'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
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Actor Gary Sinise has years of experience helping the nation's veterans and first responders. Today, The Gary Sinise Foundation has taken that advocacy to a new level. Whether it's through his concerts with the Lt. Dan Band or by building "smart homes" for wounded war fighters, his work demonstrates that the nation's responsibility to its troops extends well beyond Memorial Day.
GE is buying 2,000 plug-in hybrid cars from Ford for its corporate fleet.
One of my greatest pleasures is causing the noggins of fuzzy-headed simpletons to spin 'round and 'round. It is the definition of efficiency, as it simply takes a statement of truth and logic to set them off.
Solid U.S. corporate earnings and higher spirits in Europe propelled U.S. stocks higher Tuesday.
General Electric Co. plans to hire 5,000 veterans over the next five years and invest $580 million to expand its aviation business.
Suspended Cincinnati forward Yancy Gates apologized to everyone, from his family to his entire hometown, for throwing punches that left much more than just a bloody gash below the eye of a Xavier player.
Cincinnati forward Yancy Gates got a six-game suspension on Sunday for throwing punches during a brawl with No. 8 Xavier in the closing minute of their annual crosstown rivalry game.
With two new products, Skype has made it easier to make Internet calls from home phones, for savings on international calls and potentially also domestic ones.
As the economic recovery stalls and the debt debate in Washington fuels market uncertainty, business leaders — many of whom were once close to the White House — are increasingly airing their fears that President Obama's policies are stifling job creation.
President Obama sounded agreeable to any and all job-creation proposals Monday — even curbing litigation by environmentalists — as he met with his Jobs Council here to field suggestions from industry leaders.
The bookshelves of Uganda's top opposition leader reveal his ambitions: "The Audacity of Hope" by Barack Obama. "Winning" by former GE chief Jack Welch. Kizza Besigye's books are mostly about grass-roots mobilization and effective communication - skills that he is putting to the test as he tries to mobilize the masses against President Yoweri Museveni. These efforts have gotten him arrested four times in three weeks, most recently last Thursday, when police fired tear gas to disperse thousands of his supporters.
GE is taking aim at the world's biggest solar company in a bid to expand into a fast-growing renewable energy market.
The F-35 fighter jet's alternate engine has survived White House veto threats and knock-down congressional budget battles, but on Thursday the Pentagon finally said it is halting spending — delivering a major, albeit short-term, victory to President Obama.
President Barack Obama is heading to friendly territory to push his plan to spend billions more on education, meeting with Apple's ailing leader Steve Jobs and the chiefs of Facebook and Google in the San Francisco Bay area.
When the homeowner of tomorrow steps in her front door after a long day at the office, she'll be able to enjoy just the right lighting, soft music and seasonally appropriate heat or air conditioning, all primed and ready for her at the touch of a button - a touch she made while still in her car on the way home.