Internal Revenue Service
IRS commissioner said new anti-fraud systems need to be ready this summer.
One phone scammer was able to get $500,000 from one taxpayer.
A GAO report found that the IRS issued $5.8 billion in fraudulent refunds in 2013.
Taxpayers have a 50 percent chance of getting a live representative if they call.
“This is waterboarding at its worst," says one House lawmaker.
A bipartisan pair of senators introduced a bill on Friday that would require the IRS to give a...
Sharyl Attkisson has sued the Obama administration for $35 million.
"Everyone knows we’re trying to do some tax extenders ... but we’ll see," the senator said.
Tea Party groups with tax-exempt status no longer have reason to sue, a judge ruled.
A bipartisan group of senators called on the IRS to stop tax refund fraud.
The House late Tuesday passed legislation to highlight congressional committees' investigations of...
The agency acknowledged in June that a stash of Lois Lerner's emails couldn't be found.
The IRS lost $5.8 billion in fraudulent refund claims in 2013.
"There is potential criminal activity," a deputy IG told the Oversight panel.
Republicans accused the IRS of seizing the assets of innocent small businesses.
An eye toward a total overhaul of the tax code did not stop Senate lawmakers from advancing 17...
Twenty months after the scandal broke, there are many unanswered questions.
Some Republicans say John Koskinen has lost his chance to win them over.
The already cash-strapped agency faces another $350 million cut.
A Treasury watchdog may have found up to 30,000 emails to or from Lerner.
The IRS needs to boost its efforts to protect that data, an inspector general finds.
The Senate passed a bill that stops the IRS from taxing tribal welfare benefits.
Lawmakers will consider stopgap government funding and arming Syrian rebels to fight ISIS.
Sen. Dan Coats (R-Ind.) said a new report proves the medical device tax isn’t working.