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New York Fed target of alleged bomb plot

Oct 17, 2012
The FBI has arrested a man after they say he tried to detonate a bomb in a van parked outside the Fed building in Lower Manhattan.
Posted In: New York Federal Reserve, FBI

Could the candidates answer these questions in tonight's debate?

Oct 16, 2012
Foreign Policy magazine put together a list of questions they'd ask if they were in the town hall presidential debate tonight.
Posted In: debate

Read the memorandum of understanding for tomorrow's presidential debate

Oct 15, 2012
Nothing about chilled Evian water in the waiting rooms or colored M&Ms, but it's a pretty good read.
Posted In: debate

Election boosts Postal Service through one more month

Oct 12, 2012
The post office said today it's going to make it through the month without going broke, thanks to the presidential election.
Posted In: Postal Service

Resale value for a canceled wedding?

Oct 11, 2012
A company offers a second life for called-off nuptials.
Posted In: wedding

FedEx to restructure to cut costs

Oct 10, 2012
The shipping company said it could boost its bottom line by nearly $2 billion.
Posted In: fedex

Jack Welch quits Fortune, Reuters columnist gigs

Oct 9, 2012
The former chief executive of General Electric received criticism from both Fortune and Reuters.com after insinuating on Twitter that the White House manipulated the monthly jobs report.
Posted In: Jack Welch

Soda companies to post calories at vending machines

Oct 8, 2012
Coca-Cola, Dr. Pepper and Pepsi will roll out special vending machines next year.
Posted In: Coca-cola, soda, calorie

Monopoly the movie?

Oct 5, 2012
Unfortunately, "Battleship" wasn't the last board game-turned-movie.
Posted In: Monopoly, games, movies

Things that billions of people use

Oct 4, 2012
Facebook has a billion users. What other things are in the 10-digit use territory?
Posted In: Facebook, Microsoft Office

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