Let's look forward to Lord Rog writing off his toupée.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
The vampire puppet poked fun at everything from One Direction to RadioShack during last night's "This Week in Numbers" segment.
Chris Tucker owes more in taxes than you will make in your entire lifetime.
If passed, the tax would be renewed to pay for stadia and arena maintenance for the next twenty years, which funny enough, is longer than than any agreements the Browns, Indians and Cavaliers have in place for staying in Cleveland.
Playing in Cleveland is apparently worse than we thought and it has little to do with the fact that the city is already Cleveland.
After being convicted of tax evasion back in May of this year, Lauryn Hill is now officially an inmate.
There's no reason to fear the liberal eyes of the IRS when you’ve got ConservoTax.
Apple has not been paying its fair share of taxes. We'll give you a moment to recover from your shock.
As if things could get any worse for Mary J.
Lauryn Hill went to court Monday, thinking she could spend as much as three years in prison for tax evasion.
Lauryn Hill paid off her $900,000 tax debt, but there are still so many questions about how it happened.
Drunk Uncle and Peter Dinklage stop by Weekend Update to discuss taxes.
On Saturday night, Georges St-Pierre and Nick Diaz, for the lack of a much better term, gave us a very disappointing finale to their courtship of craziness over the past several months.
21-year old, Jesus Mata, Jr. spent his entire $1,000 tax return at a strip club and then told his girlfriend and police that he was robbed by six men in two trucks.
Facebook is getting a half a billion back in taxes, paid no taxes this year, and made $1.1 billion in profit. Torches to the left, pitchforks to the right.
To fight the nonexistent scourge of video game induced violence, Representative Diane Franklin (R, MO) introduced a bill to tax "violent" video games. But wait, it gets even sillier.
R. Kelly owes the IRS $6 million in unpaid taxes. I believe this is referred to as a "full Snipes."
As I pointed out last week, Jose Canseco, the former baseball player who uses Twitter to beg Major League Baseball teams to consider signing a 48-year old designated hitter, now has a new gig as a columnist for Vice.