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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 ...

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 ...

A Fun Night Out for Under $200,000

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 ...

Who Detroit Bankruptcy hurts most

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: Civili ...

Crafts Store Michaels Confirms Payment Card Data Breach

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 syst ...

Five Things to Know About the Fed’s Obsession With Inflation

Five Things to Know About the Fed’s Obsession With Inflation

Five Things to Know About the Fed's Obsession With InflationAmericans struggle with stagnant wages and rising prices. Yet the Federal Reserve is obsessed with boosting inflation wi ...

Tesla Direct Sales Remain Barred in Arizona

Tesla Direct Sales Remain Barred in Arizona

Tesla Direct Sales Remain Barred in ArizonaTesla Motors (TSLA TESLA MOTORS, INC. ) will remain barred from selling its electric vehicles directly to consumers in Arizona after a bi ...

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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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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Five Things to Know About the Fed’s Obsession With Inflation

Five Things to Know About the Fed's Obsession With InflationAmericans struggle with stagnant wages and rising prices. Yet the Federal Reserve is obsessed with boosting inflation with easy-money policies that may actually discourage reforms that would help jobs creation and lessen income inequality. During the last year, consumer prices were up 1.1 percent. That was historically low, because gasoline fell 8. ...

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Tesla Direct Sales Remain Barred in Arizona

Tesla Direct Sales Remain Barred in ArizonaTesla Motors (TSLA TESLA MOTORS, INC. ) will remain barred from selling its electric vehicles directly to consumers in Arizona after a bill that would have approved the sales model was scrapped. The House proposal to alter a franchise law that requires automakers to sell their cars through independent dealers was approved by a senate committee last month. But Sen. ...

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Should Wall Street Fear Hillary Clinton in 2016?

Should Wall Street Fear Hillary Clinton in 2016? After feeling burned by backing Barack Obama in 2008, the conventional wisdom suggests Wall Street should be rooting for a Republican to take the White House in 2016. But some believe the stock market could actually perform very well should Hillary Clinton become the first female commander-in-chief, especially if she inherits a GOP-controlled Congress. That’s ...

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Beef Prices Hit 27-Year High

Beef Prices Hit 27-Year High Thanks to dwindling herds and strong export demand, beef prices in the U.S. have soared to levels not seen in nearly three decades. The U.S. Department of Agriculture said the average price of fresh beef jumped to $5.28 per pound in February, or 5% higher compared to the prior month. Prices are at their highest point since 1987. Americans may turn to alternative protein sources ...

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Samsung Sticks It to Apple With Swiss Railways Deal

Samsung Sticks It to Apple With Swiss Railways Deal Samsung Electronics sent out a press release last week saying its gadgets had been chosen for a technology buildout at Swiss Federal Railways. Starting this month, the South Korean giant will begin to supply 30,000 mobile devices to Switzerland's state-owned rail company.These boring corporate one-offs are a common occurrence, and there's nothing particula ...

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