Using funds provided by the Inflation Reduction Act, the IRS has already collected more than $520 million from 1,600 millionaires who had unpaid tax bills of more than $250,000. The IRS could collect as much as $851 billion in additional tax revenue over the next decade.
I know so many working class families can relate to my experiences, but I wonder how many of our elected leaders have ever had to worry about how they will put food on the table and provide for their families.
Hundreds of thousands of Virginians breathed a sigh of relief on Saturday night as federal employees, active duty military, and the contractors who work closely with the government learned that an Oct. 1 shutdown had been narrowly avoided. Both of Virginia’s U.S....
The second debate featured seven candidates, who combined, are trailing frontrunner Donald Trump by a whopping 17 points in the polls, making it a bit of an exercise in futility. But even if the debate is unlikely to affect the outcome of the primary, it says a lot about the state of the Republican party.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy announced the probe on Tuesday, caving to pressure from far-right Republicans who’ve threatened to remove him from his position if he fails to impeach Biden.
Vivek Ramaswamy, Ron DeSantis, Tim Scott, Doug Burgum, Nikki Haley, and Mike Pence all pledged to support the former president even if he’s convicted for the many crimes he’s been charged with.
Former president Donald Trump has been indicted on 91 charges–so far–on both the state and federal level. These charges include conspiracy, obstruction, willful retention of national defense information, and more.
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito Under Fire for Accepting Luxury Fishing Trip From Conservative Donor
A few years after Alito reportedly took a trip to Alaska paid for by Republican donor Paul Singer, the Supreme Court issued a ruling in a case involving Singer that netted his hedge fund $2.4 billion.
As of March, about half of the more than 1,000 people charged have pleaded guilty and 445 defendants have been sentenced, according to the Justice department.
House Republicans have spent their first 100 days in power discussing plans to cut social programs like Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and food assistance and conducting half-baked and conspiracy-fueled investigations.