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(photo credit: Olivier Douliery/Getty Images) Congressional Republicans finished rewriting their plan to overhaul the tax code on Friday, adding in a significant expansion of the Child Tax Credit aimed at boosting benefits for low-income families. The change was added in an...
(photo credit: Alex Wong/Getty Images) Net Neutrality is dead, and social media has lost its mind. In a 3-2 vote Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission approved a measure to remove the tough net neutrality rules it put in place just years ago during the Obama...
(photo credit: Jim Watson/Getty Images) Is Doug Jones' victory over Roy Moore in the Alabama senate race an indication that the political winds are beginning to shift in Democrats favor and against the agenda of President Donald Trump? Not according to WIBC host Tony Katz . Katz...
(photo credit: Drew Angerer/Getty Images) The GOP tax plan is upon us , but can they get it passed? That's the question being asked amid speculation that Republicans may not have all their members present for the vote. John McCain of Arizona and Thad Cochran of Mississippi have...
The next in a long line of sexual harassment allegations going public emerged Wednesday after PBS suspended production and distribution of late-night talk show “ Tavis Smiley ” following misconduct allegations against the show’s host. Meanwhile in Washington, House Minority...
(Getty Images: Albert L. Ortega/Getty Images) Indianapolis Public Schools wants to ask taxpayers for nearly $1 billion over the next eight years for teacher raises, school building improvements and special education services, according to WTHR.com IPS says state funding is down...
(Photo Credit: Jim Watson/Getty Images) Democrat Doug Jones defeated Republican Roy Moore in Alabama's special Senate election Tuesday. Jones' victory makes him the first Democrat to be elected to the United States Senate in Alabama in 25 years. "This entire race has been about...
The war of words between President Trump and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand reached a new level hysteria after White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders delivered a verbal beatdown to a reporter who brought the incident up during Tuesday's press conference. Sanders denied that...
(photo credit: Peter Dazeley/Getty Images) The U.S. can expect more economic growth in the coming years, but it's not going to last forever, according to economists watching new data and historical trends. WIBC host Tony Katz spoke with financial economist Dr. Matt Will about...