Commentary | Craig Gurian | Taxes
December 9, 2010 — Either I give in or “folks” get hurt, says the President at his Pearl Harbor Day press conference. There was no other way the President could get any stimulus, say those...view
Original Reporting | Greg Marx | Economy, Taxes
December 9, 2010 — President Obama’s recent agreement with the GOP leadership to extend all the Bush tax cuts included a series of other provisions. Among them: a 13-month extension of...view
Story Repair | Mike Alberti | Deregulation, Economy, NYC, Taxes
December 14, 2010 — In a speech to business leaders at the Brooklyn Navy Yard on Dec. 8, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg claimed that his policies had “laid the foundation” for what he...view
Press Criticism | Craig Gurian | Taxes
December 3, 2010 — Sometimes there is just no other way to put it. Once a year, Maureen Dowd turns her column over to her brother; the device, if tired, is at least duly announced. Today, The New...view
Story Repair | Greg Marx | Politics, Social Security, Taxes
Erskine Bowles and Alan Simpson, co-chairs of the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform November 16, 2010 — The co-chairs of a bipartisan deficit reduction commission appointed...view
Original Reporting | Diana Jean Schemo | Government services, Taxes
November 9, 2010 — In Miami-Dade County, a property tax increase, coupled with raises for civil servants, lit the fuse of voter ire, sparking two recall efforts this year to oust Mayor Carlos...view
Map & Data Resources | Mike Alberti | Environment, Taxes
November 10, 2010 — While many may perceive that taxes on gasoline have been rising in the last two decades, the chart shows that when viewed in inflation-adjusted dollars gas taxes have actually...view
Commentary | Craig Gurian | Income inequality, Politics, Taxes
November 9, 2010 —  Would an extension of tax cuts for the wealthy represent a “compromise” in any real respect? Not if “compromise” still means a “settlement of a dispute that is reached by each...view
Story Repair | Greg Marx | Taxes
From the Editor: In this feature, we select a story that appeared in a major news outlet and take it in for repairs. The stories we choose are not necessarily “fatally” flawed; on the contrary, in...view