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Privatization Of Greek Assets Runs Behind Schedule

In exchange for multibillion-euro bailouts, Greece was required to sell state-owned assets. But the sweeping privatization process is behind schedule. […]

The FMLA at 20: Room for improvement?

Twenty years ago, President Bill Clinton signed the Family and Medical Leave Act into law, granting 12 weeks of job protection […]

Reuters: CEO’s Deals ‘Pose Potential Conflicts of Interest’ at SandRidge Energy

New language in Tom Ward’s employment contract gives the SandRidge CEO “wide latitude” to profit personally from oil and natural […]

‘Don’t Give Up On Us’: Puerto Ricans Wrestle With High Crime

Puerto Rico’s population is declining. Faced with a deteriorating economy, increased poverty and a swelling crime rate, many Puerto Ricans […]

Silica Rule Changes Delayed While Workers Face Health Risks

One of the oldest known workplace dangers is breathing in tiny bits of silica, which is basically sand. Even the […]

Obama’s Pick For CIA Chief To Face Senate Scrutiny

John Brennan, President Obama’s choice to lead the CIA, can look forward to a grilling Thursday on Capitol Hill. As […]

Justice Department To Share Secret Drone Memo With Congress

President Obama directed the Justice Department late Wednesday to give Congress access to classified information that details the rationale for […]

Bravery By Speaking Up Or Keeping Quiet?

Finally today I want to talk about – and I want you to hear – the voices of two women: […]

Even In Blue Minnesota, Gun Control Seems A Tough Sell

Minnesota has a Democratic governor, two Democratic senators, and Democrats control both houses of its Legislature. So it may have […]

Questions Sprout Up Over Razed California Wildlife Reserve

Just a stone’s throw from two of Los Angeles’ busiest freeways lies the Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve — a unique […]

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