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  • Harry Reid calls Koch brothers 'un-American' over Obamacare ads

    WASHINGTON —  Majority Leader Harry Reid, angered by a new round of anti-Obamacare ads he called "lies," condemned the Koch brothers as "un-American" on the Senate floor Wednesday. Reid's remarks attacking the billionaire Republican contributors...
  • Commissioner relishes battle to revive besieged IRS

    In today's bitterly polarized environment, the Internal Revenue Service has become even more of a whipping boy for politicians as it struggles with deep budget cuts and accusations of incompetence and, some say, illegal actions. That makes the tax-...
  • Automakers Wrestle with Smartphone, Multimedia Integration

     
    The auto industry dreams big. Audi said Tuesday it will have 4G LTE connectivity in the 2015 A3 with shared smartphone/car data plans, and the automaker said earlier this year it sees the connected-car movement bringing driverless cars here by......
  • L.A. Auto Show: Distracted driving stalls app integration into cars

    The push to bring technology into cars is a slow crawl for many automakers, particularly because of one wrenching issue that has come up in nearly every discussion at the L.A. Auto Show: distracted driving. “It’s very important to get that...
  • L.A. Auto Show: Automakers resist a common standard for in-dash tech

    L.A. Auto Show: Automakers resist a common standard for in-dash tech
    Today's car owners complain about few things more than the technology in their dashboards, which often doesn't work well with their tablets or phones. But automakers are resisting suggestions that a common standard for software or operating systems...
  • California probe of campaign donations sheds light on 'dark money'

    SACRAMENTO — Tony Russo had a multimillion-dollar problem. The Republican consultant and his team had raised piles of cash to use in California politics as last November's election approached. But a wrinkle in state law meant he couldn't spend...
  • Robert B. Reich: Washington bullies

    As a child I was bullied by bigger boys who threatened to beat me up if I didn't give them what they wanted. But every time I gave in to their demands, their subsequent demands grew larger. First they wanted the change in my pocket. Next it was the...
  • Koch Industries deflects blame on government shutdown

    Koch Industries deflects blame on government shutdown
    WASHINGTON - Koch Industries, the multibillion-dollar company led by David and Charles Koch, tried to distance itself Wednesday from any blame for the government shutdown and congressional quagmire. But doing so requires some explaining given the long...
  • Koch Industries deflects blame on government shutdown

    WASHINGTON - Koch Industries, the multibillion-dollar company led by David and Charles Koch, tried to distance itself Wednesday from any blame for the government shutdown and congressional quagmire. But doing so requires some explaining given the long...
  • Hipsters, Paul Bunyan make feel-good pitch in Obamacare ads

    Hipsters, Paul Bunyan make feel-good pitch in Obamacare ads
    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - New commercials to promote Obamacare's state health exchanges strive for an upbeat, and at times humorous, tone to sell healthcare reform to a skeptical and largely unaware audience. Guitar-strumming hipsters encourage...
  • Trial lawyers who frequent the Supreme Court also financing pro-justices ads

     
    TALLAHASSEE – The three Florida Supreme Court justices had angered lawmakers and voters, embarrassed the high court and faced uncertain futures. In 1975, Justices Joseph Boyd, Hal Dekle, and David McCain were accused of giving behind-the-scenes...
  • Connecticut's Top Billionaire Making Headlines of the Wrong Sort

    Connecticut's Top Billionaire Making Headlines of the Wrong Sort
    Of course, it's always nice when one of Connecticut's billionaires is getting lots of national attention, and in this case it's our richest resident: Stephen A. Cohen. Cohen is a denizen of Greenwich and founder of SAC Capital Advisors, one of the...