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The United Auto Workers Union, which has lost 75 percent of its membership since 1979 and contributed heavily to the near-death experiences of automobile manufactures that the taxpayer bailed out in Detroit, won't take no for an answer.
Senate Democrats may boost International Monetary Fund resources in an aid package they're preparing for Ukraine, potentially setting up a dispute with the U.S. House.
Taxpayers rescued Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in 2008 with a bailout that swelled to $187.5 billion, an amount the companies will finish sending back to the government this month.
This is followed by criticisms from presidential hopeful Marco Rubio, Sen. Bob Corker from Tennessee, House Armed Services Committee Chairman Buck McKeon and, of course, Sarah Palin, preaching that she had some foresight into this six years ago.
After the latest maneuver by the "Big Lick" faction of the show-horse industry, we can see there is a special brand of inhumanity that thrives among us in Tennessee.
Talk to me: * John: "A caller complained about Port Huron tax dollars spent on a tug boat to break the ice on the Black River.
"I continue to be concerned that we're going to see a replay of what we saw in Georgia [with Russian military intervention]."
For Trey Palmer, president of Palmer's Turf Nursery in Dunlap, sod farming isn't just a business - it's a way of life.
U.S. Senate candidate Larry Crim and UAW International Rep. Tom Savage spoke on the importance of free elections at the Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga at the Democratic Candidates and Labor Unity Dinner hosted by Democrats United For Tennessee in Chattanooga Monday night.
A candidate recently aimed to make a positive impression on voters by starring his female offspring in a TV ad.
The sale price for a chunk of the Tennessee Temple University campus was $4 million, according to the register of deeds office.
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The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday overwhelmingly approved a bill backing $1 billion in loan guarantees for Ukraine, the first formal response by U.S. lawmakers to the worst crisis in U.S.-Russia relations since the Cold War.
Carson-Newman University's A Cappella Choir embarks on its annual Spring Tour. A tradition that spans more than six decades, this year's Spring Tour showcases the University's premier singing ensemble in venues throughout Middle and East Tennessee.