Headlines on Wednesday – WISH-TV | Indianapolis Information | Indiana climate
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Here’s a look at the headlines on Wednesday.
The head of the IRS calculated that US tax evasion could total $ 1 trillion a year, a number many times higher than previous federal government estimates.
The IRS chief says tax evasion has increased dramatically in recent years.
According to the retting of the IRS commission, the increase in IRS funding could add nearly 5,000 auditors.
Disney theme park employees have more flexibility in their dress code, especially with regards to personal expression.
Disney will enable workers to have more “gender-specific hairstyles, jewelry, nail styles, and costume choices.” Performers are also allowed to show “matching” tattoos.
Disney has already started adding more comprehensive attractions and experiences.
United Airlines is working towards a more sustainable future with the launch of the first Eco-Skies alliance program of its kind.
Working with airlines, more than a dozen leading global companies will collectively contribute to the purchase of approximately 3.4 million gallons of sustainable aviation fuel this year.
The US government is urging the authorities to apply patches to Microsoft servers.
The government says there is an unacceptable risk on the servers.
Unlike the patches released in March that closed loopholes exploited by Chinese hackers, Microsoft is not aware of the exploits of these new vulnerabilities.