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The Youngstown Vindicator
Federal team will visit to study city sewer plightYOUNGSTOWN A team from the U.S. Government Accountability Office will make a c
Federal team will visit to study city sewer plight
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 22 hours ago
YOUNGSTOWN A team from the U.S. Government Accountability Office will make a congressionally requested fact-finding visit to Youngstown in September as part of a GAO study of water supply and sewer infrastructure in communities with declining... Read more
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Reuters
United Airlines to revamp scheduling to fight flight delaysUnited Airlines planes are seen on platform at the Newark Liberty International
United Airlines to revamp scheduling to fight flight delays
Reuters / Posted yesterday
United Airlines planes are seen on platform at the Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey, July 8, 2015. CHICAGO United Airlines plans to change the way it schedules flights and to use new technology to tackle the delays and... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
United Airlines to revamp scheduling to fight flight delaysCHICAGO: United Airlines plans to change the way it schedules flights and to us
United Airlines to revamp scheduling to fight flight delays
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
CHICAGO: United Airlines plans to change the way it schedules flights and to use new technology to tackle the delays and cancellations that have hurt its competitiveness, company executives told Reuters. The new initiatives aim to narrow the gap in... Read more
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Washington Post
Carmen Group to pay $125,000 to resolve lobbying disclosure violationsWashington lobbying firm Carmen Group will pay a $125,000 fine to settle civil
Carmen Group to pay $125,000 to resolve lobbying disclosure violations
Washington Post / Posted yesterday
Washington lobbying firm Carmen Group will pay a $125,000 fine to settle civil allegations that it repeatedly violated the Lobbying Disclosure Act by failing to disclose some of its lobbying activities and political contributions, prosecutors... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
How would NOLA's Hurricane Katrina floods look if the storm had hit other U.S. cities?Almost 10 years ago, the nation held its breath, watching television reports of
How would NOLA's Hurricane Katrina floods look if the storm had hit other U.S. cities?
Houston Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
Almost 10 years ago, the nation held its breath, watching television reports of a massive hurricane that broke the walls between dry land and water in New Orleans. The devastation was unprecedented. Hurricane Katrina became the costliest storm in... Read more
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Providence Business News
Student-loan borrowers flock to payment-relief programsNEW YORK - Student-loan borrowers are flocking to relief programs touted by Pre
Student-loan borrowers flock to payment-relief programs
Providence Business News / Posted 8 days ago
NEW YORK - Student-loan borrowers are flocking to relief programs touted by President Barack Obama that lower their monthly payments and put them on a path to debt forgiveness. Almost 3.9 million former students signed up for income- based repayment... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Monday's Lead Letter: Army Corps has often been wrongWhen it comes to our city evaluating the deepening of the St. Johns River for J
Monday's Lead Letter: Army Corps has often been wrong
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 15 days ago
When it comes to our city evaluating the deepening of the St. Johns River for JaxPort, the recommendation to dredge is coming from an “expert, the Army Corps of Engineers, which in project planning and estimating benefits, risks and costs has a track... Read more
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Las Cruces Sun-News
New Mexico green chile growers want new guest worker programALBUQUERQUE >> Ed Ogaz and his family have farmed for decades in New Mexi
New Mexico green chile growers want new guest worker program
Las Cruces Sun-News / Posted 16 days ago
ALBUQUERQUE >> Ed Ogaz and his family have farmed for decades in New Mexico's famed Hatch Valley — an area known internationally for its green chiles. But in recent years, Ogaz has watched helplessly as the spice staple has seen a decline due... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
5 Federal Employees Indicted In School Lunch Scheme In Md.PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY, Md. (WJZ)–Five federal employees have been indicted in
