“I think her key issues are going to be family leave and sexual assault,” one left-wing activist says.
The agency will not be performing audits, according to the Treasury Department's plan.
The former HUD secretary announced his presidential bid on Saturday.
The IRS was unable to process a key form that lenders need to verify the employment and incomes of home loan applicants — a roadblock that could have brought the mortgage industry to a halt.
A Chinese-owned firm rescinded its bid for payment under the farm bailout last year after criticism from lawmakers in Congress.
Many farmers, among Trump’s loyal base in rural America, can’t make ends meet and are considering abandoning their crops.
Currently, no city or state in America mandates paid time off — but New York City may be about to change that.
Congress has only approved food stamp funding through January, fueling concern benefits used by 38 million Americans would expire.
The application deadline will be extended, at minimum, weeks after the shutdown ends.
The attorneys general are probing contracts that prevent workers from switching franchises, a practice that some economists say drags down wages for millions of Americans.