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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - U.S. Small Business Administration
A resource fair will be held to help veterans with education, jobs, training, health care and other issues.
Federal loans are available to small businesses in Iron and Vilas counties that struggled due to excessive rain and cold temperatures last April.
Businesses, residents and certain nonprofits in 19 Indiana counties recovering from the November tornado outbreak can receive low-interest federal disaster loans.
West Virginia small businesses and nonprofit groups affected by the Jan. 9 chemical spill are eligible to apply for low-interest loans from the federal government.
Indiana is seeking low-interest federal loans for three counties hit by tornadoes and other severe weather that swept the state in mid-November.
A federal agency is set to open a loan center in Shelton to help residents and businesses who were affected by a fire that tore through a downtown Shelton apartment building.
Small businesses in three Virginia counties that sustained losses because of rain and flooding this month can apply for federal disaster loans.
BEDFORD, N.H. (AP) — The acting administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration is joining Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in New Hampshire to hear from female business leaders about the challenges they face.
As the federal government shutdown drags on, President Obama on Thursday held a campaign-style event at a suburban Maryland construction company, excoriating House Republicans for what he said was a "reckless" failure to negotiate a deal.
Two years after his call for government efficiency brought limited results, President Obama vowed Monday to try again, saying this time he would make agencies work "smarter."
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is refusing to provide money to help rebuild the small Texas town where a deadly fertilizer plant explosion leveled numerous homes and a school and killed 15 people.
The majority partner of the company running the D.C. Lottery had boasted on its corporate website of general contracting experience from federal jobs it did not perform for government clients who had never heard of it, according to a review by The Washington Times.