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The debate over health care reform has been mostly a theoretical affair, complex, abstract and full of predictions that contradict one another. Amid this ambiguity, one fact is unequivocal and unprecedented.
The Labor Department said Thursday that new claims dropped by 29,000 to 429,000, the lowest level since August 2008.
New evidence of a slowing economic rebound emerged Thursday in reports that manufacturing activity is slowing after helping drive the early stages of the recovery.
Michael Moore is an artistic and intellectual thief.
The crash-test dummies who promoted auto safety for 25 years in public service TV ads are headed to the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.
Two decades ago, when I bought Bison Gear & Engineering, a manufacturer of small motors used in everything from soft-drink dispensers to meat slicers, railway gates and hospital equipment, we had 50 employees, a small customer list and a small suburban Chicago facility. Today, Bison has hundreds of loyal customers in North America, Europe and Asia, about 240 employees, a large and modern production facility in St. Charles, Ill., and plans for expansion. But now all of that is threatened.
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood criticized a fledgling lobbying campaign on Wednesday, which he said was working to undermine his campaign to limit drivers' use of cell phones and other electronic devices while behind the wheel.
U.S. automakers topped their foreign counterparts for the first time in a new survey.