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BloombergAs parents and students struggle to keep up with rising college tuition and take on greater burdens of debt, universities are being challenged to justify the ballooning athletic fees they tack on to the bill. In the 2010-11 academic year, the 227 public...
As the Supreme Court nears the end of its term, the big decisions we are still waiting for concern race and marriage. These decisions offer the court an opportunity to exercise an unwonted self-restraint. In two cases, the court is judging how far...
Los Angeles Times (MCT)The U.S. economy is improving, yet Congress seems still to be in the grip of the delirium that shrinking the deficit in the near term is still a matter of paramount urgency. That's what's prevented lawmakers from dealing with their real task, which is to...
As a member of Congress, Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-Richvale) is proud to stand up for the principles of limited government and individual responsibility. The first-term congressman expresses skepticism about such safety-net programs as food stamps, regarding...
ReutersWASHINGTON (Reuters) - As the U.S. House of Representatives gets ready to debate a $500 billion, five-year farm bill, environmentalists and fiscal hawks warn the legislation could leave taxpayers on the hook for expensive new subsidies to growers if...
Dayton Daily NewsWASHINGTON David Peabody is looking upon the new health care law with apprehension. Ericka Haverkos sees in it signs of hope. These two Ohio residents one the owner of a small landscaping business in Columbus and the other a college student who works...
Reuters(Repeats with no changes to text) * Political fundraising: 'It's like a sweatshop' * Half of congressional race funds come from 1 pct of Americans * House incumbents raise average $2,400 a day, Senate $4,700 By Andy Sullivan WASHINGTON, June 12...
The U.S. economy is improving, yet Congress seems still to be in the grip of the delirium that shrinking the deficit in the near term is still a matter of paramount urgency. That's what's prevented lawmakers from dealing with their real task, which is...
The Virginia Gazette–Colonial Williamsburg announced the latest addition to its Board of Trustees late Tuesday afternoon. The new trustee comes from one of the state's largest and most powerful companies, not unusual for Colonial Williamsburg. John A. Luke Jr. is...
WASHINGTON -- A group of 11 conservative economists are publicly backing Jason Furman's nomination to head the White House Council of Economic Advisers. "Although we often disagree with the administration’s policies and differ with Jason on a...
Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of June 2 - 8, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- TV HIGHLIGHTS SERIES Orphan Black Sarah...
Housing bubble controller The housing market is finally recovering from the six-year bust triggered by massive over-leveraging induced by bubble prices. Housing values dropped by $7 trillion from 2006 to 2009, causing home foreclosures to soar to...
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