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The Obama administration's flagship effort to help people in danger of losing their homes is falling flat.
The Obama administration's flagship effort to help people in danger of losing their homes is falling flat, according to new data released by the Treasury Department on Monday.
The parent company of United Medical Center, which has received about $100 million from D.C. taxpayers, continued paying big fees to its lobbyists even as millions of dollars in taxes went unpaid.
The Swiss Parliament on Tuesday approved a treaty with the United States that will hand thousands of files on suspected tax cheats to U.S. authorities, but obstacles remain that could delay the deal for several more months.
A South Dakota minister says he wants to do for religious freedom what the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. did for civil rights.
Immigrant-rights groups sought to tap some of the movement's energy Thursday by using the protests to argue legalization of illegal immigrants would generate more tax revenue. Tea partiers, however, didn't buy it.
California Highway Patrol Sgt. Trent Cross said the driver of a rig hauling produce on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge lost control on the westbound bridge's troublesome S-curve at about 3:30 a.m. Monday.
President-elect Barack Obama's Treasury Secretary nominee, who would oversee the Internal Revenue Service, failed to pay nearly $35,000 in federal taxes from 2001 to 2004 and has a history of mistakes and late-filing, senators preparing to vote on the pick said Tuesday.