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Should death be taxed?

Members of Congress voted on a bill to repeal the estate tax. Sen . John Thune , (R-S.D.), argues the tax hurts the economy and job growth.

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  1. Pat Boone sounds off on the ‘death tax’

    60 Plus spokesman Pat Boone on the economy and the ‘death tax’ repeal act.

  2. Senators press Delphi for answers on recalled GM cars

    Lawmakers probing how General Motors used faulty ignition switches in many vehicles are turning their scrutiny to the supplier of the part, Delphi Automotive.A group...

  3. SEC's New Crowdfunding Rules Explained

    The SEC proposed new rules on Wednesday that would allow startups to sell equity through crowdfunding portals.

  4. Senators Say SEC Going Too Far With Startup Financing Rules

    Senators John Thune (R-SD) and Pat Toomey (R-PA) send letter to SEC Chairman Mary Jo White sharing concerns about unnecessary rules surrounding the JOBS Act.  

  5. U.S. Senate Passes Bill to Ease Air Travel Delays

    The Senate approved a bill late Thursday aimed at easing travel delays caused by the furlough of air-traffic controllers. The timing of House action on the measure w...

  6. Furloughs likely to cut flight arrivals, regulator says

    The top air safety regulator said on Thursday his agency expects airports will handle fewer flights during peak hours this summer because of furloughs at control tow...

  7. Push to Raise Tax-Exempt Threshold for Shipped Goods

    A bill was recently introduced to raise the de minimis level from $200 to $800. Shipping and international retail experts say the legislation could benefit the government, small business owners and consumers.

  8. Spurned A123 Suitor to Get $5 Million Breakup Fee

    Although Johnson Controls Inc. (JCI) came up short in its bid for battery maker A123 Systems Inc., losing out to China's Wanxiang Group, the U.S. auto-parts giant wi...

  9. U.S. Judge Approves A123 Sale to China's Wanxiang

    A federal judge on Tuesday approved the sale of A123 Systems Inc. (AONEQ), the government-backed battery maker that has yet to turn a profit, to China's Wanxiang Ame...

  10. Chinese bid for A123 may raise security risks: Senators

    A Chinese company's attempt to take over government-backed battery maker A123 raises serious national security concerns, a bipartisan group of lawmakers said this we...

  11. U.S. says A123 sale requires its consent

    The U.S. government said bankrupt A123 Systems Inc cannot be sold without its consent because the battery maker received a $249 million grant from the Energy Departm...

  12. Obama shields U.S. airlines from EU carbon fees

    President Barack Obama signed a bill on Tuesday shielding U.S. airlines from paying for each ton of carbon their planes emit flying into and out of Europe, despite a...

  1. Sen. Thune: Lot of questions about nuke deal

    Senator John Thune (R- South Dakota), on the backlash coming with the Iranian nuclear deal.

  2. Sen. Thune: We think the death tax is punitive

    Sen . John Thune , (R-SD), and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on efforts to repeal the death tax.

  3. The FCC votes in favor of internet regulation

    FCC Commissioner Michael O'Reilly on the historic FCC internet regulation vote, the rules coming to the internet and what it means.

  4. GOP proposes net neutrality fix

    FBN’s Rich Edson and Mediatech Partners Managing Partner Porter Bibb on the debate over net neutrality in the government.

  5. GOP Senators putting a gas tax hike on the table?

    Washington Times Online Opinion Editor Monica Crowley discusses on the proposed gasoline tax by two Republican senators.

  6. Dobbs: The middle class is where the American dream resides

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on why the Republican Party should focus on the middle class for the good of the country.

  7. Incoming Senate Chairman: Gas tax increase on the table

    Newedge Director of Market Strategy Robbert Van Batenburg discusses gas prices and the impact of a possible gas tax.

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