House Ways and Means Committee chairman Kevin Brady, R-Texas, discussed plans to revamp the federal tax code Tuesday morning, including a dramatic drop in corporate taxes and restructuring the IRS.
Environment | Science | Nation | Energy | BusinessNPR | Jan. 24, 2017 12:36 p.m.
The Standing Rock Sioux released a statement promising to take legal action against the federal government, calling Trump's decision "a slap in the face to Native Americans.”
Farmers are shy; chefs are ferocious. But they need each other to put local food on restaurant tables. A "speed-dating" event in Washington, D.C. matches farmers with chefs, aided by free beer.
Recently discovered tweets show Sean Spicer has been at odds with the "ice cream of the future" for years. On Monday, Dippin' Dots tried to end the (one-sided) feud with a letter asking to be friends.
The prime minister's office says the ruling "does nothing to change" its timetable of leaving the economic union by the end of March.
The president greeted business leaders on his first full weekday in office by promising to eliminate three-fourths of federal regulations. Easier said than done. Much easier.
Election | Nation | Technology | BusinessNPR | Jan. 23, 2017 3:38 p.m.
A champion of limited government, Pai has indicated plans to reel back Internet and other regulations. As FCC commissioner since 2012, Pai typically was a reliable opponent of Democrats' proposals.
In his decision, Judge John Bates said he believed health insurance giant Aetna had tried to leverage its original support for Obamacare to get federal approval for its acquisition of rival Humana.
For many weeks, the president said he would step away from managing his businesses, but offered no evidence. Now documents are turning up, showing he no longer is listed as top executive.