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  • Immigration order might not have much economic impact

    WASHINGTON Will 5 million undocumented immigrants start pushing U.S. citizens out of their jobs now? Will they start getting government benefits and draining city hall budgets? Or will they start moving up the ladder, paying taxes and giving a boost to the economy?
  • Minnesota's Bill Frenzel, former U.S. congressman, dies at 86

    (Reuters) - Bill Frenzel, who served 20 years in the U.S. House of Representatives before becoming a guest scholar at the Brookings Institution, has died aged 86, the organization said in a statement on Monday. Frenzel, a Minnesota native, died...

    As Iran nuclear talks near deadline, surprise deal is still possible

    Ending the dispute over Iran's nuclear program could ease the hostile relationship between Tehran and the West, resolve one of the world's most urgent security threats and provide a diplomatic triumph for President Obama. But as negotiators from Iran...

    USAID's new strategy has Seattle roots

    WASHINGTON When Alan Mulally the Boeing-honcho-turned-savior at Ford Motor Co. spoke at a U.S. Agency for International Development town hall last year, he gave Rajiv Shah one piece of inspiration. "He said, 'You guys have the greatest mission in the...

    In more cities and states, car commuting is on the skids

    In more cities and states, car commuting is on the skids
    Jillian Golan got tired of paying repair bills for her 2001 Volkswagen Cabriolet convertible last year and started walking the 20 minutes to her job at a dialysis clinic in Philadelphia. A year and a half later, she hasn't looked back, joining the growing...