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5 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
'I've got to figure out how much money comes in and goes out,' Hamstreet said, 'because money drives everything - even in government.'
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9 hrs ago | The Orlando Sentinel
Contrary to what Scott Maxwell writes in his Sunday column, "On schools, taxes, beer, give 'em hugs - or give 'em hell," expanding Medicaid will not "save lives and generate tens of thousands of jobs."
9 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
Ali Sacash-Johnson of Vancouver holds her daughter as they shop at Mother Nature's, a green baby store in Southeast Portland.
10 hrs ago | The Oregonian
Portland Police Officer James Escobar and Reserve Officer John Kirby collect guns during a firearms turn-in for Ceasefire Oregon in 2011.
14 hrs ago | CSRwire.com
In Creating Good Work: The World's Leading Social Entrepreneurs Show How to Build a Healthy Economy , I brought together some of the world's foremost social innovators to share with others how to make social entrepreneurship work.
18 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
Here's the way things look as we head into the final week of voting for Oregon's most intriguing political figure.
19 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
April 15 is the Internal Revenue Service deadline for filing annual tax returns, and a good time to reflect on the need for tax reform.
Chad Naugle, the sustainability coordinator for the Oregon Department of Corrections, shows off an "owl box" installed at the prison system's training center in Salem to attract owls that will kill rodents.
Investigative reporter Les Zaitz was also named a finalist for explanatory reporting for a series detailing the lethal infiltration of Mexican drug cartels in Oregon.
Vanessa Sturgeon is president of TMT Development Co., a Portland real estate development and management firm established by her grandfather, Tom Moyer.
By David Holt Earlier this year, President Barack Obama declared that the U.S. produced more oil than it imports for the first time in 20 years.
Sending out their best from Seaside and the Oregon coast are Irina Zlipca, Nadia Dobosh, Daniela Griciuc and Diana Morosan, all of Tacoma.
For decades, the Democratic Party has styled itself the champion of working Americans.
Smart work by a few Oregon students lit up national news this week, as readers paid attention to the national Peabody Award for some clever University of Oregon students' anti-rape video and to the also-very-clever question posed to Hillary Clinton onstage in Portland by a 6-year-old Glencoe Elementary student.
Coffee Creek Correctional Facility, in Wilsonville, serves as the intake center for male and female prisoners and houses women in low-security and medium-security housing.