Trump's tax reform will depend partly on the work of an obscure congressional committee tasked with estimating how much future economic growth will result from tax cuts.
The government is looking for new ways to show it is serious about the issue.
Trump's alternative to the free market? Bribe companies to keep jobs in America.
New York Times reports that a $916 million loss in 1995 may have enabled the GOP nominee to legally avoid paying income taxes for 18 years.
Despite all evidence to the contrary, Trump believes that cutting rich people's taxes will unleash nirvana.
VP nominee and his wife reported $113,026 in income in 2015, while paying $8,956 in federal taxes.
Insiders say the European Commission ruling is designed to show eurosceptics that the EU is looking out for their interests.
Cook called the ruling by the European Commission "total political crap."
The EC is demanding that governments levy retroactive tax bills.
Not even the world's biggest company is above the law, writes U.K. MEP Anneliese Dodds.
GOP vice presidential nominee defends Trump and criticizes Clintons' wealth.
Public health campaigners disheartened by the government's latest childhood obesity strategy draft.
Authorities suspect the centers of illegal business activity.
A report has found that 40 percent of landlords expect to raise rents in the next six months.
Investigators have been probing Google's offices in central Paris since 5 a.m. local time.
Imran Khan criticized for hypocrisy after slamming PM Nawaz Sharif for links to off-shore companies.
The U.S. attorney for Manhattan, Preet Bharara, has launched an official investigation.
Hillary and Bill Clinton had income approaching $140 million in the last eight years, returns show.