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President Obama’s announcement of his plans for a restructured mortgage market was painful for those who remember the bubble and crash. It seems as though he learned nothing from this disaster.

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DES MOINES, Iowa — Condemnation from across the political spectrum was directed at Republican Rep. Steve King of Iowa on Wednesday for after his comments labeling many undocumented immigrants as drug traffickers.

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Drug abuse often begins with legally prescribed pain medications for legitimate injuries, but so many of these drugs are habit-forming that it doesn’t take long for someone to get hooked.

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The Obama Administration released their National Drug Control Strategy in an attempt to address the salient issue of death by drug overdose: the now leading cause of accidental death in this country.

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After being notified that their children were being integrated without prior knowledge, Banneker parents sought out school administrators for answers but were instead given vague responses.

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“Horses are not bred for human consumption — they’re companion animals, similar to dogs or cats,” said Patrick Meehan, a Republican from Pennsylvania who has proposed a complete ban on the industry in the House of Representatives.

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Life in authoritarian states is likely to get tougher before it gets better as their citizens gain more access to the Internet, Google’s executive chairman Eric Schmidt said.

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WASHINGTON – The US Senate moved Monday toward expected approval of a bill that would subject online retailers to state sales taxes, cutting a advantage that helped them steal business from brick and mortar stores.

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IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde stepped up pressure Saturday on developed countries to both boost growth and undertake needed policy steps to put the crisis of five years ago firmly behind.

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Joan Bien – The story of the loss of 450 to 600 lives in just a few hours in the black of a moonless night in Ventura County has been largely ignored. The hubris of Mulholland was emblematic of the way Los Angeles devoured whatever it needed,

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