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The IRS has a list of companies that offer free tax filing.

A tool on the IRS website makes it easy to file your taxes for free online. Here’s how it works.

The IRS has a free tax filing portal where you can file your federal tax return for free online if you made less than $66,000 in 2018.
Three Boeing 737 fuselages on an embankment on the Clark Fork River after a BNSF Railway train derailed near Rivulet, Montana, in 2014.

Boeing’s 737 Max crisis could have a bigger effect on the US economy than the government shutdown

If Boeing is forced to stop producing the plane that's crashed twice, it could knock a huge chunk of the US' economic output, JPMorgan is warning.

Boeing’s software update to the 737 Max 8 was reportedly delayed more than a month because of the government shutdown

The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that the government shutdown delayed an important software fix to the Boeing 737 Max 8 for five weeks.
A photo of Joshua Tree National Park taken in February of 2019.

I went to Joshua Tree after the government shutdown. Even though it looked picture-perfect, it could actually take the park 300 years to recover from ...

When I visited Joshua Tree this month, I didn't see any evidence of vandalism from the government shutdown. But the real damage may not be visible.
President Donald Trump talks with a US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Border Patrol Agent while participating in a tour of US-Mexico border wall prototypes.

Trump will declare a national emergency to build his border wall. Here’s what could happen next.

The White House announced Thursday that President Donald Trump will declare a national emergency to secure more border-wall funds.
President Donald Trump talks to reporters in the Oval Office on January 9, 2019.

Trump will sign the bipartisan border-security deal and declare a national emergency to get more wall money

"He will also be issuing a national emergency declaration at the same time," McConnell said.

Trump reportedly wants to grab funds intended for disaster relief, military housing, and flood-control projects to pay for his border wall

President Donald Trump has been eyeing a move that could secure more funding for his border wall without resorting to declaring a national emergency.
President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally at El Paso County Coliseum in El Paso, Texas, on Monday.

Trump is reportedly ready to sign the border deal to avoid another shutdown — but is hinting at finding other ways to secure more wall funding

Trump could sign the deal to avoid a shutdown but also declare a national emergency or sign an executive order to get money for a border wall.

Top Republicans say Trump could still declare a national emergency to get money for the wall, even if he signs the bipartisan border-security deal

"And all along I felt like this might be more than a one-step process," Sen. Hoeven told INSIDER. "So this is kind of the first step."

Trump appears to have already soured on border-security plan, saying it would be Democrats’ fault if the government shuts down again

"I can’t say I'm happy," President Donald Trump said. "I can’t say I’m thrilled."