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Social Security benefits are set to increase by 3.6 percent next year, the first rise in the payments since 2009 for the one-in-five Americans who currently rely on the program.
Despite the best efforts from President Barack Obama and his campaign-style push this week, the Senate voted down a revised jobs bill that entered the chamber’s floor.
President Barack Obama’s recent proposal for imposing limitations on tax deductions for wealthy donors received harsh criticism at a Congressional hearing on Tuesday.
Ten years after a mail-borne anthrax attack left five people dead, questions have arisen regarding the strength of the FBI’s case against the only suspect for the crime.
The government hates it when people, especially government employees, point out its wrongdoing. It has often demonstrated its displeasure by firing whistleblowers and sometimes even charging them with criminal activity. But now there’s a new sheriff in town, and it seems she’s really interested in protecting whistleblowers.
If you’re in Louisiana and you plan to buy secondhand goods, cash may be useless. By order of new legislation in the State, House Bill 195, those who buy or sell secondhand goods are no longer allowed to use cash to complete the transactions more than once a month.
I have a very serious question I want to ask you today: What are you doing to win others to our cause, so we can enjoy enough political victories next year to begin turning this country around? I hope you’ll give me some encouraging, even inspirational, answers.
The Senate stood up to President Barack Obama on Tuesday. The legislative body rebuffed an effort by the Commander In Chief to limit the consumption of the potato for millions of schoolchildren around the country.
Only three years after the world’s financial crisis in 2008, the global economy is slowing down again. At the start of the year, most forecasters expected global gross domestic product to expand in the range of 4.3 percent to 4.5 percent, it probably will only be around 3 percent.