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  • AmEx adds perks to popular charge card, but increases fee

    American Express will increase the annual fee on some of its most popular charge cards, the company said Thursday, but the company also increased some of those cards' benefits as well. It's the latest move by American Express to strike a balance...
  • Malloy Budget Chief Defends Plan To Two Committees

    Malloy Budget Chief Defends Plan To Two Committees
    HARTFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's budget chief defended the two-year, $40 billion proposed state budget before two legislative committees Thursday, telling each that difficult tax and spending decisions would be necessary while the state faces...
  • APNewsBreak: Jindal budget seeks to avoid deep college cuts

    Gov. Bobby Jindal will propose Friday to scale back spending on tax credits and offer lawmakers a package of fee hikes and money-generating ideas that could keep Louisiana's colleges from facing deep, damaging cuts that had been forecast next year....
  • PA Gov. Tom Wolf's roller-coaster first month

    PA Gov. Tom Wolf's roller-coaster first month
    HARRISBURG — In his first month in office, Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf has kept lawmakers off balance by throwing them lollipop gestures of kindness one day, and then sneaking political fastballs by them the next. Depending on one's political...
  • Bond refinancing will save East Penn School District $404,000

    Bond refinancing will save East Penn School District $404,000
    East Penn School District will save about $400,000 following its latest round of bond refinancing, but the days of big savings through such actions might be coming to an end. Since 1998, bond refinancing has saved the district $12.8 million, according...
  • Students lobby for New York education tax credit

    Backers of an education tax credit for New York are getting help from private high school students from New York City. Thirty Brooklyn high school juniors from Nazareth High School and the Yeshivah of Flatbush will help with lobbying at the state Capitol...
  • Fate of Obamacare hinges on six words

    WASHINGTON Could a simple six-word sentence fragment, buried deep within hundreds of pages of legislative text, end up destroying Obamacare? It might sound far-fetched at first, but determined opponents think they've found a way to unravel the entire...
  • Congress should help Puerto Rico go bust the American way

    The following editorial was written by Bloomberg View editors: In an ideal world, Puerto Rico would be bankrupt. Instead, it is sliding toward something far more dangerous and uncertain and President Barack Obama and Congress need to intervene. On...
  • Education group wants new investments in school buildings

    An education advocacy organization says investing in school buildings will create construction jobs and stimulate the economy. The Rhode Island Campaign for Achievement Now released a report on how repairing school buildings can repair the economy....
  • Outage cuts Internet, phone service across northern Arizona

    People across northern Arizona couldn't use the Internet, their cellphones or landlines for several hours Wednesday after someone vandalized a fiber-optic line that brings communications to a large part of the state, officials said. Businesses couldn't...
  • Anthem data hack now believed to affect 3.77 million in Virginia

    Anthem data hack now believed to affect 3.77 million in Virginia
    On Tuesday, Anthem released revised figures regarding the late January data breach; it lowered the national numbers of those likely affected to 78.8 million from an initial 80 million, BUT increased the numbers in Virginia from 3 million to 3.77 million....