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Italian Law Pits Older Workers Against Younger Ones

Italy’s technocrat prime minister, Mario Monti, came to office less than five months ago as the country’s finances were in […]

After 567,000 Miles And 48 Years, Florida Woman Parks Her ‘Chariot’

When 93-year-old Rachel Veitch picked up the newspaper on March 10 and realized that the macular degeneration in her eyes […]

A Disappearing Town In The Shadow Of Big Coal

Ten years ago this spring, the residents of Cheshire, Ohio, had a decision to make: They could stay in their […]

More Fake Cancer Drugs Found In The U.S.

Another batch of phony cancer drugs has made its way into the U.S., the Food and Drug Administration says. U.S.-based […]

Drug Spending Levels Off, But Not For The Usual Reasons

U.S. spending on prescription drugs grew just barely in 2011, according to the annual report from IMS Health, which keeps […]

Obama And Romney Begin Race To Define Themselves — And Each Other

Incumbent presidents generally try to cast their re-election contest as a choice between the imperfect but well-meaning and effective occupant […]

New In Paperback April 2-8

Fiction and nonfiction releases from Julie Otsuka, Kyung-sook Shin, E.L. James, Shirley MacLaine, Shania Twain and Wendy McClure. [Copyright 2012 […]

Private Hiring Signals Another Strong Jobs Report

Jobs at U.S. businesses increased by 209,000 in March, according to a report released Wednesday by the payroll processing firm […]

Mali’s Rebellion Stirs Fear Of Wider Saharan Conflict

Rebels from the Tuareg ethnic group now control most of northern Mali, a territory as big as France, on the […]

Live Blog: Romney Takes Aim At Obama’s ‘Appalling Lack Of Leadership’

Coming off his three-state sweep in Tuesday’s primaries, GOP presidential contender Mitt Romney this noon renewed his charge that President […]

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