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What If There’s No Winner? Presidential Campaigns And Their Lawyers Prepare

The presidential race is expected to be extremely close, and that has a lot of people nervous about what it […]

Storm Leaves Many Facing Tricky Insurance Process

Mario Veas spent Monday night hunkered down with his family. But he has been running ever since. Veas runs a […]

Sandy, Election Could Skew Future Jobs Reports

Each month, the Labor Department issues an employment report. On Friday, that report showed job creation rose in October — […]

As Tempers Flare At Stations, Moves Are Made To Get Gas To N.Y, N.J.

Across the region around New York City and northern New Jersey today, “motorists increasingly desperate for a fill-up fumed in […]

Final Pre-Election Jobs Report Has News For Both Obama And Romney To Spin

(Revised @ 12 p.m. ET) The final monthly jobs report before Tuesday’s general election contained something for both President Obama […]

Coast Guard Probing Tall Ship’s Sinking; Captain Had Spoken About Hurricanes

There’s word from The Associated Press that the Coast Guard “has ordered a formal investigation into the sinking of a […]

It’s All Politics, Nov. 1, 2012

Superstorm Sandy, the October Surprise no one anticipated, throws a monkey wrench into the final days of the campaign. NPR’s […]

Attention, Shoppers: Health Care Prices Go Online In Colorado

If you need an MRI of your knee in Colorado, the price varies — a lot. You can pay anywhere […]

Fixing NYC’s Underground Power Grid Is No Easy Task

The fury of the great storm Sandy shocked a lot of people, like John Miksad, vice president of the New […]

Ala. Racist Language Measure Draws Unexpected Foes

State-mandated segregation is a thing of the past in Alabama, but the state’s antiquated 1901 constitution paints a different picture. […]

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