May 24, 2013 - As tax discussions continue on Capitol Hill, NAFCU continues to reiterate the importance of retaining the credit union tax exemption, most recently in letters sent yesterday to the Senate Finance and House Ways and Means committees.
Canada gets it. They are recruiting the world's brightest people, who our crazy immigration laws repel.
Having been in the Senate since 1977, he knows how the game is played. Here he is in a debate last year when he was fighting for his political life against conservative challenger Dan Liljenquist: Well, I don't disagree with some of the things that Dan's saying here.
While many talk about the 2016 election, a few have seemed to all too quickly forget the lessons the electorate taught its leaders last November: Immigration is a key issue in American politics, and an important part of building a coalition in a country of constantly shifting demographics.
Three days of congressional hearings about the Internal Revenue Service's targeting of conservative political groups have lawmakers looking for ways to widen an investigation that has so far been largely contained within the tax collection agency.
House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif,. holds up a document as he speaks to IRS official Lois Lerner on Wednesday during the committee's hearing to investigate the extra scrutiny the IRS gave to Tea Party and other conservative groups that applied for tax-exempt status.
Tech fought hard for changes in the Senate immigration bill and largely won them.
Tea party members protest in front of the John Weld Peck Federal Building in Cincinnati, Ohio, during a nationwide protest at IRS offices on May 21, 2013.
The 'killer provision' of ban on client site placement for H-1B workers, which may prove to be detrimental to the interests of major Indian IT companies, remains in place despite a last minute deal reached between key Senators on certain provisions of the immigration bill.
My friend John Fugelsang likes to say that the Democratic Party is like an S&M submissive who forgot his safety word.
What's that, Orrin? You'll have to speak up and send an actual response as Auto Reply simply do will not do.
Sen. Orrin Hatch and the high-tech community scored a victory in the ongoing immigration tug-of-war on Tuesday.
The former head of the IRS said Tuesday that he was aware of some aspects of his agency's targeting of conservative groups in the spring of 2012, and took what he called the correct action of ensuring the situation would be independently reviewed.
Far-reaching legislation that grants a chance at citizenship to millions of immigrants living illegally in the U.S. cleared a Senate committee Tuesday on a bipartisan vote that was a victory for Silicon Valley tech businesses that had spent weeks lobbying to loosen restrictions on hiring skilled foreign workers.
Travelers visiting the US may have to prepare for more hassles at customs: All foreign nationals leaving the country at 30 airports must have their fingerprints taken, according to a new amendment to a planned immigration reform bill.
OurFuture.org's Richard Eskow: "After today's shareholder votes at JPMorgan Chase, Mark Gongloff is right to describe Dimon as a 'cult leader.' But that's not the end of the story.
Bountiful a Too many Utah children fall victim to identity theft at the hands of undocumented immigrants and the contentious immigration reform bill in Congress does nothing to curb the crime.