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1) Barnes and Noble Booksellers As we enter the e-reader era, readings by notable authors and book-signing events are really about community-building, according to Barnes and Noble store manager George Abysalh. “It’s more about getting the...
Commuter advocates and Maryland lawmakers say they will fight to renew an expiring tax credit that benefits mass-transit users, including MARC riders. Current federal law allows commuters to withhold up to $230 in pre-tax income each month that can be...
Tags: Credit and Debt, Taxation, Tax Credits, Barack Obama, Travel
Elizabeth Warren, the consumer advocate-turned-Massachusetts Senate candidate, is fighting back after a new ad from an independent group founded by Karl Rove accuses her of being too close to big business. Warren has emerged as an early target of Rove'...
Change of SubjectThe exit polls found that fewer than 60 percent of Tuesday’s Republican primary voters said they were satisfied with their presidential field; after watching months of campaigning, nearly 40 percent still said they would like someone else to run...
BOSTON (AP) — Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown of Massachusetts says he was "joking" when he said "Thank God" Democratic rival Elizabeth Warren didn't take her clothes off to pay for college. Brown told reporters Friday he was responding to a...
Tags: Primaries, Elizabeth Warren
Occupy Wall Street is not likely to have the kind of effect on Democratic politics that the "tea party" movement has had in the GOP, a leading Democratic strategist said Thursday. Still, you can expect to hear Democrats focusing on some of the issues...
CNNA Senate panel passed a bipartisan deal to save the U.S. Postal Service. The Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee voted 9-to-1 to pass the deal, which buys out some employees, cuts worker compensation benefits for some retirees and...
The American defense community stands at a crossroads. The need to trim the defense budget, as Defense Secretary Robert Gates recently put it, is a "matter of simple arithmetic and political reality." Meanwhile, this year's defense authorization bill,...
Money & CompanyPresident Obama will nominate former Ohio Atty. Gen. Richard Cordray to head the new agency to protect consumers in the financial marketplace, acting just days before it is set to begin operations. After months of speculation about who would lead......
Money & CompanyWhen you win the Super Bowl, you head to Walt Disney World. But where do you go when you lose out on a prized federal government nomination? For Elizabeth Warren, the Harvard law professor whom President Obama did not choose......
Z on TVBack in May, Keith Olbermann announced that he was going to have a team of "regular contributors" on his new "Countdown" show that debuts June 20th on Current TV.The group includes filmmakers Michael Moore and Ken Burns. You can read the release here...
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