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WASHINGTON -- Even during this desultory economic recovery, one industry thrives -- the manufacture of synthetic hysteria. It is, however, inaccurate to accuse the Hysteric in Chief of crying "Wolf!" about spending cuts under the sequester. He is actually...
Tags: Barack Obama, Iran, U.S. Congress, Politics, The New York Times
At the end of the production line at the World's Finest Chocolate factory on Chicago's Southwest Side, workers must pack 115 large boxes with smaller cases of chocolate-covered cherries every hour or Audra Lee records the slippage on a board with a red...
WASHINGTON — Even during this desultory economic recovery, one industry thrives — the manufacturers of synthetic hysteria. It is, however, inaccurate to accuse the Hysteric in Chief of crying "Wolf!" about spending cuts under the sequester. He...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. economy has enjoyed a four-month stretch of robust job gains, and on Friday the government will report whether that trend endured into March. Economists generally think it did. They predict that employers added a solid...
JOHNSTON, IOWA - Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced a new federal-private collaboration with DuPont to safeguard natural resources on private lands used to supply bio-based feedstocks for cellulosic ethanol production. The joint agreement...
Tags: Conservation, Agriculture, Renewable Energy, Ethanol, Biofuels
WASHINGTON -- Americans have a love-hate relationship with foreign trade. In the marketplace, we're enthusiasts. During 2012, we scarfed up $2.3 trillion of imports: cars, computers, clothes, smartphones, shoes, toys, oil and much more. We are also...
Mayoral candidate Eric Garcetti stumped in San Pedro on Saturday morning, saying the community that has long felt neglected by the city of Los Angeles has been vital to its economic growth and that he would insure City Hall was responsive to its needs....
Former Gov. Ed Rendell, whose Democratic Party usually comes down on the side of protecting the environment, once called New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo "crazy" for backing a moratorium on gas drilling until environmental concerns could be resolved. This past...
WASHINGTON -- American consumers are showing remarkable resilience. Despite the weight of higher payroll taxes and pump prices, consumer spending rose a surprisingly strong 0.3% in February from the prior month, after adjusting for inflation, the...
On March 19, USDA joined millions of Americans in celebrating National Agriculture Day. National Agriculture Day provides an important opportunity each year to say “Thank You” to America's farmers, ranchers and growers. It's a time to recognize their...
The book, “Who Will Feed China?: Wake-up Call for a Small Planet,” authored by Lester Brown in 1995, was a surprising wake-up call about world food security. Brown claimed that food production was not growing fast enough to feed China's increasing...
firstname.lastname@example.orgRepublican Congressman Brett Guthrie discussed several national topics including debt and immigration with about 50 people gathered Wednesday at the Danville Country Club. Guthrie, a third-term member of the U.S. House of Representatives whose newly...
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