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Cayman Islands firms admit to helping evade US taxes

Two Cayman Islands-based financial firms have pleaded guilty in New York to conspiring to hide more than $130 million in offshore bank accounts from the Internal Revenue Service in order to evade paying U.S. taxes.

Pearl Harbor sailor gets funeral 75 years later

A sailor killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor has been buried with full military honors nearly 75 years after the bombing.

GOP suing for Clinton’s text messages

The Republican National Committee announced today it is suing the State Department for access to more of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s records and those of her top aides.

Chipotle store in Mass. closed on norovirus fears

Chipotle says one of its stores in Massachusetts is closed after four employees said they were feeling ill.

3 days of mourning for former first lady Nancy Reagan begin

Three days of formal mourning and solemn ceremonies for former first lady Nancy Reagan are set to begin Wednesday.

Carly Fiorina endorses Ted Cruz

Former Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina endorsed her one-time rival, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, at a campaign event today.

Surprising tax deductions to help maximize your refund

It’s tax season, and “GMA” hit the streets of New York to chat with filers about knowledge of tax deductions.

Family: Despite Iran pledge, no new info on missing ex-FBI agent

Ahead of the ninth anniversary of her husband’s mysterious disappearance in Iran, the wife of former FBI agent Robert Levinson said the Islamic Republic’s promises to help find him have yet to reveal any new information in the case, much less bring the 67-year-old grandfather back to his family.

Trump touts ‘tremendous win’ while Kasich looks for ‘whole new ball game’

Republican front-runner Donald Trump touted his victories yesterday in Michigan and Mississippi on "Good Morning America" this morning.

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