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2015/03/27 01:19
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Loretta Lynch, President Obama’s nominee for attorney general, will pass Togo West in mid-April as the longest-waiting presidential nominee in three administrations. (Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg) Loretta...
2015/03/27 01:19
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2015/03/26 20:25
2015/03/26 20:25
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Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Ill.) speaking to reporters in Peoria on Feb. 6. Seth Perlman/AP) In his farewell address in Congress on Thursday, Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Ill.), whose spending from his campaign...
2015/03/24 16:33
2015/03/24 16:33
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Wisconsin's voter ID law went into effect in 2011, and immediately launched a long, drawn-out legal battle. The law was in effect for just one primary election 2012 before the challenges were...
2015/03/23 15:19
2015/03/23 15:19
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We often think of data journalism as a recent invention, but in fact it has been around for centuries. Scott Klein, the assistant managing editor of ProPublica, recently highlighted one fascinating...
2015/03/23 04:22
2015/03/23 04:22
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The forensic pathologist who had spent the better part of 30 years investigating violent deaths walked into a Minnesota courtroom in 2012, braced to testify at another grueling murder trial. Jonathan...
2015/03/22 13:18
2015/03/22 13:18
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The Albany Times Union co-published a version of this story. Previously undisclosed emails by a mortgage industry lobbyist doubling as a consultant for then Attorney General Andrew Cuomo show the...
2015/03/22 00:39
2015/03/22 00:39
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Please forgive putting that catchy “877-CASH-NOW” jingle in mind, but the Jindal administration is basically singing that the multibillion-dollar structured settlement with Big Tobacco is their money...
2015/03/20 23:45
2015/03/20 23:45
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Only 7 percent of Americans think the United States is winning the war on drugs, and few Americans are interested in throwing down more money to try to win, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll...
2015/03/20 14:27
2015/03/20 14:27
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Jocelyn Samuels, the office’s director, spoke on Monday (before the Premera news) to health privacy and security experts gathered in Washington, D.C., for the National HIPAA Summit. Following her...
2015/03/20 09:33
2015/03/20 09:33
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Reuters became the latest foreign news publication to be blocked in mainland China on Friday, when the newswire’s English and Chinese-language websites became completely inaccessible to readers behind...
2015/03/19 12:45
2015/03/19 12:45
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Throughout the booms and busts of his Fort Worth oil empire and during his brother's notorious murder trial, Kenneth W. Davis Jr. largely kept to himself. At 89, he still does. He puts in full...
2015/03/19 01:53
2015/03/19 01:53
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I cover the richest people on the planet as part of Forbes’ wealth team. I report on how billionaires make, spend and lose their fortunes and track wealth across the globe for the Forbes World’s...
2015/03/19 01:23
2015/03/19 01:23
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Are magazines frozen in time? Amid ongoing reports of the death of print, Carat’s Christine McKinnon looks at some possible future revenue streams for magazine publishers. As I walked in something...
2015/03/18 17:19
2015/03/18 17:19
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Would you rather have $44,000, or your leg? It’s a gruesome question, but one that can mean everything to workers who are severely injured on the job. Workers’ compensation laws in the US require...
2015/03/17 23:39
2015/03/17 23:39
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Advocate columnist James Gill was named a finalist Monday for a Scripps Howard Award, a national honor established 62 years ago by the Scripps Howard Foundation. Gill was one of two finalists for the...
2015/03/17 17:43
2015/03/17 17:43
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American aviation’s last line of defense is quickly evaporating. Disgruntled federal air marshals, according to National Review, are leaving the service at an alarming clip — in 2014, an average of 10...
2015/03/15 18:18
2015/03/15 18:18
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When New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo took office, he promised to operate “the most transparent” administration in history. The night of his victory, he said, “The people want a government of competence and...
2015/03/14 21:22
2015/03/14 21:22
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Newspapers were once the dominant force in dislodging documents and other records from reluctant federal government agencies, but a new crop of media players, advocacy groups and corporate interests...
2015/03/14 01:46
2015/03/14 01:46
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Judge, DA push for breath interlock devices for DUI offendersJudge, DA push for breath interlock devices for DUI offenders A new push could make it harder for DUI drivers to offend again. The Clark...
2015/03/14 00:46
2015/03/14 00:46
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Study finds Nevadans well compensated for workplace injuriesStudy finds Nevadans well compensated for workplace injuries Nevadans who permanently lose use of an arm, hand or leg while on the job...
2015/03/27 01:19
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