$13 A Pack? NYC Mayor Wants Highest Cigarette Prices In U.S.New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is pushing for the nation's biggest city to also be the country's priciest spot to buy a pack of smokes.
The Latest: Trump Releases Tax Info Ahead Of TV ReportThe White House says President Donald Trump made more than $150 million in income in 2005 and paid $38 million in income taxes that year.
Trump Calls For 20 Percent Tax On Mexican Imports To Pay For WallWhite House spokesman: Trump calling for 20 percent tax on imports from Mexico to pay for southern border wall.
Tax Deadline Looms For Prince Estate; Government To Get HalfPrince once sang, "Money Don't Matter 2 Night," but his money matters a lot to the IRS.
Arlington Voters To Decide On Tax Extension For New BallparkToday, Arlington residents will decide whether to okay an extension of sales, hotel and rental car taxes currently being used to pay for AT&T Stadium to finance the new ballpark.
Dallas Mayor Rawlings Supports Plans For New Subway LineRawlings is planning for the future, even as some city council members said the past could bankrupt Dallas. They’re concerned about a 20-year-old lawsuit involving police and firefighter pay that’s heading for court soon.
Arlington City Council To Consider Final Approval Of New Ballpark PlanThe Arlington city council will consider final approval of a plan for a new billion-dollar, taxpayer-subsidized stadium for the Rangers on Tuesday night.
Dallas Moves To Crack Down On So-Called "Slumlords"The City of Dallas wants to crack down on slumlords by taking steps towards updating the city’s housing codes.
Congress Gives Final OK To Local Internet Tax BanCongress voted Thursday to permanently bar state and local governments from taxing access to the internet, as lawmakers leapt at an election-year chance to demonstrate their opposition to imposing levies on online service.
Congress Inks Pact On Permanent Internet Access Tax BanHouse and Senate negotiators have reached agreement on bipartisan legislation to make permanent a moratorium that prevents states from taxing access to the Internet.
New Obamacare Challenge Reaching Supreme CourtOpponents of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul are taking yet another challenge to the law to the Supreme Court, and say they will be back with more if this one fails.
Bigger Bite For Health Law Penalty On UninsuredThe federal penalty for having no health insurance is set to jump to $695 for next year, and supporters of President Barack Obama's overhaul are urging the administration to highlight that increase as a marketing strategy.