Hurricane season began June 1, and Floridians can purchase hurricane supplies, including ice packs, flashlights, and portable generators, without paying sales tax until June 8.
Electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla Motors says it wants to sell its cars directly to customers in New Jersey, and is fighting a state law that effectively limits such sales between automakers and car buyers.
Jeb Bush appears to be faring well in Republicans' so-called 'invisible primary,' amid growing concerns among big party donors and establishment officials about Chris Christie and Rand Paul.
Hillary Clinton now bests GOP Gov. Chris Christie by 13 points in a new Quinnipiac survey – in a reverse of December polling. But many polls this early in the game are, well, poli-tainment.
Tesla is facing a major obstacle in New Jersey, where Governor Chris Christie is expediting a proposal that would effectively block electric-car maker Tesla Motors’ direct-sales model in the state.
The House will release a tax plan on Wednesday that would cut the top individual tax rate to 25 percent. Read on for the GOP's tax proposal and and teh rest of today's tax news.