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The Boston Globe:WASHINGTON (AP) — Americans' attitudes about their economic future are sharply divided by race, with whites significantly less likely than blacks or Hispanics to think they can improve their own standard of living.
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Fox News:U.S. factory activity expanded in July at the fastest pace in two years, fueled by surges in new orders, production and hiring The gains show manufacturing is rebounding and should provide a spark to growth in the coming months.
Fox News:Spending on U.S. construction projects fell in June by the largest amount in five months as government building activity declined to the lowest level since 2006.
The Denver Post:WASHINGTON—The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell 19,000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 326,000, the fewest since January 2008.
The Denver Post:LONDON—Upbeat manufacturing figures out of the U.S. and China, the world's two largest economies, shored up markets Thursday ahead of key U.
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Washington Post:Brian Maher stood at a podium in front of a sold-out crowd at the august U.S. Chamber of Commerce building across from the White House Wednesday morning and started in on a big speech on: early...
The Boston Globe:DURHAM, N.H. (AP) — A new poll shows New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan enjoying a high approval rating, while two of her potential challengers remain largely unknown.
The Boston Globe:The nation’s system of higher education is growing more racially polarized even as it attracts more minorities: White students are increasingly clustering at selective institutions, while blacks and Hispanics are mostly attending open-access and community colleges, according to a new report.
Washington Post:House Republicans were unable Wednesday to advance the first measure to fully implement their vision for deep automatic spending cuts in 2014, abruptly pulling a bill that proposed to reduce federal transportation and housing funding by more than $4 billion. Read full article >>
The Boston Globe:On his morning radio show, Charles Clemons dispenses soulful wisdom, urges peace after the acquittal in the Trayvon Martin death, and speaks passionately on issues central to his long-shot campaign for mayor, such as ending violence, improving schools, and adding jobs in the city’s distressed...
The Denver Post:WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama sought to calm jittery Democrats on Wednesday as they prepared to head home to face voters, assuring them they're "on the right side of history" despite
LA Times:As talks continue on a bipartisan budget deal to avoid a government shutdown and possibly modify 'sequester' cuts, President Obama reminds lawmakers that they'll have a lot to do after August recess.
The pace of jobs creation has been stronger in recent months; however, a noticeable shift toward replacing full-time workers with part-time employees masks a much tougher market for job-seekers.
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We all admire strong leaders. Their sense of purpose and focus instill us with trust and confidence. But without a team, a leader is just a single individual.
There was an attack this past weekend. No, not with bullets and guns, but with angry, vengeful words. But with angry, vengeful words. Don Lemon, a news anchorman for CNN, issued what he hailed as "No...
We are bored by the financial, which is complicated, and riveted by the sexual, which isn't.It may be that Pope Francis is the only one asking, "Who am I to judge?" The rest of us judge our fellow...
ON WEDNESDAY, the Obama administration released documents on the National Security Agency’s (NSA) information-gathering. It should not have taken high-profile leaks to prod the government to reveal...