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20 Mar AP Fraud

Early on a Tuesday morning, FBI agents fan out across the country to arrest dozens of people in six states on racketeering charges and other offenses. The next Gambino family mob "rollup"? No, it's "Operation Varsity Blues" — the newest celebrity scandal, featuring CEOs and...

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27 Feb And the Oscar Goes To. . . the IRS!

Oscar night is the biggest night in Hollywood. The stars shine just a little bit brighter. The red carpets stretch just a little bit farther. And the bloated egos get just a little bit bloatier, if that's possible. (Here's looking at you, Bradley Cooper.) Ironically, fewer...

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20 Feb Don’t Worry, No One Will Notice

Would anyone in their right mind sit down from scratch and develop the tax withholding system we have today? The IRS publishes tables telling employers how much to take out of everyone's paycheck, depending on their income, their filing status, and the amount they guesstimate...

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13 Feb Champagne Wishes and Caviar Dreams

Just a couple of generations ago, it just wasn't polite to discuss money. We mostly knew who was rich and who wasn't. But it wasn't until about 1984, when crack investigative journalist Robin Leach launched Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, that Americans began following celebrity...

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06 Feb Kondomania

America's economy has morphed throughout our history, starting from agricultural to manufacturing to service to technology. Now it seems we're moving towards a celebrity-based economy. The world is full of D-list celebrities competing for attention: third-rate rappers hoping to break through their own noise, random...

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31 Jan Piggy Piggy Piggy

On January 1, we switched our calendars from 2018 to 2019. But in China, February 5 is the date for setting off fireworks. This year, we're ushering in the Year of the Pig. The pig is the last animal in the Chinese zodiac — according...

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24 Jan Puzzling Questions

Americans love puzzles, games, and brain teasers. Newspapers publish crossword puzzles, word-search puzzles, and word jumbles. Bookstores sell jigsaw puzzles. And airport gift shops stock Sudoku puzzles to pass the hours in the sky. We love puzzles so much that someone found their way to...

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16 Jan Do Androids Dream of Electric Audits?

 In 1982, the movie Blade Runner presented a technologically advanced vision of the year 2019. There were flying cop cars. (What grim dystopian movie doesn't feature flying cars?) There was commercial space travel. There were bioengineered androids, known as "replicants," that drove the story. The film even...

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10 Jan Never Lose Sight of Survival

Movie fans, quick: what do you get when you combine Night of the Living Dead, Deliverance, and The Mist — with just a hint of Sophie's Choice? It probably looks a lot like like Netflix's newest hit, Bird Box. The movie imagines a shattered future where an unknown presence has driven...

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