Aleanna Siacon Detroit Free Press Published 1:53 PM EDT Apr 15, 2019 It's Tax Day 2019. Whether you're suddenly scrambling to pull things together or already heading to mail your tax return, Monday marks the federal filing deadline (the federal tax return extension deadline is Oct. 15). While roughly 90 percent of people file their returns electronically, the other 10 percent will head to the post office. In their online guide to mailing tax returns, the U.S. Postal Service offered a number of tips to keep an mind, like: Double check the IRS website for where to mail your tax return and make sure both the destination and return addresses are printed clearly on your mailing label. Weigh your envelope in order to make sure you have the right amount of postage because tax returns sent without enough postage are returned. As long as your tax returns are postmarked by April 15, the IRS considers it on time. Find a USPS blue collection box or a … [Read more...] about Tax Day 2019: These U.S. Post Offices in metro Detroit are open late
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This is one in a series of Denver Post profiles on the candidates for mayor in Denver’s May 7 election. The first official words of Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s re-election campaign were defiant. “I know they didn’t expect a crowd like this for this mayor,” he declared, taking the stage for his launch party in January. “But they don’t know me,” he said. “We’ve been on this journey together for a very long time.” Hancock’s ascendant biography once enraptured the city. He got national attention after winning the mayorship in 2011, a man who had come from nothing to lead America’s next boomtown. RELATED: A plan for Denver in 2040 is the controversial heart of the 2019 elections Eight years later, it’s a far different story. In 2019, the mayor is dogged on every flank by challengers who have questioned his character and hammered his record. They cast him as an avatar of unbridled urbanization, the … [Read more...] about The reckoning of Denver’s boomtown mayor: Can Michael Hancock survive success?
Farmers need support to expand fruit production Dragon fruits is a key produce in Chau Thanh District, Long An Province. — Photo dangcongsan.vn Fruit is a key produce of provinces around the Mekong Delta. However, small-scale production and poor links from production to purchase, from process to export, are hindering the development of orchards, attendees heard at a workshop held yesterday in the Mekong Delta province of Long An. According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the southern provinces have an area of 596,330ha of fruit trees, accounting for 60 per cent of orchards nationwide. Their annual productivity has reached over 6.6 million tonnes, accounting for 67 per cent of the country. Productivity has risen 61 per cent against that of 2010. Due to scattered production, it is difficult for investors to pour capital into developing infrastructure, setting up links in production and controlling product quality. There are 71 fruit processing … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS IN BRIEF 17/3
Read more transcripts from Face the Nation here. MARGARET BRENNAN: It's Sunday, November, 25th. I'm Margaret Brennan and this is FACE THE NATION. The new week begins with talks between the U.S. and Mexico to keep asylum seekers south of the border. This, just days after President Trump said he authorized the U.S. military to use lethal force to stop a caravan of migrants. And action critics challenged as unconstitutional. PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: You're dealing with a minimum of five hundred serious criminals. So I'm not going to let the military be taken advantage of. MARGARET BRENNAN: And in the final weeks of the Republican-controlled Congress, a House Committee has subpoenaed fired FBI Director James Comey for a second round of closed-door questioning. A summons that Comey says he'll fight. Investigators also set their sights on a new scandal--first daughter Ivanka Trump's use of private e-mail for White House business. House … [Read more...] about Full transcript: “Face the Nation” on November 25, 2018
Joseph Pisani, Ap Retail Writer Updated 9:53 am CST, Tuesday, November 13, 2018 In this Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018, photo, a rusting ferryboat is docked next to an aging industrial warehouse on Long Island City's Anable Basin in the Queens borough of New York. Across the East River is midtown Manhattan, top left. Long Island City is a longtime industrial and transportation hub that has become a fast-growing neighborhood of riverfront high-rises and redeveloped warehouses, with an enduring industrial foothold and burgeoning arts and tech scenes. less In this Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018, photo, a rusting ferryboat is docked next to an aging industrial warehouse on Long Island City's Anable Basin in the Queens borough of New York. Across the East River is midtown ... more Photo: Mark Lennihan, AP This Friday, Nov. 9, 2018, photo shows a view of Washington from a revolving restaurant in Crystal City, Va. If any place … [Read more...] about Amazon splits HQ between New York and northern Virginia