5 Federal Employees Indicted In School Lunch Scheme In Md.
CBS Baltimore / Posted 16 days ago
PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY, Md. (WJZ)–Five federal employees have been indicted in a school lunch theft scheme in Maryland. One of the accused sits on the board of education, according to the Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Office. Prosecutors... Read more
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Carlsbad Current-Argus
New Mexico green chile growers want new guest worker programALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - Ed Ogaz and his family have farmed for decades in New
New Mexico green chile growers want new guest worker program
Carlsbad Current-Argus / Posted 16 days ago
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - Ed Ogaz and his family have farmed for decades in New Mexico's famed Hatch Valley - an area known internationally for its green chiles. But in recent years, Ogaz has watched helplessly as the spice staple has seen a decline... Read more
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KOB 4 Albuquerque
New Mexico green chile growers want new guest worker programCreated: 08/13/2015 11:52 AM By: By RUSSELL CONTRERAS ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP)
New Mexico green chile growers want new guest worker program
KOB 4 Albuquerque / Posted 16 days ago
Created: 08/13/2015 11:52 AM By: By RUSSELL CONTRERAS ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Ed Ogaz and his family have farmed for decades in New Mexico's famed Hatch Valley — an area known internationally for its green chiles. But in recent years, Ogaz has... Read more
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Lebanon Daily News
New Mexico green chile growers want new guest worker programALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Ed Ogaz and his family have farmed for decades in New
New Mexico green chile growers want new guest worker program
Lebanon Daily News / Posted 16 days ago
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Ed Ogaz and his family have farmed for decades in New Mexico's famed Hatch Valley — an area known internationally for its green chiles. But in recent years, Ogaz has watched helplessly as the spice staple has seen a decline... Read more
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Bennington Banner
New Mexico green chile growers want new guest worker programALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Ed Ogaz and his family have farmed for decades in New
New Mexico green chile growers want new guest worker program
Bennington Banner / Posted 16 days ago
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Ed Ogaz and his family have farmed for decades in New Mexico's famed Hatch Valley — an area known internationally for its green chiles. But in recent years, Ogaz has watched helplessly as the spice staple has seen a decline... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
New Mexico green chile growers want new guest worker program AP News | 08/13/15 10:41 am ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -- Ed Ogaz and his family
New Mexico green chile growers want new guest worker program
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 16 days ago
AP News | 08/13/15 10:41 am ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -- Ed Ogaz and his family have farmed for decades in New Mexico's famed Hatch Valley -- an area known internationally for its green... Read more
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The Evening Sun
New Mexico green chile growers want new guest worker programALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Ed Ogaz and his family have farmed for decades in New
New Mexico green chile growers want new guest worker program
The Evening Sun / Posted 16 days ago
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Ed Ogaz and his family have farmed for decades in New Mexico's famed Hatch Valley — an area known internationally for its green chiles. But in recent years, Ogaz has watched helplessly as the spice staple has seen a decline... Read more
11 related stories
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York Daily Record
New Mexico green chile growers want new guest worker programALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Ed Ogaz and his family have farmed for decades in New
New Mexico green chile growers want new guest worker program
York Daily Record / Posted 16 days ago
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Ed Ogaz and his family have farmed for decades in New Mexico's famed Hatch Valley — an area known internationally for its green chiles. But in recent years, Ogaz has watched helplessly as the spice staple has seen a decline... Read more
11 related stories
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The Washington Times
GAO employees indicted, accused of stealing lunch money from needy kidsFive employees of the U.S. Government Accountability Office were indicted Tuesd
GAO employees indicted, accused of stealing lunch money from needy kids
The Washington Times / Posted 17 days ago
Five employees of the U.S. Government Accountability Office were indicted Tuesday after prosecutors said they fraudulently obtained reduced-price school lunches for their children. Prosecutors said the employees falsely reported their incomes in... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
UC's plan for a $15 minimum wage sparks debate over working conditionsMichael Del Rio has worked for nearly three years as a custodian at UC San Dieg
UC's plan for a $15 minimum wage sparks debate over working conditions
Los Angeles Times / Posted 17 days ago
Michael Del Rio has worked for nearly three years as a custodian at UC San Diego's Thornton Hospital, reporting to the same bosses, working with the same colleagues and cleaning the same facilities. But he has led two lives. At first Del Rio worked... Read more
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Colorado Springs Independent
