New Study Proves America’s ‘Takers’ Are Better Givers Than Miserly Rich

New Study Proves America’s ‘Takers’ Are Better Givers Than Miserly Rich

While charitable donations by the wealthy plummeted, the poor gave more. ...

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Weekend Reader: ‘To Make Men Free: A History Of The Republican Party’

Weekend Reader: ‘To Make Men Free: A History Of The Republican Party’

How the Progressive Party was sparked by Roosevelt's opposition to big business. ...

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Senator Wants To Strip NFL Of Tax-Exempt Status In Light Of Abuse Cases

Senator Wants To Strip NFL Of Tax-Exempt Status In Light Of Abuse Cases

Cory Booker wants sports leagues to pay taxes and have that money go towards domestic violence victims. ...

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Eyeing Revenue, States Try To Predict Billionaires’ Moves

Eyeing Revenue, States Try To Predict Billionaires’ Moves

By Elaine S. Povich, Stateline.org WASHINGTON -- The wealthiest Americans can move markets at home and abroad with their business decisions. When they sell massive quantities of s ...

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Companies Win Federal Contracts While Flouting Labor Law

Companies Win Federal Contracts While Flouting Labor Law

By Mandy Locke and Franco Ordonez, McClatchy Washington Bureau RALEIGH, N.C. -- Robert Malick has weathered plenty of uncertainty in the 22 years he's run a multimillion-dollar he ...

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Auditioning For The Electorate

Auditioning For The Electorate

Around Washington you can tell football season is upon us because Congress is lining up to punt its work until after the elections. Lawmakers have plenty to do over the next month ...

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Should Companies Have To Pay Taxes?

Should Companies Have To Pay Taxes?

Reading companies' annual reports to the Securities and Exchange Commission is a reliable cure for insomnia. Every so often, though, there is a significant revelation in the paper ...

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Burger King To Buy Tim Hortons; New Firm To Be Based In Canada

Burger King To Buy Tim Hortons; New Firm To Be Based In Canada

By Jim Puzzanghera, Los Angeles Times Burger King Worldwide Inc. said Tuesday it would buy the Tim Hortons coffee-and-doughnut chain for about $11.4 billion and shift the new firm ...

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Taxes Go To Operation Of Presidential Libraries

Taxes Go To Operation Of Presidential Libraries

By Dahleen Glanton, Chicago Tribune CHICAGO -- In the nearly 60 years since the federal government became the official caretaker of former U.S. presidents' historical documents, p ...

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Democrats To Introduce Bill To Target Corporate Inversions

Democrats To Introduce Bill To Target Corporate Inversions

By Katherine Skiba, Chicago Tribune WASHINGTON -- Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) said he and other Democrats will unveil a bill Tuesday to curb corporate tax dodging. No federal contr ...

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