11/25/13 08:34 AM
The USCIS is easing the rules for Filipino nationals to “establish or maintain” lawful status in the wake of the typhoon that ravaged that country. Last Friday, the agency announced that it would allow overstayed Filipino nonimmigrants to change or extend status, expedite requests by Filipino...
11/24/13 02:06 AM
(www.nytimes.com) The Senate vote to end filibusters for most presidential nominees is just one symptom of the deep level of dysfunction coursing through Congress less than a year before midterm elections.
11/23/13 11:45 AM
(www.washingtonpost.com) The health care program is shaping up as one of the early litmus tests for GOP presidential hopefuls.
11/22/13 01:27 PM
(www.thestreet.com) The merger of US Airways and American likely will mean that one of two flight attendant unions must go, and the American union is twice as big as the US Airways union.
11/22/13 09:40 AM
(www.businessweek.com) Campaigning for vice president in 2012, Paul Ryan learned firsthand what happens to politicians who dare to propose taking money from old people. One of Ryan’s big themes was the need to reform entitlement programs so the rising costs of Social Security, Medicare, and...
11/22/13 09:10 AM
(blogs.wsj.com) The Department of Labor launched an initiative to develop a list of books that have helped shape the U.S. workplace and culture.
11/22/13 09:09 AM
OAKLAND -- In the latest twist in BART's tortured labor negotiations, the transit agency's directors on Thursday risked another strike by rejecting a costly paid family leave provision that they say was mistakenly included in the final contract. Union leaders slammed the move but were mum on...
11/22/13 08:57 AM
(dealbook.nytimes.com) A tax proposal released on Thursday by the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, Max Baucus, addresses a topic that tends to make my students’ eyes glaze over: cost recovery.
11/22/13 08:50 AM
(www.theatlantic.com) A powerful, well-organized coalition did everything it could, with no results. Now advocates are preparing to shift from lobbying to revenge.
11/21/13 09:43 AM
After Army veteran Eddie Creed died at the Seattle VA hospital in April 2012, his loved ones awaited official word: Why had he received a lethal overdose of morphine in his sleep there? The VA still hasn't released the independent investigation it commissioned concerning his accidental overdose.
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