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McConnell: It’s a culture of Intimidation, with Government Agencies Like The IRS & SEC Targeting Conservatives

McConnell: It’s a culture of Intimidation, with Government Agencies Like The IRS & SEC Targeting Conservatives

center>McConnell’s new attack ad features Obama’s most chilling wordsThe campaign team for U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell released a very powerful ad Wednesday slamming President Obama ...

McConnell: It's a culture of Intimidation, with Government Agencies Like The IRS & SEC Targeting Conservatives

McConnell: It's a culture of Intimidation, with Government Agencies Like The IRS & SEC Targeting Conservatives

center>McConnell’s new attack ad features Obama’s most chilling wordsThe campaign team for U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell released a very powerful ad Wednesday slamming President Obama ...

Postal workers to protest at Staples

Postal workers to protest at Staples

Postal workers to protest at StaplesStaples shoppers could face a postal workers' picket line on Thursday. The American Postal Workers Union has organized protests at 50 of the off ...

Many low-wage workers not protected by minimum wage

Many low-wage workers not protected by minimum wage

Many low-wage workers not protected by minimum wagePresident Obama's push to raise the federal minimum wage to $10.10 an hour, coupled with recent state-level increases, is welcome ...

What the heck is Aereo, anyway?

What the heck is Aereo, anyway?

What the heck is Aereo, anyway? Aereo is a streaming video service that costs $8 a month. It is a new way to watch and record shows on local television stations. Now Aereo's legali ...

Hardly Time to Call Obamacare a ‘Success’

Hardly Time to Call Obamacare a ‘Success’

Hardly Time to Call Obamacare a 'Success'   With 8 million Americans enrolled in health insurance through federal and state exchanges, President Barack Obama has declared the ...

Powdered alcohol could be in the mix

Powdered alcohol could be in the mix

Powdered alcohol could be in the mixAlcohol has been whipped, vaporized, canned into energy drinks and mixed into Jell-O shots. Now, meet powdered alcohol. A new product called Pal ...

Individual Investors Still Skittish Over Market

Individual Investors Still Skittish Over Market

Individual Investors Still Skittish Over Market The stock market may have bounced back post-recession, but it doesn’t mean American investors are any more likely to get in. A new r ...

IHS Economist: ‘Living Standards Will Suffer’ as Food Prices Surge

IHS Economist: ‘Living Standards Will Suffer’ as Food Prices Surge

IHS Economist: 'Living Standards Will Suffer' as Food Prices Surge Food prices are registering sharp gains, climbing 0.4 percent in both February and March and threatening to put a ...

McConnell: It’s a culture of Intimidation, with Government Agencies Like The IRS & SEC Targeting Conservatives

center>McConnell’s new attack ad features Obama’s most chilling wordsThe campaign team for U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell released a very powerful ad Wednesday slamming President Obama over the Internal Revenue Service scandal. The two-minute and 40 second ad is an unrelenting visual and vocal attack on Obama and those senior officials in the IRS who claim they knew nothing of the ongoing targeting of conservati ...

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McConnell: It's a culture of Intimidation, with Government Agencies Like The IRS & SEC Targeting Conservatives

center>McConnell’s new attack ad features Obama’s most chilling wordsThe campaign team for U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell released a very powerful ad Wednesday slamming President Obama over the Internal Revenue Service scandal. The two-minute and 40 second ad is an unrelenting visual and vocal attack on Obama and those senior officials in the IRS who claim they knew nothing of the ongoing targeting of conservati ...

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Postal workers to protest at Staples

Postal workers to protest at StaplesStaples shoppers could face a postal workers' picket line on Thursday. The American Postal Workers Union has organized protests at 50 of the office supplies stores in 27 states to oppose a deal where U.S. postal products and services are sold at Staples. 's not the first postal worker protest against the Staples (SPLS, Fortune 500) mini post offices, but it will be the la ...

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Many low-wage workers not protected by minimum wage

Many low-wage workers not protected by minimum wagePresident Obama's push to raise the federal minimum wage to $10.10 an hour, coupled with recent state-level increases, is welcome news for many people getting by on small paychecks. That's because a crazy patchwork of rules and exemptions lets employers pay some kinds of workers below the full minimum wage -- in some cases, well below. The rules are complex ...

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What the heck is Aereo, anyway?

What the heck is Aereo, anyway? Aereo is a streaming video service that costs $8 a month. It is a new way to watch and record shows on local television stations. Now Aereo's legality is before the Supreme Court. Is it, as Aereo argues, a legal and innovative way for consumers to get more control over how they watch TV? Or is it what some of the country's biggest broadcast networks say -- a business built on ...

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Hardly Time to Call Obamacare a ‘Success’

Hardly Time to Call Obamacare a 'Success'   With 8 million Americans enrolled in health insurance through federal and state exchanges, President Barack Obama has declared the Affordable Care Act a success. That's disingenuous and big changes are needed to make the law work well. Overall, the ACA's goals were to provide reasonably priced medical care to the 45 to 50 million uninsured and slow health car ...

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Powdered alcohol could be in the mix

Powdered alcohol could be in the mixAlcohol has been whipped, vaporized, canned into energy drinks and mixed into Jell-O shots. Now, meet powdered alcohol. A new product called Palcohol will instantly turn water into a Kool-Aid for adults. Just add water to the powdered drink mix for a fast cocktail. o the surprise of critics, federal regulators have given the powder a thumbs up. The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax ...

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Individual Investors Still Skittish Over Market

Individual Investors Still Skittish Over Market The stock market may have bounced back post-recession, but it doesn’t mean American investors are any more likely to get in. A new report from Bankrate.com (RATE) finds 73% of Americans say they aren’t any more inclined to invest in the market now than they were a year ago. This number holds true across all age groups and income levels. This percentage of Amer ...

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IHS Economist: ‘Living Standards Will Suffer’ as Food Prices Surge

IHS Economist: 'Living Standards Will Suffer' as Food Prices Surge Food prices are registering sharp gains, climbing 0.4 percent in both February and March and threatening to put a damper on the economy. The 0.4 percent increase compares with smaller gains for the overall consumer price index of 0.1 percent in February and 0.2 percent in March. What's happening is that wholesalers have raised the prices the ...

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A Fun Night Out for Under $200,000

A Fun Night Out for Under $200,000In "Tuesday Night Fever," Loot took you on the standard city-guide clubbing tour of New York. Here, we take a different kind of tour, with one of Manhattan's "Black Card promoters," to see how the nightlife elite roll. Fast. "This is a secret-handshake business. We're very discreet," says Abe Quinones. "I won't name names, but we do this for high-end athletes, celebrities a ...

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Who Detroit Bankruptcy hurts most

Who Detroit Bankruptcy hurts most As Detroit moved closer to plugging its massive financial hole this week, a stark fact of life was hammered home for thousands of retirees: Civilian employees, including sanitation and office workers, could end up bearing the brunt of pension cuts. The city reached tentative deals with its two pension funds. One represents Detroit's non-uniformed workers, and the other cove ...

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Crafts Store Michaels Confirms Payment Card Data Breach

Crafts Store Michaels Confirms Payment Card Data BreachMichaels Stores Inc, the biggest U.S. arts and crafts retailer, on Thursday confirmed that there was a breach of certain systems that process payment cards at its U.S. stores and that of its unit, Aaron Brothers. The company said in January that it was working with federal law enforcement officials to investigate a possible data breach. While the affect ...

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