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John Kerry Says Iran Talks Far From Over Following Nuclear Deal

November 24, 2013 9:22 PM0 comments
John Kerry Says Iran Talks Far From Over Following Nuclear Deal

GENEVA, Nov 25 – Saturday night had turned into Sunday morning and four days of talks over Iran’s nuclear programme had already gone so far over schedule that the Geneva Intercontinental Hotel had been given over to another event. A black tie charity ball was finishing up and singers with […]

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Tea Party Republicans Backed By Big Corporate Players Following Shutdown

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Tea Party Republicans Backed By Big Corporate Players Following Shutdown

WASHINGTON, Nov 23 (Reuters) – Business groups waged a fierce lobbying campaign last month to convince Republicans to re-open the government and raise the debt ceiling, but many of the most influential U.S. corporations have not cut off support to lawmakers who did not heed their appeal. Eight of the […]

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EPA Faces Challenges To Air Pollution Authority In Supreme Court Cases

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EPA Faces Challenges To Air Pollution Authority In Supreme Court Cases

WASHINGTON, Nov 24 – The U.S. government’s authority to regulate air pollution nationwide, often against the wishes of Republican-leaning states, could face new curbs when the U.S. Supreme Court takes on two high-stakes cases in coming months. The cases focus on the broad-ranging power wielded by the U.S. Environmental Protection […]

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John Cornyn, Texas Senator, Says Iran Deal Is Obamacare Distraction

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John Cornyn, Texas Senator, Says Iran Deal Is Obamacare Distraction

WASHINGTON – It was predictable that GOP hawks like Senator Lindsay Graham (R-SC) wouldn’t love the historic deal the Obama administration reached with Iran on Saturday night. But Texas Senator John Cornyn had a unique, if completely bizarre, take on the agreement: Among the many politicians and journalists to counter […]

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#OBAMACARE “Glitch” LMAO – Jon Stewart, Verizon, HHS brings in Verizon to help HealthCare.gov

October 21, 2013 10:07 PM0 comments
#OBAMACARE “Glitch” LMAO – Jon Stewart, Verizon, HHS brings in Verizon to help HealthCare.gov

WASHINGTON — The international telecommunications company Verizon has been tasked with helping the government fix the federal health exchange, USA TODAY has learned. Jon Stewart Delivers Blistering Takedown of Obamacare Rollout: Dems Can’t ‘Spin This Turd’ An informed source in the telecommunications industry said Verizon’s Enterprise Solutions division has been […]

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Senate leaders announce tentative budget deal The Debt-Ceiling Crisis Is Over!

October 16, 2013 8:33 AM0 comments
Senate leaders announce tentative budget deal The Debt-Ceiling Crisis Is Over!

WASHINGTON – Senate leaders on Wednesday announced a bipartisan agreement to end the partial government shutdown and raise the debt ceiling, teeing up a string of votes which could start later in the day. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Republican Leader Mitch McConnell announced the “important agreement” on the […]

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Become A Better Player: Work On Your Jumping Skills

October 13, 2013 6:20 PMComments Off

Most athletes can benefit a lot from gaining the ability to jump higher. Basketball, soccer, badminton and volleyball are just some of the sports that require this skill from their players for them to gain a competitive edge. It is, thus, always a plus for a player to have this […]

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Deal or no deal? GOP back to drawing board on debt plan after Obama meeting

October 10, 2013 7:50 PM0 comments
Deal or no deal? GOP back to drawing board on debt plan after Obama meeting

WASHINGTON – Republican lawmakers scrambled back to the drawing board late Thursday to modify their plan for a short-term increase in the debt ceiling, after President Obama apparently pushed back on the proposal during a high-stakes White House meeting. The meeting broke up with no deal announced, despite optimism earlier […]

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Obama Administration Has Gone To Unprecedented Lengths To Thwart Journalists

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Obama Administration Has Gone To Unprecedented Lengths To Thwart Journalists

NEW YORK — Leonard Downie spent more than four decades at The Washington Post, including 17 years as the paper’s top editor, and has heard plenty of grumbling from reporters blocked from access to government information. “I’m used to journalists complaining,” he told HuffPost in an interview. But after speaking […]

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New Corporate Tax Shelter: A Merger Abroad

October 9, 2013 5:13 PM0 comments
New Corporate Tax Shelter: A Merger Abroad

Executives at a California chip maker, Applied Materials, highlighted a number of advantages in announcing a merger recently with a smaller Japanese rival, but an important one was barely mentioned: lower taxes. The merged company will save millions of dollars a year by moving — not to one side of […]

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