Gustavo Arellano will now take your questionsI was hesitant, back in 2007, to introduce Gustavo Arellano's satirical Ask a M
Gustavo Arellano will now take your questions
Colorado Springs Independent / Posted 17 days ago
I was hesitant, back in 2007, to introduce Gustavo Arellano's satirical Ask a Mexican column in Larimer County, where I was editing another altweekly. Not because of the often incendiary column topics. I was concerned readers in the mostly Caucasian... Read more
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WBNS-10TV Columbus
Authorities accuse 5 GAO employees of school lunch fraud Five employees of the U.S. Government Accountability Office have been indicte
Authorities accuse 5 GAO employees of school lunch fraud
WBNS-10TV Columbus / Posted 18 days ago
Five employees of the U.S. Government Accountability Office have been indicted on charges of fraudulently securing reduced-price school lunches for their children in a Maryland county near the... Read more
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FOX News
5 GAO employees accused of school lunch fraudBALTIMORE – Five employees with the U.S. Government Accountability Office have
5 GAO employees accused of school lunch fraud
FOX News / Posted 18 days ago
BALTIMORE – Five employees with the U.S. Government Accountability Office have been indicted on charges of illegally getting reduced-price school lunches for their children in Prince George's County, Md. County State's Attorney Angela Alsobrooks... Read more
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The Evening Sun
5 federal government employees accused of school lunch fraudBALTIMORE (AP) — Prosecutors say five employees with the U.S. Government Accoun
5 federal government employees accused of school lunch fraud
The Evening Sun / Posted 18 days ago
BALTIMORE (AP) — Prosecutors say five employees with the U.S. Government Accountability Office have been indicted on charges of illegally getting reduced-price school lunches for their children in Maryland. Prince George's County State's Attorney... Read more
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York Daily Record
5 federal government employees accused of school lunch fraudBALTIMORE (AP) — Prosecutors say five employees with the U.S. Government Accoun
5 federal government employees accused of school lunch fraud
York Daily Record / Posted 18 days ago
BALTIMORE (AP) — Prosecutors say five employees with the U.S. Government Accountability Office have been indicted on charges of illegally getting reduced-price school lunches for their children in Maryland. Prince George's County State's Attorney... Read more
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Lebanon Daily News
5 federal government employees accused of school lunch fraudBALTIMORE (AP) — Prosecutors say five employees with the U.S. Government Accoun
5 federal government employees accused of school lunch fraud
Lebanon Daily News / Posted 18 days ago
BALTIMORE (AP) — Prosecutors say five employees with the U.S. Government Accountability Office have been indicted on charges of illegally getting reduced-price school lunches for their children in Maryland. Prince George's County State's Attorney... Read more
14 related stories
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Bennington Banner
5 federal government employees accused of school lunch fraudBALTIMORE (AP) — Prosecutors say five employees with the U.S. Government Accoun
5 federal government employees accused of school lunch fraud
Bennington Banner / Posted 18 days ago
BALTIMORE (AP) — Prosecutors say five employees with the U.S. Government Accountability Office have been indicted on charges of illegally getting reduced-price school lunches for their children in Maryland. Prince George's County State's Attorney... Read more
14 related stories
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The Daily Record
GAO employees indicted in Prince George’s school lunch theft scheme Five employees of the U.S. Government Accountability Office were indicted Tue
GAO employees indicted in Prince George’s school lunch theft scheme
The Daily Record / Posted 18 days ago
Five employees of the U.S. Government Accountability Office were indicted Tuesday for illegally obtaining reduced-price school lunches for their children in Prince George’s County,... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Drug prescriptions for dead people total thousands of dollarsA new government report examining Medicaid billings in Florida and three other
Drug prescriptions for dead people total thousands of dollars
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 18 days ago
A new government report examining Medicaid billings in Florida and three other states show that taxpayers have sometimes paid for drugs prescribed to dead people or drugs prescribed to living patients from dead doctors. The U.S. Government... Read more
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Philly.com
GAO asked to investigate FDA over morcellator deviceTwelve members of Congress have asked the U.S. Government Accountability Office
GAO asked to investigate FDA over morcellator device
Philly.com / Posted 22 days ago
Twelve members of Congress have asked the U.S. Government Accountability Office to investigate why an electric device used in gynecologic surgery was marketed for two decades before safety warnings were issued by the U.S. Food and Drug... Read more
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The Gilmer Mirror
Over 50? Supersize Your Retirement Savings - Over 50? Supersize Your Retirement Savings By Nathaniel Sillin If you're over age 50 and not sure whether you're going to be able to retire it's time to focus get advice and build a realistic plan. Yo...Over 50? Supersize Your Retirement Savings By Nathaniel Sillin If you're over
Over 50? Supersize Your Retirement Savings - Over 50? Supersize Your Retirement Savings By Nathaniel Sillin If you're over age 50 and not sure whether you're going to be able to retire it's time to focus get advice and build a realistic plan. Yo...
