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Clinton leadership: Leaks and manipulation at the State Department

Clinton leadership: Leaks and manipulation at the State Department

White House and State Department officials cooperated extensively on background with a New York Times journalist during the period that he broke confidential national security information in a series of leaks that prompted outrage from lawmakers, according to unearthed 2011 and 2012 emails.

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Detroit on trial

Detroit on trial

The city of Detroit for months has disclosed the awful condition of its finances. Now it’s up to a judge to determine if the largest public bankruptcy in U.S. history really can go forward.

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SHUTTERED: Utah coal jobs are the next victims of EPA burdens

SHUTTERED: Utah coal jobs are the next victims of EPA burdens

One of Utah’s oldest power plants is slated to close next year due to costly Environmental Protection Agency regulations limiting mercury emissions from coal plants.

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Hiring stays stagnant

Hiring stays stagnant

  • Oct 22, 2013
  • Source: The Blaze
  • by: Becket Adams

The labor force participation rate remained unchanged at 63.2 percent, its worst posting since August 1978.

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Meanwhile, at the IRS...

Meanwhile, at the IRS...

While harrying and stalling tea party groups seeking nonprofit status, the Internal Revenue Service mailed $4.2 billion in child-credit checks to undocumented immigrants.

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Sebelius to testify

Sebelius to testify

  • Oct 21, 2013
  • Source: The Hill
  • by: Elise Viebeck

Embattled Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius will testify before Congress next week about the botched rollout of ObamaCare’s insurance exchanges after rejecting GOP demands to appear this week.

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'Unrealistic'

'Unrealistic'

  • Oct 21, 2013
  • Source: The Hill
  • by: Jonathan Easley

Obamacare’s online enrollment system might need up to 5 million lines of code rewritten to repair the problems that have plagued the site since its rollout earlier this month.

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Generation 'Lost?'

Generation 'Lost?'

  • Oct 21, 2013
  • Source: FoxNews.com
  • by: Associated Press

Almost 6 million young people are neither in school nor working, according to a study released Monday.

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Labor unions turning against Obamacare

Labor unions turning against Obamacare

It's not just Republicans who are unhappy with Obamacare. Labor union leaders have been complaining too.

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On Boehner's watch: $3,064,063,380,067.72

On Boehner's watch: $3,064,063,380,067.72

  • Oct 20, 2013
  • Source: CNSNews.com
  • by: Terence P. Jeffrey

Since John Boehner became speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives on Jan. 5, 2011, the debt of the federal government has increased by $3,064,063,380,067.72.

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Carney mocks questions about Benghazi

Carney mocks questions about Benghazi

  • Oct 17, 2013
  • Source: Breitbart
  • by: Jason Howerton

Reporter James Rosen on Thursday questioned White House Press Secretary Jay Carney on the current congressional investigation into the Benghazi terror attack, focusing on findings that indicate U.S. military posturing around the world was “poor” on the 11th anniversary of 9/11.

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McConnell won't shutdown government again

McConnell won't shutdown government again

  • Oct 17, 2013
  • Source: Newsmax
  • by: Todd Beamon

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell made it clear on Thursday that repealing Obamacare would never be used by Republicans again to bring the federal government to a halt.

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New data issues plague Obamacare website

New data issues plague Obamacare website

Insurers say the federal health-care marketplace is generating flawed data that is straining their ability to handle even the trickle of enrollees who have gotten through so far, in a sign that technological problems extend further than the website traffic and software issues already identified.

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New report again makes case for Keystone oil

New report again makes case for Keystone oil

  • Oct 17, 2013
  • Source: The Hill
  • by: Laura Barron-Lopez

Transporting oil is safer via a pipeline than by trucks or trains, posing a significantly lower risk to workers, according to a new study from Canada's Fraser Institute.

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"He's been great."

  • Oct 17, 2013
  • Source: POLITICO
  • by: Katie Glueck

Many moderate GOP observers say Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul has deftly maneuvered the shutdown.

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