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Will Smith never planned on being an actor. He never planned on being broke and in debt to the IRS, either. In this video, Smith breaks down how being bad with money started him down the road to becoming one of the biggest TV and film stars in the wo...

The non-partisan Joint Committee on Taxation released a report Monday detailing the effects of the GOP tax bill, ahead of a Tuesday Senate hearing on the same subject. The findings indicate that nearly 44 percent of the tax cuts for so-called pass-th...

(This cartoon image is by Martin Sutovec in The Mercury News.)Americans have just finished paying their income taxes for last year, and this is the time you hear a lot of right-wingers whine about undocumented immigrants.They would have you believe t...

Instagram looks like Facebook's best hope Sarah Frier, Bloomberg Businessweek With all the attention on Mark Zuckerberg's visit to DC this week, it can be easy to lose sight of an important detail: Facebook also owns Instagram. Of course,...

https://youtu.be/Cp4LUMl2994 Colorado has a booming economy and high employment, yet its schools and infrastructure are seriously underfunded. The reason, according to this Full Frontal segment, is that 25 years ago an amendment to the state const...

Here we are, the first full week of Lent, and Jesus is really on us in today’s Gospel about how we treat the least of humanity. No, not your mother-in-law or that guy in the Prius, though he’d like us to say kinder things (or at least nothing at...

Someone in Hollywood just did something I never thought I'd live to see. The post Actress Jenna Fischer Apologizes for Misleading Tweet About GOP Tax Bill, Proving Not Everyone In Hollywood Is a Proud Idiot appeared first on RedState.