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Alina Maratovna Kabaeva, an Olympic medalist and former State Duma member, has a "close relationship to Putin," the U.S. Treasury Department said.
The new tool has already earned praise from legal aides for improving accessibility for poor Americans who don't traditionally file tax returns.
IRS funding cuts are hamstringing the agency, allowing billions of dollars to "slip through its fingers," warns a new report.
The unfolding crisis will push to the front of Biden’s agenda when he takes office on Jan. 20.
The former Federal Reserve chair isn’t the candidate climate activists wanted, but her record gives them “a lot to be optimistic and hopeful about.”
Critics see politics at play after Mnuchin's decision not to extend some of the Fed’s expiring emergency loan programs.
Warming-fueled disasters and risky fossil fuel bets pose huge threats to the financial system.
The Trump attorney claims he had no idea Andrii Derkach, who fed him baseless dirt smearing presidential candidate Joe Biden, was working with the Kremlin.
A New York Daily News investigation found nearly $4 million has been taken from the congressionally approved fund.
The company behind the popular video-sharing app blasted the president's disdain for the "rule of law."