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Delinquent IRS employees paid bonuses by the agency

The IRS is in damage control mode Tuesday after an audit revealed that it paid bonuses to employees who were in trouble over tax issues themselves.

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Airbnb faces off with New York over housing rentals

New York may soon close the door on some of Airbnb's most popular hosts.

AT&T

Ferre' Dollar/CNN

AT&T, Chernin set sights on streaming video

Is AT&T preparing a new challenger to Netflix and Hulu?

Bitcoin

Casascius.com

You could soon use bitcoin to support political campaigns

Bitcoin enthusiasts may soon be able to use the digital currency to support political campaigns.

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Bart Hickman/SXC

Woman finds bird leg in bagged spinach

An Ohio woman says she's disgusted after finding a bird leg in her Dole bagged spinach.

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Gregg Canes/CNN

Gun silencer sales are booming

Sales are booming for silencers, the cylindrical devices used to muffle gunfire.

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From Tesla Motors, Inc.

Tesla to build cars in China

Tesla is planning to build its electric cars in China.

College, university students

Grads hit with defaults when co-signers die

Student loan borrowers are suddenly being thrown into default when the co-signer on their loan -- often a parent or grandparent -- dies or files for bankruptcy.

Netflix

Netflix

Netflix to increase subscription prices

Netflix prices are going up..

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HERO Program in Lompoc

Saving energy, water, and creating jobs is the goal of the new HERO program in Lompoc, which is the first city in Santa Barbara County to adopt it.

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Regulator reverses approval of powdered alcohol

A federal agency that had originally approved a new powdered alcohol product reversed its position Monday.

The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau approved Palcohol's powdered vodka, rum, and other cocktails "in error," Tom Hogue, the agency's di...

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Silicon Valley firms accused of hiring conspiracy

A closely watched legal dispute may be coming to a head over an alleged conspiracy by Silicon Valley's biggest companies to suppress their employees' wages.

Personal Finance

College, university students

Grads hit with defaults when co-signers die

Student loan borrowers are suddenly being thrown into default when the co-signer on…

Stocks file

Americans still don't trust the stock market

More than five years after the financial crisis, the average American is still wary…

Wes Fusco

'My girlfriend is a tax break'

If you're in a relationship with someone who is dependent on you financially, you…

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Get married, save on car insurance

Did you know that taking 15 minutes to get married could save you at least 15% on…

Taxes, 1040EZ

4 ways scammers can steal your tax refund

Identity thieves love tax season.

"A thief who has your personal information can…

Holding mioney, cash in hand

Can workers talk about pay?

Salary is often the elephant in the room.

Money Interactives

Taxes 101: tips and resources

tax forms with pen, calculator, taxes

April 15 is approaching. You may know how to fill out a basic tax return (or hand…

The life of Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs with Apple logo

Technology pioneer Steve Jobs was one of the most recognizable CEOs in the world and…

Black Friday vs. Cyber Monday: Which is best for you?

Guy with shopping bags

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are a favorite among bargain hunters on the prowl for…

How much do winter sports cost?

Skiing ski resort slopes

Snow and sub-freezing temperatures are no reason to hibernate. Adopt a new winter…

Notable moments in debt ceiling history

Capital - Debt Ceiling

The U.S. debt ceiling has a complicated an interesting history. Since 1917, the U.S.…

Employment News

Obama Biden jobs near Pittsburgh

Obama, Biden announce millions for job training

Hoping to help close the gap between workers' skills and the needs of businesses,…

World's toughest job

World's toughest job ad ends with smiles

The job ad listed the many unusual requirements for director of operations -- and…

Milwaukee Fast food strike

Oklahoma bans local minimum wage hikes

Oklahoma cities and towns are banned from raising the local minimum wage under a new…

National Recalls

GM

Second General Motors recall delayed by years

General Motors and government safety regulators now have a second recall to answer…

Kraft recalls hot dogs

Kraft recalls 96,000 pounds of hot dogs

Kraft is recalling 96,000 pounds of hot dogs because packaging labels were incorrect…

GM, General Motors

GM will ask court to halt recall lawsuits

General Motors wants a bankruptcy court to protect it from the growing number of…

Stock Market

Wall Street

Stocks: Another Tuesday surge

Investors love strong earnings, and they love mergers and acquisitions. Tuesday,…

Stocks file

Americans still don't trust the stock market

More than five years after the financial crisis, the average American is still wary…

Stocks file 2

Stocks: Dull day until Netflix news

Stocks drifted higher Monday as U.S. investors got back into action after the long…

Latest Videos

Postal worker throwing packages

Postal worker caught on camera tossing packages

A postal worker in Kentucky is caught on surveillance video throwing packages from…

Beijing auto show

New cars debut at Beijing auto show

More than 1,000 vehicles are on display at the Beijing Auto Exhibition this week.

Michaels data breach

3 million hit in Michaels data breach

Craft store chain Michaels has released more information about a data breach the…

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