S. 2972 – A bill to repeal section 230 of the Communications Act of 1934, introduced 10/8/2021.
To repeal section 230 of the Communications Act of 1934.
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Most taxpayers who requested an extension to file their 2021 tax return must file by Oct. 15
October 15 is the filing extension deadline. Most taxpayers who requested an extension of time to file their 2020 tax return must file tomorrow to avoid the penalty for filing late.
Extension filers who owe taxes should pay as much as possible to reduce interest and penalties. Those who have yet to file a 2020 tax return, owe tax, and did not request an extension can generally avoid additional penalties and interest by filing the return as soon as possible and paying any taxes owed.
Here are a few resources on IRS.gov to help last-minute filers:
• Filing for individuals This page includes a link to IRS Free File, which is available through Oct.15. IRS e-file is easy, safe and the most accurate way to file taxes. Some Free File products are available in Spanish. Filing electronically can also help taxpayers determine their earned income tax credit, child and dependent care credit, and recovery rebate credit. • Paying taxes Taxpayers can pay online or by phone. If filing through tax software or a tax preparer, they can schedule a payment when filing. If taxpayers have a balance and are unable to pay it now, they should set up a payment plan. • Viewing account information Individual taxpayers can go to their online account to view key information from their most recent tax return such as their adjusted gross income, their payment history including any estimated tax payments and their economic impact payment amounts, which may help in preparing and filing their return. They can also view the amount they owe; their payment plan details and options, digital copies of certain notices, their address on file and authorization requests from tax professionals.
There are some groups who still have time to file.
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HSI announces two rewards for information on Pakistani national and human smuggler Abid Ali Khan. A reward of up to $1 million is being offered by the State Department for information leading to the arrest and/or conviction of Khan and a second $1 million reward is offered for information leading to the financial disruption of Khan’s human smuggling network. Read more
CHILD EXPLOITATION | HSI investigation exposes Michigan man’s attempts to sexually exploit children
An investigation by HSI special agents working with federal, state and local law enforcement resulted in multiple state child exploitation charges against a Michigan man. Read more
NARCOTICS | HSI Nogales investigation results in drug trafficker sentenced to 5 years
A twice-removed Mexican national was sentenced to five years in prison for drug trafficking following an investigation by HSI assisted by the United States Border Patrol. Read more
CHILD EXPLOITATION | Former south Texas police officer sentenced to 10 years for setting up hidden camera to capture video of a minor female
A former south Texas police officer will spend the next 10 years behind bars for possessing child pornography following an investigation by HSI. Joel Alex Sandate, 32, of Los Fresnos, Texas, was sentenced Oct. 7 in federal court to 120 months in federal prison. Read more
CAREERS | #ICYMI: ICE is hiring
ICE is hiring for multiple positions across the United States. Interested? To learn more and apply, visit USAJOBS.
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ICE is a 21st century law enforcement agency with broad responsibilities for a number of key homeland security priorities. For more information, visit www.ICE.gov. To report suspicious activity, call 1-866-347-2423 or complete our tip form.
Violinist Augustin Hadelich plays with an undeniable maturity beyond his years and an artistry reminiscent of classical music’s Golden Age. Named Musical America’s Instrumentalist of the Year in 2017, Hadelich has consistently established himself as a performer of poise and virtuosity.
COVID-19: Stronger Together Through a One Health ApproachTuesday, October 19, Noon-1 p.m. ETThe Library of Congress Health Services Division and the Science, Technology and Business Division have collaborated with three expert speakers to provide the public with the latest information about the One Health approach, a transdisciplinary framework that calls for collaboration between human and veterinary medicine, sociology, economics, behavioral science and political science to manage current and future pandemics. Register for this event.
Prints & Photographs Orientation: Photography of Latin America and the CaribbeanWednesday, October 20, 3-4 p.m. ETThis orientation session will include a brief introduction to photography collections of Latin America and the Caribbean. Instruction will cover library search tools, online resources, and how to prepare for a future visit to the reading room. Register for this event.
Freedom of Speech in the Time of Pandemic: Central America and EurasiaThursday, October 21, 2-3 p.m. ETThe Foreign and Comparative Law Webinar Series of classes is designed to shed light on some of the foreign and comparative law issues currently being researched by the foreign law and international law experts at the Law Library of Congress. Register for this event.
CCDI Grant Webinar: Higher EducationFriday, October 22, 3-4 p.m. ETJoin the Library of Congress to learn more about the Connecting Communities Digital Initiative (CCDI) grant opportunity for higher education institutions. Register for this event.
Exhibitions at the Library of Congress
Several exhibitions are open for visitors to visit at the Library of Congress.
IMPORTANT NOTE: In order to enter the Library’s Thomas Jefferson Building and experience the exhibition, each visitor must apply for and receive one of a limited number of free timed entry passes. For information on reserving tickets, visit loc.gov/visit, where visitors can review “Know Before You Go” guidelines and reserve their free passes.
Outdated Applications to be Removed from the Electronic Registration System
NewsNet 927 October 15, 2021
Many users have saved draft applications in the eCO system that have never been submitted to the Copyright Office. To conserve system resources, any draft application created on or before November 30, 2020, will be permanently discarded by the system on November 30, 2021. Draft applications created and saved on or after December 1, 2020, will not be affected.
Are you a Veteran considering obtaining a degree or vocational training? In this article, you will learn how the Post-9/11 GI Bill can help with costs of tuition, housing, textbooks, school supplies, and occasionally relocation services if the recipient is from a rural area.Read More
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