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Following the #taxflight

How Money Walks author Travis Brown and Tim Speiss of EisnerAmper LLP on how the tax rate impacts individual states.

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  1. Balloon Drop

    It was well past the bedtime of 12-year-old Trent Burns Tuesday night. But around 11:20 pm, he walked to the front of the ballroom at the George Washington Hotel in ...

  2. A Democrat's Take On Tuesday's Elections

    All eyes are turned toward Pennsylvania, Arkansas and Kentucky today. And when the votes are tallied at the end of the night, the message will be crystal clear: if y...

  3. Rand Paul Supporter Palin Reacts to Big Win

    This is a rush transcript from "Hannity," May 18, 2010. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.SEAN HANNITY, HOST: Joining me now with reaction is...

  4. Pennsylvania District Turns Into 'Saudi Arabia of Natural Gas' Ahead of Tuesday Primary

    Oil and water don't mix. But oil and politics certainly do. And that's what the candidates in Tuesday's special election in Pennsylvania's 12th District hope to capi...

  5. Tea Party Solidifies Its Status as Political Force After Success in Primaries

    The Tea Party just keeps on boiling. Rand Paul's victory in Kentucky's Republican Senate primary Tuesday night was the latest reminder that the conservative grassroo...

  6. Paul Polling Strong Ahead of Kentucky Primary, Dem Incumbents in Jeopardy

    Tea Party activists are "unhappy" with the status quo and want to see a government "once again restrained by the Constitution," Kentucky Republican Senate primary ca...

  7. Undecided Voters Poised to Play Big Role in Tuesday Primaries

    Undecided voters could hold the key to a couple of high-stakes Democratic Senate primaries Tuesday, with polls showing their numbers are large enough to tilt the bal...

  8. Voters Speak Out in Key Congressional Races After Months of Speculation

    After months of speculation over the mood of the country, the electorate is getting its say Tuesday in three fiercely competitive Senate races and a House special el...

  9. Republicans Win Seat in Democratic Stronghold

    For the first time since May, 2008, House Republicans have won a special election. Republican Charles Djou topped Democrats Colleen Hanabusa and former Rep. Ed Case ...

  10. Victory Laps Offer Candidates Cold Comfort Ahead of Fall Election

    Two victories in special elections in the past week have left both Democrats and Republicans scrambling to find the formula for victory in the fall as trying to capt...

  11. Does a Palin Endorsement Matter? You Betcha!

    Sarah Palin's still got it. After a few strikeouts during the campaign season, the former Alaska governor saw three of the four candidates she endorsed sail to victo...

  12. Republicans Win Seat in Democratic Stronghold

    The streak ends at 11.For the first time since, May, 2008, House Republicans have won a special election.Republican Charles Djou topped Democrats Colleen Hanabusa an...

  1. Celebrating the Gettysburg Address

    Filmmaker Ken Burns on his new PBS documentary on the importance of the Gettysburg Address.

  2. Louisiana lawmakers slam Jindal's $4 million efficiency study

    It doesn't make sense for the state to pay a consulting firm $4.2 million to find ways to save money, lawmakers said Wednesday, heavily criticizing the decision by G...

  3. The Race for Murtha's Seat

    Pennsylvania congressional candidate Tim Burns on 'Hannity'

  4. Retailers Paying More in 'Swipe Fees' than Profits

    FBN's Jeff Flock reports on the swipe fee fight.

  5. Inside the Race for Murtha's Seat

    This is a rush transcript from "Hannity," April 26, 2010. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.TUCKER CARLSON, GUEST HOST: A critical special el...

  6. GOP Candidate Gunning for Murtha's Seat in High-Stakes Battle

    This is a rush transcript from "Hannity," May 17, 2010. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.SEAN HANNITY, HOST: Voters in a number of states ac...

  7. GOP Candidate Running to Succeed Murtha Challenges Rival to Coal Mine Debate

    In a part of the country where coal reigns supreme and jobs are on the hearts and minds of most, the Republican candidate vying to succeed the late Rep. John Murtha ...

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