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WASHINGTON – After Barack Obama publicly took the oath of office for his second term on Monday, he strongly defended the ideology of his party as he urged Americans to accept compromise as a path toward solving the nation’s problems. “...
The good news for the U.S. economy as we enter 2013 is that the election's over. The bad news is that the election's over. What's good about it is that both parties in Washington can shed their preoccupation with the campaign theatrics that dominated...
-------------------- The Chinatown War Chinese Los Angeles and the Massacre of 1871 Scott Zesch Oxford University Press: 272 pp., $29.95 -------------------- You know about the 1965 Watts riots (34 deaths) and the 1992 Los Angeles riots (53 deaths)....
Years ago it was unthinkable that smart, ambitious and college-educated young people would have trouble finding entry level work ("Slow start," May 12). Today, this youthful demographic has been simultaneously dumped on a shrinking employment market and...
Members of the Class of 2013, I salute you. As everyone keeps telling you, you are graduating at a difficult and even frightening time. I wish it were otherwise — that my generation was bequeathing you a finer world. We aren't. The world that...
Members of the Class of 2013, I salute you. As everyone keeps telling you, you are graduating at a difficult and even frightening time. I wish it were otherwise — that my generation was bequeathing you a finer world. We aren't. The world into...
The Lebanon Daily StarThe economic devastation of Syria's war could drive the economies of neighboring Lebanon and Jordan into reverse, Syria's former deputy prime minister said Thursday. Pointing to the sharp slowdown in Lebanon's economic growth since the start of Syria'...
Hamilton JournalNews, OhioRiversEdge Park & Amphitheater is scheduled to open next week, and the city is taking steps to ensure events are planned for the new venue. Karen Wittmer, the city's current program coordinator for volunteers, on Monday will become the city's program...
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The Hawk Eye, Burlington, IowaGreater Burlington Partnership announced Tuesday it has hired David Toyer as its new director of economic development. The position leads the organization's economic development division, also known as Grow Greater Burlington. Toyer will be...
The News & ObserverNorth Carolina's revenue and tax collections so far this fiscal year show an improving state economy that is still struggling to build up considerable momentum. Through the first three-quarters of the fiscal year, North Carolina's general fund...
The Philadelphia InquirerIn 2013, having access to the Internet seems to be the norm, but for nearly half of Philadelphians, that's not the case. They can't surf the Web, connect with friends online, or check their e-mail because they don't have Internet at home. Research has...
Dwelling as we have of late on Downtown Hagerstown’s cloudy future is all well and good, but at some point we might stop to remember that our inherent strength is changing over time. Instead of coming from the city, our economic engine is...
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