Every year, people who have overpaid taxes don't file a return—and the agency says time is running out to claim it
If you're looking for advice on how to spend your refund or what to do if you're audited, we have some tips. Daniel Geltrude, Certified Public Accountant and author of the book "Positive Financial Karma," joined CBSN to discuss how to survive tax season
The IRS is warning taxpayers about the top 12 tax scams it calls the "dirty dozen," including its latest fraud racket on the list: dishonest tax preparers. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning" with what you need to know this tax season.
Profitable companies are taking advantage of business-friendly laws to minimize their tax liability
Facebook has announced two key departures: chief product officer Chris Cox and WhatsApp head Chris Daniels will be leaving the company, shortly after CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced a shift to a privacy-focused platform. Wired editor-in-chief Nick Thompson joined CBSN to discuss what the leadership change means.
Graduates of elite schools like some of those involved in the college cheating scandal can earn 50 percent more income than other college grads.
The U.S. is the only developed nation without paid family leave. The co-founder of Reddit (and new father of a baby girl with mother Serena Williams) tells CBS News why he wants to change that.
Car makers are hoping new technology can save lives. Safety experts are now testing the system on small SUVs. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Los Angeles is in the midst of the worst homeless crisis the city has ever seen, driven by rising rents, stagnant wages and an affordable housing shortage. CBSN Originals' Adam Yamaguchi reports.
Director Steven Spielberg sparks fierce debate over whether streaming services should be banned from the Oscars.
CNET senior producer Dan Patterson and CBS News investigative reporter Graham Kates asked a team of pros to hack them. The two join CBSN to discuss the broader implications of the experiment -- including for the 2020 election.
"Judge Jeanine" was bumped amid advertiser losses and controversial comments -- some Fox News fans aren't happy
Some families moved to high-tax towns because of the good school districts. Now they're pinched by the SALT deduction cap
The social network has reached a settlement with civil rights groups that accused it of excluding protected classes of people
The agency now uses social media to investigate fraud, but soon it may expand that to evaluate disability applicants
It's the second verdict finding the active ingredient, glyphosate, led to non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in a California man
Mother says son was denied entrance because "wealthy individuals felt that it was ok to lie, cheat, steal and bribe"
Subscription film service is giving another go to the marketing offer that nearly drove it under
After days of criticism, Sephora pulled the Olivia Jade palette from its website — but the social media influencer still has other corporate partners
President Trump will nominate Steve Dickson to replace Acting FAA Administrator Daniel Elwell
More than 300,000 signed petition calling for dogs' release after an investigation by Humane Society of the U.S.
The cloud-based gaming technology could be a breakthrough
Pro golfer worked with Edge College & Career Network, but says his children would "disown" him if he interfered
There's a reason parents want their kids to attend an elite school -- it often pays off big time, by 40% and more
Women who shared their mother's womb with a boy are less likely to graduate from school and earn lower wages, study shows
Social network points to server issue in explaining why videos, audio files and other material is no longer on the site
The search engine giant is expected to make its foray into online gaming during the 2019 Game Developers Conference
Publisher said to have paid Michael Sanchez for explicit texts and photos Amazon CEO sent to his mistress
About 1 in 4 renters pay half their income toward housing, leaving less money available for health care and food
Norway's Norsk Hydro switches to manual systems as it tries to curb impact on metal production in Europe and U.S.