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A Government Accountability Office (GAO) analysis has confirmed that the U.S. Postal System could save a considerable amount of badly needed money by delivering all mail at the curb or to community "cluster" mailboxes, instead of to residents' front doors. ...
A bipartisan pair of U.S. Senators says the Census Bureau is already at least one year behind schedule in its preparations for conducting the 2020 decennial census, threatening the accuracy of the population count. ...
The owners of a Houston-based, very high-pressure debt collection firm who falsely claimed to be lawyers, while breaking a raft of other federal laws will pay a high price for their transgressions, according to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). ...
We told them never to call us here, but they did anyway, and now Sprint Corporation will pay a $7.5 fine for failure to honor consumer's "Do-Not-Call" requests to opt out of phone and text marketing communications. ...
Despite being at least partially legalized in some states, marijuana - including medical pot - remains illegal under federal law. So, why is the U.S. government buying 1,430 pounds of it this year?
Not exactly helping to close the nation's tax gap, the IRS incorrectly paid out up to $16 billion in Earned Income Tax Credits (EITC) in 2013, according to one of those pesky federal inspectors general. ...