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Many residents are still waiting for the benefits promised when Republicans slashed rates in 2013.
Traditional GOP allies (and donors) are pressuring Congress to move now.
In prosperous suburbs across the nation, the GOP plan could have serious repercussions if popular deductions are cut or disappear.
Adoption advocates chief tax writer Rep. Kevin Brady would protect a tax credit for adopting kids. He didn't
Ashly Burch is a top voice actor — a career that comes with the risk of hemorrhaged vocal cords and little in the way of job security.
Everyone agrees Las Vegas was a tragedy. But no one knows what might work to prevent the next mass shooting.
Harvey has left the auto-dependent Houston area in a jam as residents try to get back to work, school and some semblance of “normal.”
The last time Alicia Sly saw her horse, water was rushing into the neighborhood.
Authorities said at least 45 people were killed due to the storm, a number expected to increase.
New dangers kept appearing in Hurricane Harvey’s wake.