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The federal judiciary has requested emergency funds from the White House that court officials say are needed to avoid debilitating staff cuts and to cover the legal defense of the Boston Marathon bombings suspect, among others.
Two timelines have become central to the story of IRS targeting of tea party groups and other conservative groups. They show how IRS employees used a range of criteria to identify conservative groups for extra scrutiny as they applied for tax-exempt 501(c
An old fishing village in Hong Kong's Clear Water Bay serves as the backdrop for this contemporary home with a wine cellar, rooftop Jacuzzi and waterfront views.
The Robin Hood Foundation raised more than $80 million to fight poverty in New York at its star-studded gala Monday night, thanks in part to a matching $25 million donation by a group of anonymous donors.
Hedge-fund manager Anthony Chiasson has added another star legal name to his team as he prepares to appeal his conviction on insider-trading charges: Paul Weiss's Mark F. Pomerantz
How the IRS is Supposed to Vet Social Welfare Groups
Everything is going well for Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda. Stocks are at their highest since 2008 and the strong yen is finally weakening. Everything except for Japan's $10 trillion sovereign debt market.
The two-week long event aims to promote tourism in a region that for over a decade has been under a cloud of militancy and strife.
McDonald’s Economics: Out With the Third, In With The Quarter - Corporate Intelligence - WSJ blogs.wsj.com
New burgers announced as replacements for the discontinued Angus Third Pounder say a lot about how the company is approaching the challenge of selling more food in a tough economy
'Dancing with the Stars' Judge Carrie Ann Inaba Confirms It’s a Final Four - Speakeasy - WSJ blogs.wsj.com
The Final Four isn’t just for college basketball anymore – next week, it extends to “Dancing with the Stars.” In an interview, “DWTS” judge Carrie Ann Inaba offers the details.
House Speaker John Boehner suggested that government officials might deserve prison time as a result of the Internal Revenue Service’s scrutiny of conservative groups.
Both the exchange house and the trading company helped Iran maintain access to foreign currency exchange.
European Union antitrust authorities Tuesday carried out unannounced inspections of giant energy companies BP , Royal Dutch Shell and Statoil, escalating a probe of alleged oil-price manipulation amid scrutiny of how prices are set in global financial mar
The head of one conservative group said the IRS had requested, among other things, a book synopsis as part of its application for tax-exempt status.
Attorneys have told the Securities and Exchange Commission they are seeing, in severance agreements between companies and employees, language they say inhibits people from coming forward with allegations of improprieties.