The Gilmer Mirror / Posted 23 days ago
Over 50? Supersize Your Retirement Savings By Nathaniel Sillin If you're over age 50 and not sure whether you're going to be able to retire, it's time to focus, get advice and build a realistic plan. You're not alone. The U.S. Government... Read more
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FOX News
Lawmakers take aim at EPA 'sue-settle' collusionFaced with President Obama’s vastly expensive Clean Power Plan to remake the U.
Lawmakers take aim at EPA 'sue-settle' collusion
FOX News / Posted 24 days ago
Faced with President Obama’s vastly expensive Clean Power Plan to remake the U.S. electrical system and other looming regulatory decisions that dramatically affect energy supplies, Republican lawmakers have renewed their offensive against alleged... Read more
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The Washington Times
DAVID HUNT: Playing catch-up in the ArcticThe U.S. Government Accountability Office says that the Obama administration is
DAVID HUNT: Playing catch-up in the Arctic
The Washington Times / Posted 26 days ago
The U.S. Government Accountability Office says that the Obama administration is forcing our military to measure ice levels in the resources-rich Arctic. The president’s thinking, according to reports, is that shrinking ice could force us to institute... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Disturbing Video Shows Kentucky Officer Handcuff Crying Third-Grader At SchoolWASHINGTON -- A school resource officer in Kentucky handcuffed a crying third-g
Disturbing Video Shows Kentucky Officer Handcuff Crying Third-Grader At School
The Huffington Post / Posted 26 days ago
WASHINGTON -- A school resource officer in Kentucky handcuffed a crying third-grader with disabilities last year, according to a new video released by the American Civil Liberties Union. The video accompanies a federal lawsuit filed Monday by filed... Read more
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Los Angeles Daily News
Vaccine-injured children, adults can seek compensation from federal governmentVaccines remain one of the greatest success stories in public health. But for s
Vaccine-injured children, adults can seek compensation from federal government
Los Angeles Daily News / Posted 27 days ago
Vaccines remain one of the greatest success stories in public health. But for some Americans, rare side effects of inoculations have led to hardship, serious injury, even death. For almost three decades, the federal government has quietly... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
Vaccine-injured children, adults can seek compensation from federal governmentVaccines remain one of the greatest success stories in public health. But for s
Vaccine-injured children, adults can seek compensation from federal government
Inside Bay Area / Posted 27 days ago
Vaccines remain one of the greatest success stories in public health. But for some Americans, rare side effects of inoculations have led to hardship, serious injury, even death. For almost three decades, the federal government has quietly... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Vaccine-injured children, adults can seek compensation from federal governmentVaccines remain one of the greatest success stories in public health. But for s
Vaccine-injured children, adults can seek compensation from federal government
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 27 days ago
Vaccines remain one of the greatest success stories in public health. But for some Americans, rare side effects of inoculations have led to hardship, serious injury, even death. For almost three decades, the federal government has quietly... Read more
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Market Watch
How vulnerable are the U.S. stock markets to hackers?When the New York Stock Exchange halted trading for nearly four hours on July 8
How vulnerable are the U.S. stock markets to hackers?
Market Watch / Posted 29 days ago
When the New York Stock Exchange halted trading for nearly four hours on July 8, it raised an important question: How vulnerable are the markets to hackers? The threat of exchanges being hacked, though, is very real. More than half of the 46... Read more
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Rocklin & Roseville Today
State Moonlights as SlumlordIf a recent study to determine the safety of 29 state-owned buildings tells us
State Moonlights as Slumlord
Rocklin & Roseville Today / Posted 30 days ago
If a recent study to determine the safety of 29 state-owned buildings tells us anything, it's that the state is a terrible landlord. In fact, it may be time for government to get out of the building- owning business. It shouldn't take an act of the... Read more

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