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Well, that about does it.
A felon once imprisoned for fraud is raising money in the name of Herman Cain and profiting off of it through a company he owns. It is the second group raising large amounts of Cain cash that has a history of collecting millions of dollars through politically charged mailings and spending hardly any of it on politics.
A crew of Internet bandits devised an international scheme to hijack more than 4 million computers worldwide, manipulating traffic on Netflix, the Internal Revenue Service and other popular websites to generate at least $14 million in fraudulent advertising revenue, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.
How much pressure would it take before you would sell out your intellectual integrity? Those who are given responsibilities for developing and promoting sound public policy are subject to never-ending pressure by those in the political class to serve them rather than the public.
Washington is broken and must be completely overhauled to get America working again.
One year ago, the Stevens household made a huge decision to give up cable. What none of us knew, though, was just how expensive saving all that money would be.
The richest 1 percent of Americans have been getting far richer over the past three decades while the middle class and poor have seen their after-tax household income only crawl up in comparison, according to a government study
President Obama says he "can't wait" for Congress to do what it takes to address the jobs situation. Congressional lawmakers will prove this week that it can move pro-growth legislation. On Thursday, the House will take up bills that will repeal a burdensome tax requirement on government contractors and modify health care programs for the better. The White House had no choice on Tuesday but to support these good ideas.
A judge on Tuesday spared Michael Jackson's former general manager prison time after she tearfully blamed a failure to file her tax returns on being overwhelmed with handling the affairs of the pop superstar and her ailing mother.