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2 hrs ago | Patch.com
By Mike Denison, CAPITAL NEWS SERVICE Maryland government entities have suffered at least six cyberattacks since the beginning of 2013, according to incident reports from the Department of Information Technology.
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2 hrs ago | News9 Oklahoma City
The Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse started investigating Narconon Arrowhead in July 2012 after three people died at the facility in nine months' time.
7 hrs ago | Los Banos Enterprise
Los Banos residents can no longer get a hand-cut egg roll or Chinese chicken salad from Ming's restaurant, a town favorite since before 1968.
11 hrs ago | WAFF-TV Huntsville
The state Department of Labor says Alabama's March unemployment rate is 6.7 percent, which is three-tenths of a percent higher than the February rate.
15 hrs ago | YourErie
April 18, 2014 Harrisburg - Today, the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry released its employment situation report for March 2014.
On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced an agreement with the city of Dubuque, Iowa , that effectively settles allegations that the city discriminated against African Americans applying for the Housing Choice Voucher Program.
A worker who saves 10% of her salary in a 401 every year for 40 years is pretty much a model citizen in the Republic of Personal Financial Responsibility.
However, the state has regained less than 55 percent of the jobs lost from March 2008 to February 2010 during the recession, economists said.
European lawmakers on Thursday eased the way for cartel victims to claim compensation from companies under new rules that also shield price-fixing whistleblowers from being the main target of million-euro lawsuits.
Initial applications for unemployment benefits are trending near pre-recession lows.
A meeting at a Corona restaurant gave Rep. Ken Calvert a chance to talk about his bill to curb frivolous lawsuits against businesses stemming from the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Dealing with the ebb and flow of workloads can be challenging for small businesses.
U.S. Rep. Lynn Jenkins said Wednesday she would support legislation that helps educate women about their right to equal pay, but lawyers - male or female - would be the only ones helped by a bill that died in the Senate.
President Obama spoke about the economy at a GE gas engine plant in Waukesha, Wisconsin on Thursday and outlined his four-step plan for restoring opportunity; creating new jobs; and training Americans with the skills to fill those jobs.
The Missouri Supreme Court overturned 30 years of precedent with a ruling Tuesday that gives greater legal protections to injured workers who subsequently are fired from their jobs.
It appears that the second greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing lots of Americans that they had a free-market health care system prior to ObamaCare.
We have written a few times about the EEOC's closer inspection of background checks and the use of criminal records in employment decisions because of their potential adverse impact on classes of applicants.