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  • Haitian president, prime minister preside over town hall in North Miami

    MIAMI Touting the importance of the country's diaspora, Haitian President Michel Martelly and Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe brought their traveling government town hall to Haiti's 11th department Saturday, 700 miles north of the Caribbean island in a...
  • More bank tips for when traveling abroad, and beware IRS scammers

    Bank tips for travel abroad Good information on "The Long and Short of PINs at ATMs Abroad" in the July 13 On the Spot column by Catharine Hamm. I would also add: Make sure you tell your bank and credit card companies that you're traveling abroad,...
  • Lauderhill man pleads guilty to bank fraud, faces up to 30 years in prison

    A Lauderhill man pleaded guilty Friday to committing bank fraud that cost the IRS more than $200,000. Willy Toussaint, 41, faces up to 30 years in prison, five years of probation and a $1,000,000 fine, according to the U.S. Department of Justice....
  • The turbulent summer of 2014

    The summer of 2014 will go down in history as the season when America fell apart. Let's take a tour of the disasters. Germany in 2008 enthusiastically hosted candidate Barack Obama for his so-called Victory Column speech. Now, Germans suddenly sound as...
  • Incoming School Chief Called Himself Ph.D. For Years Without An Accredited Doctorate

     Incoming School Chief Called Himself Ph.D. For Years Without An Accredited Doctorate
    Terrence P. Carter, the highly touted Chicago education administrator hired to start Aug. 1 as the superintendent of New London's troubled school system, recently completed requirements for a doctorate that he's scheduled to receive next month. "Soon I...
  • Justice Department expands probe to include missing IRS emails

    The Justice Department has widened its investigation of the Internal Revenue Service’s alleged targeting of political groups to include the disappearance of two years of emails from a top official involved in the controversy. The widening of the...
  • No special prosecutor needed for U.S. tax agency probe: Justice Dept

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A top Justice Department official, deflecting demands from Republicans, said on Thursday that a special prosecutor was not needed to look into past U.S. Internal Revenue Service treatment of conservative groups and the agency's loss...
  • More than 1,000 flock to Allentown arena job fair

    More than 1,000 flock to Allentown arena job fair
    As the hum of arena construction pierced the lunchtime atmosphere Thursday in downtown Allentown, the line of people hoping to work at the PPL Center stretched for more than two blocks. Ferdinand Fowler of 14th Street, Allentown, squinted as he looked...
  • In major cities, health deserts

    MILWAUKEE Hospitals and family doctors, the mainstays of health care, are pulling out of poor city neighborhoods, where the sickest populations live. A Pittsburgh Post-Gazette/ Milwaukee Journal Sentinel analysis of data from the largest U.S....
  • Tapping retirement accounts penalty-free before 59 1/2

    Workers are retiring earlier these days, whether by choice or not, and many find they need to withdraw funds from retirement accounts prior to age 59 1/2. That's the age when account holders can take distributions from 401(k) plans and traditional and...
  • Undocumented minors without lawyers don't stand much of a chance

    What a difference a lawyer makes. According to a new analysis of nearly 102,000 cases of detained undocumented, unaccompanied minors going back a decade and through the end of June, fewer than half had legal help during the immigration hearing on...