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Job Numbers: ‘One Month Does Not Make A Trend’

Just when it seemed to be gaining steam, the U.S. job market pretty much stalled in March. Employers added a […]

Small Town’s Police Blotter Is A Riot

In one Alaskan fishing village, crime is a laughing matter. It’s not the crimes that have residents chuckling so much […]

In General Election Ads, It’s Game On Over Gas Prices

The Republican presidential primaries may not officially be over, but political ads on both sides have moved on to the […]

FDA’s Stance On Online Pharmacies May Go Too Far, Study Says

The Food and Drug Administration has warned people about the many dangers of buying medications from foreign pharmacies over the […]

Partisan Fight For Female Vote Uses Monthly Jobs Report As Weapon

With the possibility that women voters might prove decisive in November’s presidential election, each major party is obviously looking for […]

Faith In Seattle Police ‘Shaken’ By DOJ Investigation

Police departments have come under increased scrutiny from the Obama administration as the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division steps up […]

When It Comes To Delegates, Santorum May Have A Math Problem

In presidential nominating contests, the delegate count really matters — right up until the moment where it doesn’t. Unfortunately for […]

For Long-Term Unemployed, Help Is Running Out

Diane Turner can’t find work. She spent 30 years managing dental practices in Sonoma County, north of San Francisco, but […]

It’s All Politics, April 5, 2012

Mitt Romney’s sweep in Tuesday’s primaries essentially signals the beginning of the general election campaign. And President Obama joins the […]

VIDEO: Rapping Federal Worker Adds To Evidence Of Waste And Excess

As if there wasn’t enough outrage already about the “excessive and wasteful” spending by the federal government’s General Services Administration […]

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