11/25/13 11:33 AM
(www.theguardian.com) Overnight agreement gives countries until first quarter of 2015 to publish plans for cutting greenhouse gases from 2020
11/25/13 11:30 AM
(dailycaller.com) Montana Democrat Sen. Max Baucus’ tax reform proposal takes aim at tax benefits enjoyed by the oil and gas industry, but makes no policy recommendations on renewable energy tax subsidies. Baucus,
11/25/13 11:10 AM
(blogs.edweek.org) Two-thirds of schools that entered the federal School Improvement Grant program in its first year have seen gains in student achievement, but another third saw declines or no change.
11/25/13 10:56 AM
(www.salon.com) The Science Guy weighs in on how teaching kids about evolution will impact the U.S. economy well into the future
11/25/13 10:52 AM
(www.stripes.com) The Military Times reports that while military and civilian personnel costs have grown by 78 percent between 2001 and 2012, the overall defense budget has been growing even faster, calling into question the emphatic calls from Pentagon brass to reduce personnel-related costs.
11/25/13 09:10 AM
Damon Silvers still remembers the pickles. In 2011, at a round-table discussion in Durham, N.C., the President’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness showcased biotech firms that weren’t planning to hire anybody, remnants of the textile industry, and an artisan pickle-maker. Silvers, the...
11/25/13 09:08 AM
Bay Gardens Retirement Village seemed to get worse every year. In 2005, state inspectors found filthy, reeking bathrooms, a raccoon living in the ceiling and a patient whose genitals had been bitten by ants. In 2007, they discovered a demented man, smeared in his own filth, plucking at his...
11/25/13 09:08 AM
Wisconsin has no specific policies regarding the use of informant — or snitch — testimony, which worries some state and national criminal justice experts.
11/25/13 09:01 AM
(online.wsj.com) In an interview at The Wall Street Journal's CEO Council conference, the former Treasury secretary talks about how Washington needs to focus less on deficits and more on the power of economic growth.
11/25/13 08:35 AM
(www.cnbc.com) While $54 a person is spent on financial marketing to American consumers, only $2 per person is spent to educate them on money matters.
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