IRS Paid $2.8 Million in Bonuses to Problem Employees; Over $1 Million Paid to Workers Who Didn't Pay Taxes
An Internal Revenue Service awards program designed to recognize and reward IRS employees for their performance is found to have awarded $2.8 million in bonuses to employees with disciplinary issues and more than $1 million of that amount was paid to tax delinquent employees.
While Pinterest promotes connections through pins and boards, Godinterest reveals a growing community with a higher connection and purpose Contact: Dean Jones, Godinterest, 07984251660 LONDON, April 23, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- For those Christians, entrepreneurs and ministries that use Pinterest but want to share within a Christian environment, Godinterest could be the answer to your dreams. Speculation is growing about the content the owners of Godinterest will and will not permi Source: Godinterest
John Felts took all the advice that Christian singles get and compiled it into one hilarious video.
Group Aims to Enable Every American to Say Thank You During National Military Appreciation Month Contact: Amber Caron, 207-773-0700 ext. 235, 207-513-6457 cell, email@example.com COLUMBIA FALLS, Maine, April 23, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- Wreaths Across America (WAA), the national nonprofit best known for their annual wreath-laying ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery and more than 905 locations nationwide, today announced its specially-designed military appreciation thank Source: Kemp Goldberg Partners
Malaysia Flight MH370 May Have Landed Somewhere Else, Says International Search Team; Search May Have to Start Over
The search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 could possibly have to start all over again as members of the International Investigation Team say the plane may not have crashed in the southern Indian Ocean.
What Happens When a National Capital Doesn't Use Red Lights in a Busy Intersection? Sheer Insanity (VIDEO)
Thousands of cars drive everyday through Meskel Square in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia without the aid of red lights or painted lines. See this crazy scene.
Pastor Craig Gross of XXXchurch advises Christians to look beyond the "black and white rhetoric" about homosexuality and focus on the people most affected by the church's stance on surrounding issues instead.
There is a new trend sweeping across the internet and specifically Instagram – selfies taken after sex. Some call it edgy and steamy and others call it disgusting and wrong. The reality is this new phase of the digital age has made it easy to record and share our lives with our friends and everyone on the internet. But how much is too much?
Hulk Hogan once said, "I fear no man, no beast or evil, brother." And the wrestlers at South High School in Parkersburg, W.Va. fear no atheist.
Citizens’ Commission on Benghazi claims America’s refusal to negotiate a peaceful transition of power in Libya in 2011 led to the attack that killed four Americans a year later
In the wake of the well-known holy days of Passover and Easter comes a holiday that’s in danger of being overlooked, perhaps even slighted. Today is Administrative Professionals Day, and while those recent religious holidays seem preoccupied with historical and theological details, the welcoming premise of today’s celebration behooves us to rescue it from obscurity. For who does not administer something? I grant that Administrative Professionals Day may not have originally been
Your dose of "cute" for the day.
My mother passed away just before Easter of this year. During her last five months, she made six trips to the emergency room. Her journey from failing health to death gave our family an opportunity to observe, first hand, the positives and negatives of our transitioning healthcare system. Essie Jackson was a frugal senior citizen who suffered from a rare form of blood cancer and expired from complications of that health challenge.
Someone recommended a magazine I fell in love with, so I decided to subscribe. I had a wait in the doctor’s office, so I whipped out my cell phone to take care of business. I dialed the toll-free number listed in the magazine’s masthead and was connected to the subscription department. But suddenly I gasped when I found a gaping hope in my wallet where the credit card should have been. The representative who quoted me $44 for a year’s subscription understood when I told her I would
The Texas teacher is accused of not allowing a student to read the Bible during an independent reading time, or even bring the book to school.
The 12-year-old singing prodigy brings a church to his feet with a pitch-perfect moment of worship.
What is this "heart" of church revitalization, and how can it be healed and strengthened? That's the question we will examine in this three-part series.
With the recent release of the Bible App 5 that has already been installed, beginning with the original application, on 136 million devices, it's clear that its maker, YouVersion, remains on track to engage more people with the Bible than ever before. The updated app lets people share Scripture with friends in an online community.
A Christian ministry center will open later this week at Yale University where students will be able to host faith-focused activities including leadership training and prayer groups.
An Ohio law that was used to stifle the political speech of a pro-life group appears in jeopardy Tuesday after the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in the case of Susan B. Anthony List vs. Driehaus.