IRS staffers delinquent on their taxes got more than $1 million in bonuses in recent years.
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Gallup's economic confidence index has stayed essentially level the last three weeks.
The American Farm Bureau Federation’s president called the rule “the biggest federal land grab — in terms of power over land use — that we’ve seen to date.”
The president’s top housing official warned lawmakers Tuesday that housing reform legislation pending in the Senate could be their best chance to change in the law in years.
U.S. farmers say importing Brazilian beef could contaminate the nation's food supply and cost the industry billions.
National Farmers Union (NFU) President Roger Johnson warned the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) on Tuesday not to allow beef imports from Brazil, where the country's livestock recently suffered from foot and mouth disease.
A report from a liberal group says the most prominent chains slashed $232 million off their tax bill through a tax break for stock options and other performance pay given to executives.
The appropriations process is off to a historically early start.
He was criticized for failing to put forward a plan during the last funding debate.
Lenders are allegedly pushing students to repay in full when co-signers die or go bankrupt.
Uncertainty over whether Congress will extend a federal backstop for terrorism insurance is making that coverage more expensive and harder to find, according to a new report.