The IRS is in charge of getting stimulus money to Americans as quickly as possible. But millions of people aren't the government's radar because they haven't had to file taxes in the last two years. To solve this problem, the cash strapped agency turned largely to Intuit, the maker of TurboTax. The company is now poised to collect a windfall personal data from previously untapped customers.
IRS Lets TurboTax Register People for Stimulus — And Take their Data
The IRS is letting Intuit run stimulus registration for millions of non-filers, with limited protections on how the company uses the data it collects.
Why Summer Didn't Slow Down COVID-19
Some experts had hoped summer would help control the pandemic. But COVID-19 cases are nearing record levels nationwide. Here's what happened.
Reshaped By Pandemic, Cities Claim Streets For More Than Just Cars
As people head outdoors this summer, cities help them to maintain safe distances by creating "slow streets," roads designed for more than just cars.
What Connects HIV And COVID-19? Their Impact On Black People
Dr. Anthony Fauci says pandemics expose how the American health care system fails black communities.
List of best 100 pizzerias in the world is out, and 15 are in the US
You don't have to go all the way to Italy to get a great slice: An American pizzeria took the No. 2 spot!
Off-duty Texas trooper shoots Black neighbor he thought was intruder
Police said the off-duty trooper shot his Houston neighbor through a closed door, striking him in the shoulder.
Why hundreds of Rite Aid stores could soon be closed
Rite Aid has over 2,100 locations around the U.S., and it is speculated that as many as 500 stores could be shut down.