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  • Palos Park police warn of telephone scam

    Palos Park police warn of telephone scam
    Palos Park police are warning residents to be wary of telephone scams after a rash of reports from people about getting calls from persons claiming to be Internal Revenue Service employees. Police Chief Joe Miller said five residents reported...
  • The $187 Million Cancer Charity Scam: What Gives?

    The $187 Million Cancer Charity Scam: What Gives?
    It's apparently much easier to run a sham charity than to stop a sham charity in the United States. It took the Federal Trade Commission, the attorneys general from all 50 states and the District of Columbia, years of consumer complaints, a half-dozen...
  • Lawyer charged with failing to pay nearly $800,000 in income taxes

     Lawyer charged with failing to pay nearly $800,000 in income taxes
    A Chicago attorney has been charged with failing to pay nearly $800,000 in federal income taxes over two decades, including for income he received in connection with the state of Illinois' lawsuit against tobacco companies. Daniel Soso, 63, was...
  • Congress' corporate tax cuts punish Americans

    Congress' corporate tax cuts punish Americans
    Congress grants huge tax breaks to corporations while spending less on government services important to the average American Congress keeps feeding big corporations huge tax cuts they don't deserve, even as it starves average Americans of the services...
  • Think like a liberal -- or else

    What happens when the public does not wish to live out the utopian dreams of its elite leaders? Usually, the answer for those leaders is to seek more coercion and less liberty to force people to think progressively. Here at home, President Barack Obama...
  • REDEYE FREEKIN WKND SPRING AWAKENING MUSIC FESTIVAL SWEEPSTAKES OFFICIAL RULES

    1. NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE WILL NOT IMPROVE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. The RedEye FREEkin Wknd Spring Awakening Music Festival Sweepstakes (the “Promotion”) is sponsored by RedEye, a Chicago...
  • IRS believes thieves who stole taxpayer identities are from Russia

    IRS believes thieves who stole taxpayer identities are from Russia
    IRS investigators believe the identity thieves who stole the personal tax information of more than 100,000 taxpayers from an IRS website are part of a sophisticated criminal operation based in Russia, two officials told the Associated Press. The...
  • Bribe at CONCACAF meeting got soccer investigation rolling

    The scandal that rocked international soccer Wednesday may have gotten its start four years ago in a conference room at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Trinidad, where officials attending a meeting of the Caribbean soccer union were handed envelopes containing...
  • Congreso quiere detalles de robo de información a IRS

    Congreso quiere detalles de robo de información a IRS
    El Congreso de Estados Unidos exigió respuestas sobre la identidad de los ladrones que robaron información personal de impuestos de más de 100.000 contribuyentes de un sitio web del Servicio Interno del Tesoro (IRS por sus siglas en inglés). El...
  • FIFA corruption scandal may not hurt U.S. soccer

    FIFA corruption scandal may not hurt U.S. soccer
    The corruption charges against officials of FIFA, the World Cup's sanctioning body, are not necessarily bad for soccer in this country. Americans love organized crime dramas. Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel put out word at Re/code's Code conference that his...
  • Feds feared S. Fla. activist, CPA accused of fraud would flee to Jamaica

    Feds feared S. Fla. activist, CPA accused of fraud would flee to Jamaica
    More than 75 people — some of whom may be victims — were in court Wednesday in a striking show of support for a prominent South Florida community activist and accountant accused of running a multimillion-dollar tax fraud. But a federal judge...