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  • GOP has few options to get Clinton emails short of arresting her

    WASHINGTON If Republican lawmakers really want to read Hillary Clinton's missing emails, they have a long way to go to get their hands on them. Congressional power only goes so far. The Republican-controlled House of Representatives could vote to sue the...
  • A May Day mayday on wages

     A May Day mayday on wages
    In my 20s I was a socialist, not just by intellectual conviction but as a function of location. I was a student at the University of Chicago, where disdain for the establishment was de rigueur in the 1950s. The U. of C.'s quadrangles adjoined the...
  • Former GOP Official Gallo Pleads Guilty To Mail Fraud

    Former GOP Official Gallo Pleads Guilty To Mail Fraud
    HARTFORD — George Gallo, the former House Republicans chief of staff and the top aide to then-House Minority Leader Larry Cafero, pleaded guilty Monday to a federal mail fraud charge. Gallo, 46, of East Hampton, faces 15 to 21 months in federal...
  • S. Fla. doctor sentenced to 2 years in prison, $50,000 fine for hiding $18M from IRS

    S. Fla. doctor sentenced to 2 years in prison, $50,000 fine for hiding $18M from IRS
    A South Florida doctor who admitted he hid $18 million income from the IRS was sentenced to two years in federal prison Monday. Dr. Krishna Tripuraneni, 57, settled his tab of more than $11.8 million in taxes, penalties and interest in the months prior...
  • Gloucester, Mathews weekly crime log

    Gloucester In the 6800 block of Waltons Lane At 4:54 p.m. on April 19, shoplifting report was received from Wal-Mart. Loss prevention observed an unknown male concealing general merchandise on his person and exit past all points of sale. When...
  • Clinton Foundation admits missteps in donor disclosure

    Clinton Foundation admits missteps in donor disclosure
    With scrutiny of the Clinton Foundation's financial practices threatening to create political problems for Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential campaign, the organization on Sunday took the unusual step of acknowledging "mistakes" but insisted that it is...
  • We're on a slippery slope toward a totally monitored world

    We're on a slippery slope toward a totally monitored world
    The John Hancock company has announced a program offering discounts on life insurance to customers with good health habits, as registered on their Fitbit monitors — wearable computers that automatically upload data on your physical state. The most...
  • South Florida doctor faces prison time for hiding $18M from IRS

    South Florida doctor faces prison time for hiding $18M from IRS
    When a South Florida doctor is sentenced Monday for failing to pay nearly $6.4 million in taxes on $18 million worth of income he hid from the IRS, he hopes the "remarkably giving life" he has led will keep him out of prison. Dr. Krishna Tripuraneni,...
  • Doctor could face jail time for $6.4 million in tax evasion

    A south Florida doctor who failed to pay nearly $6.4 million in taxes could face up to three years behind bars. The Sun-Sentinel (http://bit.ly/1GwKUGP) reports 57-year-old Dr. Krishna Tripuraneni, a gastroenterologist in a West Palm Beach suburb, will...
  • Florida man named 'Squirrel' threatened to blow up IRS building, officials say

    Florida man named 'Squirrel' threatened to blow up IRS building, officials say
    MIAMI (AP) — A South Florida man who told the FBI his name is "Squirrel" is charged with threatening to blow up the Internal Revenue Service building in Miami. Prosecutors say 53-year-old Morris Whitehead faces up to 10 years in prison if...
  • Personal Finance Q&A: Caps on 401(k) contributions can vary

    Personal Finance Q&A: Caps on 401(k) contributions can vary
    Dear Liz: I understand that anybody with a 401(k) can contribute up to $18,000. Does the amount you can contribute depend on your salary? Say you make $45,000. Therefore I would assume you could put in the full $18,000, or 40% of your salary. Am I wrong?...