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The Fine Political Art Of Jobs Forecasting

Friday is jobs day, when the federal government releases its monthly unemployment report. It’s also just about six months before […]

As Psychiatric Wards Close, Patients Languish In Emergency Rooms

Last fall Kathy Partridge got a phone call from a local emergency room, telling her that her daughter, Jessie Glasscock, […]

After Cory Booker’s Remarks, Press Aide Resigns

Perhaps Newark, N.J., Mayor Cory Booker’s gaffe on NBC’s Meet the Press has caused collateral damage, with the resignation Tuesday […]

Suspect In Four Seattle Killings May Have Shot Himself, Police Say

Seattle police say a gunman suspected of killing three people at a cafĂ© and one in an apparent carjacking may […]

CEO In Chief? A Business Background Is Rare For Presidents

Republican Mitt Romney is running on the strength of his business background. He says he knows how to fix the […]

FDA Rules Corn Syrup Can’t Change Its Name To Corn Sugar

Corn-based-sweetener manufacturers may be singing a sour tune today. The Food and Drug Administration just ruled that the ubiquitous high […]

South Dakotan Hopes Video Stroll Ends In Congress

Some of us missed the Jeff Barth video when it first hit the Internet last week, which is like a […]

Banned In Idaho, ‘Five Wives’ Vodka Says It Meant No Offense

They’re “five wives who just like to get together and have a cocktail.” They’re not meant to be a direct […]

In N.J., Democratic Frenemies Wage Final Battle

There was a time when the U.S. House colleagues, Democrats from neighboring congressional districts in northern New Jersey, called themselves […]

Obama’s Own Story Defines His American Dream

NPR is examining what the American dream means to our culture, our economy and our politics. On Morning Edition, we’ll […]

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