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  • A leading candidate in Argentina would overhaul economy

    The man who could be Argentina's next president wants to put an end to tight government currency controls, make peace with the nation's creditors and improve severely frayed ties to the United States. In short, Mauricio Macri is promising to undo much...
  • Improved Hospital Finances Are Not What They Seem As Malloy Cuts Loom

    Improved Hospital Finances Are Not What They Seem As Malloy Cuts Loom
    In the heat of a battle over state support for hospitals, new financial figures appear to show exactly what Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has been saying: The hospitals are doing fine and can withstand more deep cuts. The 28 hospitals that reported financial...
  • Charles Lane: Christie's Social Security proposal has merit

    Charles Lane: Christie's Social Security proposal has merit
    Don Quixote tilted at windmills. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie seems bent on running for president, even after his reputation took a whack over that traffic jam on the George Washington Bridge. Even more improbably, he wants to campaign on a sweeping...
  • 5 Things to Know in Florida for April 17

    Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today. DOCTOR TIED TO MENENDEZ PLEADS NOT GUILTY IN MEDICARE CASE A Florida doctor charged with corruption alongside New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez pleaded not guilty...
  • New school superintendent for Illinois

    New school superintendent for Illinois
    The Illinois State Board of Education moved unanimously Wednesday to make a leadership change, replacing one of the nation's longest-serving school superintendents with a former professional football player who spent recent years at the helm of a high-...
  • Citigroup slims down, boosts profits

    Citigroup kept a lid on costs and that helped boost its bottom line last quarter. The big bank continues to slim down following the financial crisis. Here's how Citi performed on: CUTTING EXPENSES: The bank was able to cut expenses and legal costs...
  • Budget 2015–16: Skokie considers new food, beverage tax

    A new 2 percent food and beverage tax in Skokie would offset a potential $3.2 million revenue loss for the village should Gov. Bruce Rauner's proposed state budget become law, village leaders say. Village trustees are considering the new tax as Skokie'...
  • Goldman Sachs' earnings soar on trading, deal fees

    Goldman Sachs posted a big jump in first-quarter net income Thursday as its investment banking unit logged its best quarter since the financial crisis. Higher fees from trading bonds and currencies also helped. DOLLARS FROM DEALS: Goldman is benefiting...
  • LEHIGH VALLEY SPORTS CALENDAR

    Items for the calendar must be typed and received at least 10 days in advance of your proposed publishing date at: Sports Calendar, The Morning Call, P.O. Box 1260, Allentown, PA 18105. They may be faxed to the sports department at 610-820-8654 or sent...
  • Excerpts from recent Wisconsin editorials

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, April 14 Wisconsin Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson should drop her lawsuit Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson of the Wisconsin Supreme Court has served for a very long time, and for the most part, thoughtfully and well. But...
  • Hogan must fund health care

    Hogan must fund health care
    At the beginning of this year's General Assembly session, the prognosis for quality, affordable health care in Maryland was unclear. Newly elected Governor Larry Hogan had proposed a number of cuts to critical programs, the funding mechanism for our...