D.C. and more than a dozen states are shunning paperless refunds to avoid being conned out of hundreds of millions of dollars.
Personal incomes rose overall last year -- but not as much as the year before and not at all in certain parts of the country.
A new report highlights major holes in local governments' online disclosure of how economic development dollars are spent.
When state laws drive so-called "debt traps" to shut down, the industry moves its business online. Do their low-income customers follow?