Articles Tagged 'money'
Outside cash floods nasty Missouri race that could decide control of Senate
ST. LOUIS — The incredibly tight Senate race in Missouri is flooded with more outside money than any other midterm contest in the country, and… READ MORE
Peru opposition leader Keiko Fujimori detained over ‘money laundering’
Keiko Fujimori, the leader of Peru’s political opposition and daughter of former autocrat Alberto Fujimori, has been detained as part of an investigation into alleged… READ MORE
GoFundMe couple allegedly spent homeless man’s money on shoe collection, pricey vacations: report
The lawyer for a homeless man in Philadelphia whose selflessness led to donations of over $400,000 through an online fundraising page reportedly said the couple… READ MORE
Maxine Waters hit with FEC complaint over mailer money
Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters, one of the most outspoken members of the anti-Trump ‘resistance’ in Congress, is facing fresh questions about a longstanding controversy regarding… READ MORE
Latino non-profit faces questions over big money, involvement in immigrant kids’ housing
As debate continues over the Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance” immigration policy, questions are being asked about a non-profit group that has collected huge amounts of government… READ MORE
IRS to Withhold Low Income Taxpayers OWN Money
WASHINGTON – The IRS is delaying tax refunds for more than 40 million low-income families this year as the agency steps up efforts to fight… READ MORE
Trump hasn’t taken office yet, but he’s probably already had an impact on your finances
Donald Trump hasn’t even taken office yet, but the president-elect has probably had an impact on your money.
In the weeks since the American presidential… READ MORE
Fed keeps rates unchanged ahead of election
The Federal Reserve is opting not to raise interest rates less than a week before the presidential election.
The central bank’s policy committee announced Wednesday… READ MORE
Stimulus money and weird science: Benefit or boondoggle?
By: Robert Nolan and John Maines, Sun-Sentinel.com
Tipsy mice and sexed-up cactus bugs have been enlisted to help in America’s economic recovery. But will they do much to boost employment?
The critters are the stars of two seemingly flaky projects among several at Florida universities being funded by hundreds of thousands of federal stimulus dollars. The projects, whose usefulness is… READ MORE