The push for central bank digital currencies is an assault on privacy and freedom.
The president says the IRS needs just two bits of information: all the money that goes into your bank account, and all the money that comes out.
In comments to The New York Times Magazine published this week, the new treasury secretary says free trade has been "so negative" for "a large share of the population." That's just wrong.
By lowering the “travel rule” threshold to $250, the government could access more of our financial data.
Why does media coverage conclude the problem is that the government hasn’t done a good enough job of spying?
Plus: Gun groups for black Americans are growing, a promising new study on opening schools, and more...
As much as $1.4 billion might have been paid to deceased Americans. The IRS says that money must be returned.
The $349 billion loan program is meant to help small companies hit hard by social distancing.
Unclear terms, unrealistic loan forgiveness, a site unprepared for launch, and a bottomless demand for cash
Actually, it's a bailout.
Plus: Fashion versus the police state, a truce in the Kansas-Missouri border war, and more....
Trump Administration Labels China a 'Currency Manipulator' After China Briefly Stops Manipulating Its Currency
Don't worry about China's currency manipulation. It only hurts China's own people, and benefits American consumers and businesses.
Stocks plunge as China cuts off purchases of American agricultural goods, U.S. responds by labeling China a "currency manipulator" because the Chinese government is no longer artificially propping up the yuan.
In a new report, the Treasury Department declares it will begin scrutinizing any nation that runs a bilateral trade imbalance of more than $40 billion with the United States
Government Shutdown Means No New Beers, Because No Bureaucrats Are Working To Approve New Beer Labels
Why do we need the government to do that in the first place?
Of course, June's deficit represents just a small fraction of our overall national debt.
Producers prohibited from sharing information with consumers about the year their apples were harvested.
Allison wants to repeal all Dodd-Frank regulations, which didn't fix the problem of banks being "too big to fail."
The Iowa congressman called the move to replace Andrew Jackson "liberal activism" on the part of President Obama.
Alexander Hamilton, meanwhile, will stay on the $10 note.
Feds on Asset Forfeiture Reform: It's Too Much Trouble to Track Convictions Before Taking People's Stuff
California's participation in federal program threatened just by calling for better due process.
Obama Administration Proposes Rule to Limit Political Activity by Non-Profits, But Will It Affect Pro-Obama Groups?
What part of free speech don't they understand?
Cash-on-hand will be $30 billion
Has accused the IRS of obstructing congressional investigations
Well, that's reassuring
Obama spent years demonizing bankers for just such things
The department previously waived the fee for 7,300 e-mails they originally said didn't exit, but is now requiring the Competitive Enterprise Institute to pay first
Has more market experience than Treasury Secretary nominee Jack Lew
White House Chief of Staff set to replace Timothy Geithner
Lew is current White House chief of staff
That's a relief