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Gripes About Excessive Regulations And Taxes Often Are Baseless

Gripes About Excessive Regulations And Taxes Often Are Baseless

Ignore the hysteria -- tougher regulations will not sink the economy. ...

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Chief Tax-Dodging Officers

Chief Tax-Dodging Officers

Many corporations are paying their CEOs more than they pay the Treasury. ...

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Senate Falls Short On Keystone, Battle Looms With Obama Next Year

Senate Falls Short On Keystone, Battle Looms With Obama Next Year

A vote over the construction of the Keystone Pipeline XL has been suspended with a vote of 59-41 for the pipeline, missing the mark of 60 needed to pass the bill. ...

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Keystone Stalemate: Fix Decaying Pipelines First For Jobs, Health, And Safety

Keystone Stalemate: Fix Decaying Pipelines First For Jobs, Health, And Safety

With the Keystone XL pipeline stalled again, now perhaps we can look ahead and consider more promising ways to rebuild our energy system, creating many more jobs than that controv ...

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Japan Premier Calls Election, Puts Off Tax Hike

Japan Premier Calls Election, Puts Off Tax Hike

Learn more about the crisis in Japan's government. ...

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LA Times Names Internet Strategist Nicco Mele Deputy Publisher

LA Times Names Internet Strategist Nicco Mele Deputy Publisher

Nico Mele has helped politicians win elections through his technological expertise. He now joins the Los Angeles Times as deputy publisher. ...

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Predators Follow Prey To Florida

Predators Follow Prey To Florida

Yet again, white-collar crooks are flocking to Rick Scott's Sunshine State. ...

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Putin Resists Western Offensive As Testy G20 Closes

Putin Resists Western Offensive As Testy G20 Closes

Tension toward Putin flared at the international G20 summit. ...

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Japan Falls Into Recession

Japan Falls Into Recession

Historically the world's third largest economy, Japan has entered a recession. ...

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Wall Street Takes Over More Statehouses

Wall Street Takes Over More Statehouses

Forget the GOP -- the financial services industry was the biggest winner of the 2014 midterms. ...

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