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Federal tax bill hits hardest in District of Columbia
Some people will be paying much more than others when they file their federal income tax returns by Tuesday's deadline
Which state sends most taxes to DC? Hint: It's not a state
Last year, District of Columbia residents paid the federal government $37,000 per person in federal income, payroll and estate taxes. That's more than the cost per person of any of the states.
Make less than $54K? Consider this underused tax break
Millions of Americans are eligible for Earned Income Tax Credit but many overlook its generous benefits
What it's really like to feed your family from a food pantry
(Editor's note: This article originally appeared on Babble.com . It has been reprinted here with permission. The Walt Disney Company is the parent company of both ABC News and Babble.) As the smiling food pantry volunteers put our donation box in the back of the car, my two kids squealed with joy.
FULL TEXT: President Trump's first-ever joint address to Congress
Below is President Donald Trump 's first-ever joint address to Congress, delivered Tuesday night, as prepared for delivery and released by the White House. TO THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES: Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, Members of Congress, the First Lady of the United States, and Citizens
Low Wage Workers and the 'Fight For 15': Part 3
Terrence Wise is involved in the national movement "Fight For 15," which argues for an increase in the federal minimum wage.
When Working 2 Fast Food Jobs, 16 Hours a Day Still Isn't Enough
Terrance Wise used to take eight buses every day to get to work at two different fast food franchises, a Burger King and a McDonald's in Kansas City. Sometimes the 37-year-old said he would get 8-hour shifts from both franchises on the same day and work back-to-back for 16 hours straight. Other
Chelsea Thompson Turns to Overnight Childcare for Help
A new growth industry emerges as answer for parents working the nighttime hours.
The Women's Vote May Sway the Election
ABC News' Cokie Roberts on the fallout from the Trump tape and women as swing voters in the election.
Spinning and Fact-Checking the VP Debate
ABC News' Amna Nawaz, Dan Harris and LZ Granderson discuss fact-checking and who's in the spin room at the VP debate.