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  • W.Va. man sentenced in mine kickback scheme

    A Delbarton man has been sentenced to three years and five months in federal prison for spearheading a kickback scheme at an Arch Coal mine in southern West Virginia. David E. Runyon also was fined $15,000 Tuesday. He pleaded guilty last year in...
  • Mr. Wrong: The IRS government is throttling my passwords

    Mr. Wrong: The IRS government is throttling my passwords
    I am cutting back on Cable Television for a while in order to save money, so if anybody watches the “Game of Thrones” and wants to let me come over and watch it on Sunday nights so I don’t get Spoilered by all the people doing “...
  • Report: IHSA executive pay up, contracts mostly secret

    Records regarding salaries, contracts and sponsorship deals for the Illinois High School Association are kept secret despite more than 80 percent of its members being public schools, according to a Chicago Sun-Times report. Documents obtained by the...
  • Former State Fraud Investigator Pleads Guilty To Fraud

    The former top fraud investigator for the state welfare department pleaded guilty Monday in federal court to a charge of fraud, admitting he lied about his assets when applying for a mortgage assistance program created for home owners battered by job loss...
  • Summer Sweepstakes Official Rules

    THE HARTFORD COURANT SUMMER SWEEPSTAKES OFFICIAL RULES 1. NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN THIS PROMOTION. 2. The Hartford Courant Summer Sweepstakes (the “Promotion”) is sponsored by The Hartford Courant...
  • Isle casinos join fight against tax change on slots

    Isle casinos join fight against tax change on slots
    A proposed federal tax change could create more paperwork for casinos, irritate gamblers on a hot streak and cost state governments, say opponents who are lobbying aggressively against it. Two legislators from Florida and the parent company of the...
  • Oswego police investigating scam involving phony IRS agent

    Oswego police investigating scam involving phony IRS agent
    An Oswego resident was bilked out of nearly $5,000 in a telephone scam involving a phony IRS agent, police said. Police are investigating a theft by deception incident after a resident received a call from someone claiming to be an IRS agent. The caller...
  • IRS hack: What to do when your Social Security number is exposed

    IRS hack: What to do when your Social Security number is exposed
    Consumers are prodded to reset online passwords after they’re leaked in a cyberattack. But what to do when a Social Security number becomes public? This week’s revelation that fraudsters accessed archived federal tax filings of 100,000...
  • Attorneys for Troy Kelley dispute conflict of interest

    Attorneys for indicted Washington state Auditor Troy Kelley filed a motion Friday asking a federal judge to reject a request for an inquiry into a possible conflict of interest of a member of the law firm, saying none had provided any advice regarding...
  • Key charge against Hastert a rare one in Chicago's federal court

    Key charge against Hastert a rare one in Chicago's federal court
    The charge of illegally structuring bank withdrawals against former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert is more typically used to target drug dealers and business owners who try to hide assets from the Internal Revenue Service, according to a Tribune...
  • Dennis Hastert's withdrawals drew federal attention. Will yours?

    Dennis Hastert's withdrawals drew federal attention. Will yours?
    The indictment of former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert raises questions about what consumers can and can't do with their money and what kinds of withdrawals and other transactions might trigger attention from the IRS or other federal agencies. Q:...