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  • White House touts economic effect of Obama's immigration program

    The White House said Monday that President Obama's executive actions on immigration could boost California's economy by as much as $27.5 billion. In a public relations blitz ahead of the rollout of Obama's expanded deferred action program, White House...
  • When Terrorists Attack Online, Is Cyber-Insurance Enough?

    The November attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment drew around-the-clock media attention, but far from Hollywood's studio lights is a growing legal debate in the starchy insurance industry about whether most cyber-policies cover such a breach. The U.S....
  • Jonah Goldberg: Obama still reading from same old script

    It's hard to believe that was only President Barack Obama's sixth State of the Union address. It feels like he's given so many more. Maybe that's because the man seems to be constantly talking. And talking. The talking is the background noise of much of...
  • Jules Witcover: Obama, facing reality, leans left

    Perhaps six years too late, President Barack Obama gave strong indications in his State of the Union address that he's finally bought into the famous definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results....
  • Cost of transit commuting unpredictable for federal workers

    Cost of transit commuting unpredictable for federal workers
    When Dave Taylor decided to buy a new home in Aberdeen a couple of years ago, he made a quick calculation to determine the cost of his commute to Washington as a program specialist for the Department of Homeland Security. At the time, federal employees...
  • Shanghai abandons city's GDP target as China's economy slows

    Shanghai abandons city's GDP target as China's economy slows
    Shanghai has become the first Chinese city to not set a target this year for growth of its gross domestic product as the country continues a major shift toward slower growth and more balanced economic expansion. GDP figures – at both city and...
  • Changes in state, Congress not deterring Md. bid for FBI headquarters

    Changes in state, Congress not deterring Md. bid for FBI headquarters
    Changes in Congress, a new governor and the resignation of the man who oversees the federal government's real estate portfolio will not deter Maryland in its quest to become the new home for the FBI and its 11,000 employees, state leaders say. The FBI...
  • Obama faces reality

    Obama faces reality
    Perhaps six years too late, President Barack Obama gave strong indications in his State of the Union address last week that he's finally bought into Albert Einstein's definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different...
  • Protecting Alaskan wilderness

    Based on the reactions of Alaska Republicans, one might think that President Barack Obama had decided to unilaterally ban guns and snowmobiles from the 49th state instead of merely proposing to upgrade the protected status for certain federally-owned land...
  • Obama watches the spectacle of India on parade

    NEW DELHI There were elaborate floats and colorfully attired children dancing, ornate floral displays and lots of soldiers, tanks and missiles. Even a camel-mounted military force complete with its own marching band. And for the first time in history,...
  • Could Debbie Wasserman Schultz win a Senate race?

    Could Debbie Wasserman Schultz win a Senate race?
          If Florida Sen. Marco Rubio runs for president – you know he will – his Senate seat will be up for grabs in 2016. And one of the names mentioned as a possible candidate? U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Weston. Yes, she&...