Camouflage costs lead to military dispute

Jul 18, 2013
Budget-cutters see savings in standardizing the combat uniform of the various branches, sparking grumbles among rank in file
Posted In: military waste, miltary

DOMA's death changes economic life today

Jun 26, 2013
The Supreme Court's ruling striking down DOMA will change federal tax and social security benefits for legally married gay and lesbian couples around the country.
Posted In: DOMA, gay marriage, Supreme Court, benefits

How Americans think about the economy and their lives

Jan 31, 2013
When asked about how the economy directly impacts their lives, most Americans give the obvious answers -- and a couple of surprises too.
Posted In: Economy, health care, energy bills, debt ceiling

Senator Michael Bennet on immigration reform

Jan 30, 2013
Colorado's junior senator and member of the Senate's 'Gang of Eight' discusses the push for immigration reform.
Posted In: Immigration, Senate, colorado

Henry Ford: The Steve Jobs of his time

Jan 29, 2013
A new documentary looks at the life and work of Henry Ford, one of the greatest innovators in U.S. history.
Posted In: Ford, history, cars, pbs

Nation's mayors press for new gun laws on Capitol Hill

Jan 17, 2013
Mayors Against Illegal Guns has 800 members. They want gun laws that restrict the flow of illegal guns to criminals.
Posted In: gun control, Michael Bloomberg

Obama: Put someone in charge of gun-regulating agency

Jan 17, 2013
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms hasn't had a permanent director in six years. President Obama called for confirmation of his nominee as part of his gun-safety proposals.
Posted In: Barack Obama, gun control, Newtown

Hurricane Sandy could cost billions in damages

Oct 29, 2012
Hurricane Sandy is expected to cause widespread power outages in the Northeast, where utility companies and other businesses are still recovering from the last big storm.
Posted In: Hurricane Sandy, electricity, storm

Stern to step down, after transforming NBA's business

Oct 26, 2012
NBA commissioner David Stern will step down in 2014 after 30 years at the league's helm. In that time, it transformed from an also-ran sport into a $5 billion a year business with a global following.
Posted In: Sports, basketball, NBA

Scott Borchetta: Country music maverick or anti-Christ?

Sep 28, 2012
Scott Borchetta, the music executive who founded Big Machine Records, has turned country music on its head. And not just in the artists he's discovered (including Taylor Swift) but in the deals he's negotiated.
Posted In: Music, Industry, downloads
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