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Religious institution or not? Notre Dame's president, Fr. John Jenkins, is asking the government for a better definition. It all has to do with the federal healthcare overhaul, which requires colleges and universities to provide birth control for staff...
ZANESVILLE, Ohio (AP) — The owner of an animal preserve who killed himself after freeing dozens of lions, tigers and other exotic animals was deeply in debt. Court records show that Terry Thompson and his wife owed at least $68,000 in unpaid...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Internal Revenue Service is increasing the tax deduction motorists can take for using private vehicles for business, a rare midyear move sparked by high gas prices. Starting July 1, motorists who use their personal vehicles...
Tags: Washington, DC, Politics, AAA
DETROIT (AP) — Police have blocked off streets around a downtown Detroit building that houses Internal Revenue Service offices following report of a suspicious package. Detroit police say they responded Wednesday morning to a 911 call reporting...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND — Federal prosecutors have charged two men with helping illegal aliens fraudulently obtain vehicle registrations and license plates from the Mishawaka Bureau of Motor Vehicles branch. Ramon Garcia, 38, of South Bend, and Paulino...
Tags: Indiana, Interior Policy, Prosecution, Fraud, Corporate Crime
SOUTH BEND -- A South Bend woman will spend more than three years in federal prison for preparing false tax returns for customers. After a three-day trial in September, a jury convicted Joann Joyner-Williams, 47, on all 22 counts of preparing false tax...
WASHINGTON (AP) — House Republicans want the IRS to investigate whether AARP's lucrative insurance business violates its status as a tax-exempt organization. The seniors lobby pushed for President Barack Obama's health care law, which was...
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — A northern Indiana businessman who blamed an Internal Revenue Service investigation for his wife's suicide has been sentenced to six years in prison on tax fraud charges. James Simon was sentenced Tuesday by U.S. District...
Tags: Punishment, Fraud, Indiana, Judges, Corporate Crime
WASHINGTON (AP) — For people who just can't enough of the Internal Revenue Service, the federal tax collection agency is coming out with a new phone app. The app, called IRS2Go, allows taxpayers to track their tax refunds and get tax tips form the...
Tags: Washington, DC, Media Industry, YouTube
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — A judge says reality TV star Richard Hatch has violated the terms of his supervised release, but he didn't immediately send the "Survivor" winner back to jail. U.S. District Judge William Smith said Monday it was clear that...
SOUTH BEND — Sometimes, no matter who the person is, his behavior is so immoral that he simply must be punished. That was the view taken Thursday by a St. Joseph Superior judge who handed a three-year prison term to a man who pleaded guilty to...
Tags: Punishment, Annual Reports, Indiana, Prosecution, Criminals
WASHINGTON (ap) — A senator's investigation of televangelists has wrapped up after more than three years with no penalties for pastors who refused to cooperate and no definitive findings of wrongdoing. The report by Sen. Chuck Grassley questions...
Tags: Benny Hinn, Elections, Politics, Chuck Grassley
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