The maker of onion-steamed mini-burgers says it won't cut current hours or benefits, but can't afford to cover newcomers.
Scientists warn that a massive release of the gas from thawing permafrost could do catastrophic economic damage worldwide.
Some House Republicans are pushing that notion. However, the majority of able-bodied recipients already have jobs.
The agency that oversees beer labeling frowns on drug references, but bogarts the rulebook while ignoring other infractions.
A free Wi-Fi program is part of a larger Windy City effort to expand affordable broadband coverage to underserved metro areas.
The service is offering annual bonuses of up to $25,000 to stop aircrew members from leaving for commercial airlines.
Some recipients of the $75 billion federal program use the benefit to buy favorite treats for relatives in the Caribbean.
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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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