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  • Kleiner Perkins lawyer may challenge Ellen Pao's financial motivation for suit

    SAN FRANCISCO Ellen Pao's stories of discrimination and retaliation at one of the world's most prestigious venture capital firms continued to fray as Kleiner Perkins' attorney Wednesday launched another grueling round of cross-examination that portrayed...
  • 67,700 Floridians may be owed tax refund for 2011

    67,700 Floridians may be owed tax refund for 2011
    An estimated 67,700 Floridians who did not file a federal income tax return for 2011 may have a refund coming — but they'll lose the money unless they submit a 2011 tax return by April 15. The median potential refund is $720 for Floridians who...
  • John Kass: Another Clinton scandal creates a sense of déjà vu

    First, Hillary Clinton must deal with that debilitating email scandal on the road to becoming president of the United States. Then and only then will she be able to claim her true destiny and see her will become law, and her likeness carved into the...
  • Another Clinton scandal has John Kass experiencing deja vu

     Another Clinton scandal has John Kass experiencing deja vu
    First, Hillary Clinton must deal with that debilitating email scandal on the road to becoming president of the United States. Then and only then will she be able to claim her true destiny and see her will become law, and her likeness carved into the...
  • 2 public employees arrested on tax evasion charges

    An investigation by the Internal Revenue Service into the alleged failure by public employees to pay taxes has led to two arrests. Troy Hester of Hartford and Ajmal Jenkins of Middletown face tax evasion charges. The U.S. Attorney's office says the...
  • Payroll company owner gets prison time for diverting taxes

    A payroll company owner who diverted federal payroll taxes for his personal use must pay $1.1 million in restitution and serve two years in prison. Warren Hebert of Barrington was also sentenced Tuesday in federal court to two years of supervised release...
  • Pamela Yip: IRS impostors, scams are running rampant

    For the 15th consecutive year, identity theft tops the Federal Trade Commission's list of consumer complaints. Close behind, in third place, is impostor scams in which con artists impersonate government officials or others. The report comes in the...
  • Alcohol, tobacco, firearms and -- marimbas?

    Tax season is in full swing, with more than 39 million returns already processed, thanks to the ruthless efficiency of the Internal Revenue Service, America's second least-loved federal agency. Yes, I said second least-loved, even though most citizens...
  • Two Public Employees Facing Tax Evasion Charges

    Two public employees, one from the Metropolitan District and one from the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, were indicted on tax evasion charges, federal authorities announced Monday. Troy Hester, 42, of Hartford, and Ajmal Jenkins, 39,...
  • Missouri Supreme Court takes over cases in Ferguson; judge resigns

    FERGUSON, Mo. The Missouri Supreme Court announced Monday that it will take the "extraordinary action" of reassigning all Ferguson municipal court cases to the circuit court, starting next week. In a news release, the court announced the move was...
  • AP Analysis: Why does health overhaul drama continue?

    President Barack Obama's health overhaul remains an all-consuming drama for many, even though millions of people are gaining insurance coverage through a law that's now 5 years old. During oral arguments last week in the latest Supreme Court case brought...