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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Internal Revenue Service
Two Georgia men with a seeming penchant for "Seinfeld" television-type humor have pleaded guilty to trying to steal the identities of more than 10 people — including that of U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder.
I don't know about you, but I'm hearing more and more from people around the country who are terrified about where the nation is headed.
Rep. Elijah Cummings, Maryland Democrat, said Friday that the conflict between him and Rep. Darrell Issa, California Republican, is about more than just a clash between the two parties.
Jurors in the first criminal trial stemming from Bernard Madoff's epic fraud were soon to start weighing the charges against five of the fallen financier's ex-employees after summations wrapped up Friday.
A Kansas City man who masterminded what prosecutors call the largest federal false claims case ever prosecuted in Missouri has been sentenced to 13 years in federal prison and must repay the government more than $950,000.
House Republicans beat back a push from Democrats Thursday to force Rep. Darrell Issa to formally apologize on the House floor after he cut off the microphone of the top Democrat on the oversight committee last week during a heated hearing.
The noose tightens around the neck of Lois Lerner, once an enforcer at the Internal Revenue Service with duties to protect the interests of Democrats.
Majority Leader Harry Reid, Nevada Democrat, blamed the Koch brothers for influencing GOP lawmakers to delay Ukraine legislation, continuing his crusade against the billionaire brothers, The Hill reported Thursday.
IRS officials disclosed that keys at two leased Treasury Department buildings in Washington have been "compromised," and the agency has signed off on an emergency no-bid contract for a locksmith to change hundreds of locks.
A former Swiss banker pleaded guilty Wednesday to his role in a fraud scheme that prosecutors say helped U.S. taxpayers hide as much as $3 billion in assets from the IRS.
Federal authorities say the former director of the Cleveland Job Corps Center has been indicted on charges that he withheld more than $870,000 in federal taxes from employees but never paid the money to the Internal Revenue Service.
What would a president do if he were furious over criticism, or felt that his noble aims justified most means of attaining them?
The Internal Revenue Service says more Alabamians are filing their tax returns electronically.
The Catholic Archdiocese of Seattle says some employees and volunteers may be victims of national tax refund fraud because of a data breach.
The Internal Revenue Service says Tennesseans are e-filing tax returns in record numbers.