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Buffett's Burger King backing flips Obama inversi...
WASHINGTON — Billionaire Warren Buffett was an ally of President Barack Obama during the 2008 presidential campaign and the force behind Obama's "Buffett Rule," designed to increase tax bills for the...
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Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
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Tim Hortons Inc.
Guess Who's Running Again? Everybody
... put your little hand in mine; 'cause there ain't no hill or mountain we can't climb."
is running for Congress. For the 13th freaking time. John Larson is running for Congress. For...
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Another view: On Labor Day, a new order for worke...
But Starbucks’ commitments, such as giving one week’s notice of employee schedules and discouraging managers from scheduling workers for back-to-back opening and closing shifts, fall short. One...
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The New York Times
How A Nonprofit Is Teaching Women To Run For Offi...
The numbers aren’t pretty. According to the National Women’s Political Caucus, of the 535 seats in the 113th U.S. Congress, just 18.5%--or 99 members--are women. In 2013, just 24.1%,of the 7,383...
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Yale Law School
Steve Israel Looks to Future: Could Third DCCC Ch...
DCCC Chairman Ponders His Future — With No Clear Seat at Leadership Table DCCC Chairman Steve Israel (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call File Photo) Rep. Steve Israel doesn’t want another tour of duty as...
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Bill pushes equal pay for women
HARTFORD -- A male health care worker in Connecticut on average earns almost twice as much as a woman performing the same job. A male working in finance earns 61 percent more than a woman with the...
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Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Wal-Mart treats workers like Pop-Tarts
Wal-Mart loves keeping track of data. For instance, the retail giant’s researchers know that before and after major storms, customers buy strawberry Pop-Tarts at a rate that’s seven times faster than...
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Himes: Public investments critical to strengtheni...
Seventy years ago, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed into law the GI Bill of Rights that helped some 8 million World War II veterans pay for college, buy their first home or start a business....
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Lawmakers seek clearer menu markings
Lawmakers called on the president Friday to issue strong rules on menu labeling. Rep.
and Sen. Tom Harkin, of Iowa, have been sponsoring legislation about it for nearly a decade. Both...
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Office of Management and Budget
Testing the limits of ‘sin’ and making it pay
Sin has never been more popular, and its popularity is greatest among the government economists who never tire of figuring out how to make it pay. So far, the governments want to tax only the venial...
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World Health Organization
Australian Medical Association
Democrats Urge Obama to Deny Federal Contracts to...
Six Democrats in Congress have sent a letter to President Obama, encouraging him to deny federal contracts to inverted corporations. American corporations have exploited a loophole in current law by...
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Help for Homeless Vets Comes in Form of Federal G...
Homeless veterans and their families are getting a boost from $3 million in federal grants awarded to agencies designed to help them find housing. U.S. Representatives
, John Larson and...
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Happy Birthday To Norwalk’s Wayne Winsley
NORWALK, Conn. -- Happy birthday to Norwalk’s Wayne Winsley! Winsley, who has lived in Norwalk, turns 51 on Wednesday. The motivational speaker, author, and broadcaster was born Aug. 13, 1963, in...
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United States Navy
Health Halo Around Sports Drinks Has Dark Side
Health Halo Around Sports Drinks Has Dark Side (Andy King/AP) By Viji Sundaram Special to the NNPA from New America Media Researchers at the school’s Atkins Center for Weight and Health studied 21...
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By The Associated Press Here is a list of uncontested races in Connecticut. Dan Malloy (i), Dem Nancy Wyman (i), Dem Kevin Lembo (i), Dem Kie Westby, GOP George Jepsen (i), Dem Peter Lumaj,...
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4 "Urban Oases" Created In City Parks
Common Ground High School sent in these photos and the following write-up about the creation of urban wildlife refuges in New Haven, announced at an event Friday morning featuring kids,...
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Stewart B. McKinney
DeLauro urges renewal of Export-Import Bank at Mi...
spoke in favor of legislation reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank before its charter expires in September at Clearwater Systems Corp. in Middletown Friday. Cassandra...
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The sweet and sour of a progressive society
The sweet and sour of a progressive society By Ken Root There are some actions of society that we call “progressive.” They start with cultural awareness of a problem. When pushed by activists, the...
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‘Health Halo’ Around Sports Drinks Has Dark Side ...
New America Media, News Report, Viji Sundaram, Posted: Aug 08, 2014 Researchers at the school’s Atkins Center for Weight and Health studied 21 sugary drinks popular with young people that were...
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U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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American Public Health Association
Russia's Communists Demand Tax on Coca-Cola
As Russia's sanctions thumping match with the West escalates, the country's Communist lawmakers have demanded a tax on "unfriendly" U.S. drinks giant Coca-Cola — in a motion that reads like a...
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