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David Hogg, After Parkland

Hogg was home alone that day, checking his phone and keeping company with Tater, the family terrier (allergic to grass but fond of tangerines and bananas), and he struck me as surprisingly composed. A... read more

Seattle's Minimum Wage Killed the 'Five-Dollar Footlong'

You probably remember Subway's famous "five-dollar footlong" promotion as much for the obnoxiously catchy jingle as for the sandwiches themselves. (Sorry for getting that stuck in your head all day.) ... read more

Low-wage fast-food jobs leave hefty tax bill, report says

or food stamps, $1.04 billion per year Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, $82 million per year The states where the fast-food industry's low wages cost U.S. taxpayers the most include California ... read more

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BASKETBALL: Chatham Glenwood sophomore guard Peyton Allen, who has received interest from Illinois, has a scholarship offer from Oklahoma State. Allen attended Oklahoma State midnight madness. Allen a... read more


Work: An Immigrant Story

If you start in rural New England and drive down into Appalachia or across into the Upper Midwest you will be driving through county after county with few immigrants ... leaving the rest of the crew t... read more

UAW: GOP Trying to Destroy Union & Middle Class; GM: US Only Gov't Not Aiding Auto Industry

"But we could not accept the effort by the Senate GOP caucus to single out ... because Toyota and other Japanese companies typically pay their top executives 12 to 15 times what the company's lowest p... read more

As a state legislator, Lincoln tried to play the 'run away' game, too

But the Democrats cleverly moved to adjourn the legislature in December, 1840, which would trigger the bank’s demise, after which they would immediately begin a new session. There was only one way tha... read more

Should we punish or preach to pirates?

Following the Federal Court's decision on the Dallas Buyers Club we're about to see ... BitTorrent itself is scrambling to go legit, with the BitTorrent company recently signing a deal with the BBC to ... read more

A.M. Links: Obama To Nominate Yellen as Next Fed Chair, Nobel Prize in Chemistry Awarded, Date of Morsi’s Trial Set

Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta has announced that a state funeral will be held for the hundreds of migrants who died after their boat sank near the island of Lampedusa last week. Have a news tip ... read more

Look for tree frogs in the Pine Barrens on June 16

On warm, humid nights in late spring and early summer, the iconic tree frogs of the Pine Barrens gather at ponds for their annual mating ritual. Join The New Jersey Conservation Foundation at the Fran... read more

Stories for September 2014

posted: 09/30/2014 4:10 ... being treated at a Dallas hospital has tested positive for Ebola. posted: 09/30/2014 3:31 p.m. A Springdale man was sentenced Tuesday to 10 years in prison and 10 years of ... read more

Cost of labour tops retailers' shopping list

But in the wake of the emphatic victory, retailers are very keen to the engage the new government in a serious conversation about the cost of labour. Myer CEO Bernie Brookes is blaming the company's a... read more

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