of decadence.
Minnesotan foreign currency trader Trevor Cook tries to recruit local investment banker Ty Schlobohm into his scheme. At first, Schlobohm's impressed with the plan, but does his research and soon learns that Cook and his cohorts are not who they seem.