Weekly Roundup: U.S. Falls in Annual Corruption Index, Watchdog Calls on IRS to Strengthen Anti-Tax Evasion Efforts, and More

The United States is no longer thought to be one of the 20 least corrupt countries in the world, the Berlin, Germany-based Transparency International said this week. The group, which published its index of global corruption perception Tuesday, ranked the United States as the 22nd least corrupt country out of 178. Denmark, New Zealand and Singapore tied for the country thought least corrupt, while Somalia appeared at the bottom of the list for the third year in a row. More The U.S. Government Accountability Office pointed to some of the potential corruption among American taxpayers Tuesday. The watchdog organization said...