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Federal Workers Are About to Miss Their First Paycheck
As stories about the shutdown's effects on the federal workforce stream in, it's worth considering just who these federal workers are, and how vulnerable many are to a missed paycheck.
Residents of Politically Divided Counties Give Less to Charity
New research finds higher levels of philanthropy in ideologically homogeneous areas.
This Chart Explains Why the IRS Isn't Ready to Answer Your Questions About the New Tax Law
The tax reform legislation will simply place more burden on an already overtaxed agency.
A New Report Sheds Light on the Tea Party's IRS Delusion
The TIGTA report underscores the false notion of tyrannical taxation that some libertarians have been fixating on for years.
Why Is the IRS Delaying New Rules for Dark Money Groups?
The agency has pushed back indefinitely a hearing on new regulations for social welfare non-profits that spend money on politics.
IRS Does Nothing After Political Dark Money Group Ignores the Law
The Government Integrity Fund spent most of its money on election ads, despite IRS rules prohibiting a social welfare non-profit from doing so.
What the IRS’s Ruling Means for Bitcoin and Other Digital Currencies
The recent notice is a surreal step that brings what was once an anarchist’s dream come true closer to being a tool of the state.
Who Controls the Koch Brothers' Shady Political Network?
Obscure limited liability companies have ultimate say over the Koch network’s non-profits, which spend hundreds of millions of dollars to advance conservative causes.