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  1. Call for timetable on A1 duallingRead the original story w/Photo

    13 min ago | Berwick Advertiser

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Liberal Democrat candidate Julie Porksen has written to the Chief Secretary to the Treasury to call for a timetable to be published for the dualling of the A1 announced in December.


  2. Americans now hate their government the most everRead the original story w/Photo

    41 min ago | MarketWatch

    If you have to deal with the federal government - be it the seemingly innocuous Social Security Administration or the eternally-despised Treasury Department, home to the IRS - prepare to be even more annoyed than in the past. According to a report released Tuesday by the American Customer Satisfaction Index our satisfaction with the federal government has hit an all-time low .


  3. Jennifer ThompsonRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Marietta Times

    Jennifer Thompson, 42, of Stafford, passed away after a lengthy illness, on Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015, at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Jen was a 1990 graduate of Skyvue High School and received her Bachelor's Degree from Marietta College and Master's Degree from Wright State University.


  4. CBO: US Deficit to Dip in 2015 as Era of Dramatic Declines EndsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Voice of America

    Congressional Budget Office Director Douglas W. Elmendorf holds a briefing for reporters on the CBO's updated budget and economic outlook, Monday, Jan. 26, 2015. The U.S. budget deficit will decline slightly to $468 billion this fiscal year, the lowest level since President Barack Obama took office, congressional forecasters said on Monday in a report heralding the end of a brief period of dramatically shrinking red ink.


  5. My HorizonsHOMELAND INSECURITYRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | American Reporter

    On Friday, Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., said what a lot of us are thinking about Wall Street fat cats and how they are taking federal bailout money while handing out bonuses and pay raises to themselves. "They don't get it," she said.


  6. First PersonTHE Government Really Does WorkRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | American Reporter

    There's been a lot of talk of late that there are glimmers of hope in the American economy. Since President Obama's economic stimulus package was enacted and the Federal Reserve and the Treasury Department both announced plans to buy up distressed assets and backstop mortgage-backed securities, the financial markets seemed to have steadied themselves.


  7. ConstanceBOX it, Bag it, Shred it, Pitch itRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | American Reporter

    Oil inventories are near record highs and demand has hovered around a 10-year low. The normal rules of supply and demand would dictate a lower price.


  8. Obama lawyers seek dismissal of House Republicans' Obamacare lawsuitRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Washington Times

    The administration asked the federal court late Monday to dismiss the House lawsuit against President Obama, saying he is faithfully carrying out his health law and the GOP lawmakers who filed the legal challenge have no right to sue. "The Supreme Court has made clear that federal courts do not sit to referee this sort of institutional dispute," the administration said in its legal brief asking the federal court in Washington, D.C., to reject the House lawsuit.


  9. Make My DayHOW the Lawyers Lost ChristmasRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | American Reporter

    As we've seen over the past few months, Americans are not happy with the way things are. They want change.


  10. Abraham Lincoln Assassination Collection doubles expectations, brings $800,000 at Heritage AuctionsRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Art Daily

    The extraordinary Dow Collection of Abraham Lincoln memorabilia sold for $803,889, double expectations, at a Historical Americana auction held Jan. 24, 2015 by Heritage Auctions in Dallas. This year marks the 150th anniversary of the president's assassination, and the collection's top lots were captured by one-of-a-kind memorabilia tied to assassin John Wilkes Booth.


  11. UPDATE 5-U.S. deficit to dip in 2015 as era of dramatic declines ends -CBORead the original story

    8 hrs ago | Reuters

    The U.S. budget deficit will decline slightly to $468 billion this fiscal year, the lowest level since President Barack Obama took office, congressional forecasters said on Monday in a report heralding the end of a brief period of dramatically shrinking red ink. The deficit, down from the $1 trillion-plus levels of Obama's first four years and a $483 billion gap in fiscal 2014, will stay largely flat in 2016, then begin to march upward due to rising costs for debt and caring for fast-retiring Baby Boomers.


  12. Letter: Senator writes in support of ending embargoRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Capital-Journal

    I often say Kansans will try anything once - sometimes twice or even three times. But if we have been trying something for more than five decades and it has yet to work, it is time to change.


  13. Deploy the White House laserRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Politico

    In the hours after the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, Treasury Secretary Henry Morgenthau walked nervously from window to window at the White House, peering out for the enemy bombers he felt sure would be on the horizon. The presidency and the White House up until then had been largely open to the public.


  14. 10 other White House security breachesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | USA Today

    The drone is the latest in a string of notable White House security breaches. Here's a look of past lapses: 10 other White House security breaches The drone is the latest in a string of notable White House security breaches.


  15. Tuesday, January 27, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    Events not canceled for Tuesday are quickly becoming the exception as the region is set to get clobbered with 2 to 3 feet of snow. With a fierce-looking blizzard on its way, public officials and hospitals are planning for what the National Weather Service has termed a "crippling and potentially historic" blizzard.


  16. Connect With UsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Lake Chelan Mirror

    Chelan Fire District 7 Commissioner Tom Peters had the guts to wear a Packers "cheesehead" hat to the pancake breakfast last Saturday morning. He was surrounded by ill-tempered firemen and Chelan County sheriff's deputies who immediately called on Judge Tom Warren to hold an impromptu trial for treason.


  17. On Native GroundIF You Can't Win, Cheat: the Gop Plan for the Electoral CollegeRead the original story

    Jan 31, 2013 | American Reporter

    Some conservatives in Congress are outraged over the idea that the Obama Administration could thwart their plans to threaten blow up the economy if the President doesn't approve steep cuts to Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid. But there are a few conservatives who remember who won last November's presidential election and are willing to take President Obama at his word when he said that he's not going to negotiate with the Republican leadership in Congress who want to link a vote on the federal debt ceiling to making those cuts in social welfare spending.


  18. Verizon agrees to $5 million settlement with FCCRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The Hill

    Verizon agreed to pay a $5 million settlement stemming from its initial failure to investigate why some customers' calls were not getting through to rural areas. The Federal Communications Commission announced the settlement Monday, the fourth of its kind since the commission adopted rules on the subject in 2013.


  19. IRS imposter complaints up more than 2,300% in 2014, says FTCRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | ITworld

    The scams that plague the IRS were on display again this week as the Federal Trade Commission said the number of consumer complaints about criminals impersonating IRS officials was nearly 24 times more than in 2013. "We've seen an explosion of complaints about callers who claim to be IRS agents - but are not," said Jessica Rich, director of the FTC's Bureau of Consumer Protection in a statement.


  20. TREASURIES-Bonds end on soft note as snowstorm slows tradingRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Reuters

    U.S. Treasury debt prices slipped on Monday ahead of $90 billion of fixed-rate supply and a Federal Reserve meeting later this week in a session marked by low volumes as a major winter storm hit the New York area. Treasuries had begun the day on a stronger footing after investors spooked by Greece's newly elected government ignited a modest flight-to-quality bid, briefly knocking yields on the U.S. 30-year bond to a record low.