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The firestorm buffeting the Internal Revenue Service intensified Friday as lawmakers began what they promised would be an extensive effort to learn whether there was any political motivation or White House involvement in the agency's recently
A Colorado conservative group believed to be targeted by the Internal Revenue Service is operating without any tax-exempt status and spent more than $1 million last year against Democrats, public records show...He applied for 501(c)(4) status last
Published May 17, 2013 FoxNews.com The outgoing IRS commissioner claimed Friday that his agency's practice of singling out conservative groups for extra scrutiny was "foolish" and "horrible" -- but not illegal. That determination, however, is up to
What spousal benefits is someone entitled to if they were a teacher who will receive a pension in retirement and didn't pay into the Social Security program while working?...Answer: A spokesperson for the Social Security Administration offered this
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals says it has been the victim of politically-motivated attacks by the U.S...Nixon years and tactics more commonly attributed to totalitarian regimes."
For the fourth straight year, Missouri lawmakers were entering the final day of their annual session with a proposal to overhaul the state's numerous tax credit programs still lingering as a remote possibility...Friday, legislative leaders planned to
House holds first hearings on IRS tax targeting John Boehner: "Somebody made a decision... and I doubt that it was some low-level employees" The US Congress is holding the first in a series of hearings on the tax authority's practice of targeting
First, back in February, Attorney General Eric Holder christened the unofficial official doctrine of "Too Big to Jail."...Of course, it was only the christening of another neat little name. The actual doctrine has been official policy of America's
Back a few years ago, President Richard Nixon pressured the IRS to audit groups on his "enemies list." The IRS resisted Nixon's pressure and instead audited him for his 1970, '71, and '72 tax returns. Today our IRS, recognizing Obama's superior
As to how we got to this point, the answer involves disparate elements like a provision of tax law adopted a century ago a provision that had nothing to do with political campaigns and a change in tax law adopted in 1954 at the behest of Lyndon B.