The agency says it's to ensure effective delivery, but the cash-strapped carrier hangs onto them for a month and doles them out to security agencies on request.
A number of independent chains already exceed the minimum wage and Obamacare demands. Why do they flourish as their big corporate competition frets?
But folks at a convention in Las Vegas vocally decline and suggest he 'read the Constitution' in response to the agency's Prism online spy program.
A report card from civil engineers says we're scarcely investing in essential infrastructure that's more than half a century old.
Giving employers an additional year to meet the law will add billions to its price and leave 500,000 uninsured.
About one-third of low-income households can't afford an adequate supply of clean diapers for their kids, which is also a health risk.
It's now at an 18-year low, reversing President George W. Bush's push to boost 'the American Dream.' Too bad it was a nightmare for millions of people.
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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