The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced today that identity thieves have illegally accessed tax information for more than 100,000 taxpayers with unsuccessful attempts made on approximately 100,000 additional taxpayer accounts.
The Federal Reserve is on track to raise interest rates later this year. Chair Janet Yellen has good reasons to push ahead, but she may not get very far in her quest to “normalize” rates.
Pressure is mounting from both sides of the political to increase spending in a variety of areas.
VA will not pick up the bill for in vitro fertilization, which fertility experts say offers those with spinal cord and genital injuries the best hope for a biological child.
Washington lawmakers are demanding an accounting of how many airport security badges have been lost or stolen around the country as an NBC News investigation reveals the problem may be bigger than originally thought.
The Environmental Protection Agency has been holding a series of meetings on a new rule giving the federal government the power to regulate pollution in smaller bodies of water.
The National Security Agency has tested the use of smartphone-swipe recognition technology, according to the tool’s manufacturer.
Critics say the Environmental Protection Agency cajoled the public into supporting a controversial proposed regulation with an unprecedented social media campaign, pushing the boundaries of legal agency advocacy.