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The price of gold rallied after renewed hopes that an agreement could come from the European continent following a weekend of meetings and economic discussions from EU leaders.
A California program that set aside more than $100 million in tax breaks for companies including the now-bankrupt Solyndra LLC will continue to operate with only “very minor” changes.
A public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced last week that documents it obtained from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request detail 26 new deaths resulting from Gardasil vaccinations.
Consensus is split among analysts trying to decide whether the nastiness of recent GOP Presidential primary debates is creating problems for the Republican Party. Many Republicans think the “friendly fire” is doing little more than ensuring Obama a victory in the 2012 election
Several Republican lawmakers are challenging President Barack Obama’s science czar over alleged “scientific misconduct” among several agencies.
We have eaten our seed corn. We are in the midst of a moral crisis which is purely and simply the result and consequence of a 100-year experiment in dishonest money. I speak of fiat, an amoral monster that has ravished our lives and our savings. We live in the final rot of a world fiat empire.
On Friday, President Barack Obama and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki cemented an agreement for a planned end-of-the-year U.S. troop withdrawal from the country. The Washington Post reports that, as a result of the withdrawal, only about 150 soldiers will remain in the country to protect the U.S. Embassy compound in Baghdad and the thousands of American diplomats who work there.
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.