In 2009, the IRS formed a special team to unravel the complex tax-lowering strategies of the nation’s wealthiest people. But with big money — and Congress — arrayed against the team, it never had a chance.
This map shows who gets audited the most by the IRS. Notice anything? From 2012 to 2015, the most heavily audited county in the US was an area where more than 1/3 of its mostly black residents are below the poverty line.
Khashoggi supporters launch group to advocate for democratic rights in the Arab world
Trump administration is stepping up scrutiny of past Chinese tech investments
Trump’s Former Campaign Manager Brad Parscale Arrested and Hospitalized for Mental Health Evaluation
I got abruptly fired from my last job for mysterious reasons (that is to say, no reason) as we were getting unprecedented amounts of traffic... specifically for our border debunkings. After that, they accepted at least $400k from Facebook. (I refused to take money from them.)
6) DNI info to Graham:...concerning U.S. Presidential candidate Donald Trump and Russian hackers hampering U.S. elections as a means of distracting the public from her use of a private mail server.’”
CNN’s live shot at the Supreme Court is crashed by people who yelled "CNN is fake news!
CNN's Poppy Harlow to WH Spox Brian Morgenstern: "These are remarkable reporters from the NYTimes... It is not OK for you to accuse them with no facts of coordinating with the Democratic Party. Please stop doing that or this interview will end. Brian, stop attacking the press."
It is impossible to read this exceptional @nytimes story on Trump's taxes & not conclude he is a crook, his kids are crooks, his companies are badly mismanaged & his financial future is precarious. His creditors own him. We need to know who they are.
Here’s the conundrum: Florida law states felons can’t vote before paying all their sentence-related debts. Problem is: many can’t find out how much they owe. There’s no centralized system. We saw old debts handwritten on index cards.
Watch: Female lawmakers line the steps of the Capitol as Ruth Bader Ginsburg's casket departs
New York City Board of Elections says vendor error led to voters getting mail-in ballots with return envelopes containing wrong names and addresses