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US Has Limited Options to Fight EU Back Taxes on Apple and Other Companies
While the European Commission ’s investigation of retroactive taxes on Apple and other U.S. companies has drawn bipartisan consternation , the official options for the U.S. to take action against their rulings appear limited. On Tuesday, the commission slapped Apple with a $14.5 billion tax bill ,
Sherrod Brown Says Hillary Clinton Will Revitalize the Rust Belt
The Ohio Democratic Senator expressed confidence that Clinton with "bring jobs back to America."
President Obama to Finalize Overhaul of Overtime Rule, Boosting Pay for 4.2M Workers
The Obama administration is moving to finalize changes to double the salary threshold of workers entitled to overtime wages. The Department of Labor is set to settle its overtime protections for workers on Wednesday, extending overtime to an estimated 4.2 million additional workers who are not
'After The View': May 12, 2016
The conversation continues with Hot Topics including Drew Barrymore calling her divorce a failure.
Obama Addresses Corporate Inversions, Calls Tax Loophole ‘Insidious’
President Obama slammed corporate inversions today as "insidious" and argued that Americans end up paying "the tab" when U.S. companies exploit tax loopholes. The Treasury Department announced on Monday that it was taking additional steps to discourage companies from using a tax loophole known as
Hillary Clinton Delivers Remarks on 'Super Saturday'
The Democratic candidate continues to lead her opponent Bernie Sanders in delegates.
Senator Worries Too Many Ineligible People Getting Obamacare Subsidies
The head of a key congressional homeland security committee said today he's worried the Obama administration's system for denying Obamacare tax credits to ineligible applicants is so lax that it could lead to many undocumented immigrants getting coverage. Republican Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin,
President Obama Talks Terror, Congress at Year-End News Conference
The president fielded questions from reporters before leaving for vacation with his family.
Democratic Presidential Candidates: Where They Agree and Disagree on Climate
This month in Paris, the United States along with nearly 200 other countries signed arguably the most sweeping international environmental agreement in history. Republicans were quick to dismiss it. In stark contrast, all three Democratic presidential candidates argue that climate change is an