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The long, grim struggle for the long-term unemployed

As of August 2014  three million Americans had been unemployed for more than six months. Over two million have been unemployed for more than a year. The only incremental improvement: the percentage of those out of work and looking for the past six months or more has declined, from 46% of the total unemployed in 2010, to

Radisson, Anheuser-Busch press NFL on violence issues

Small cracks are appearing in the corporate community’s do-nothing stance on the NFL’s recent off-the-field problems. The Radisson hotel chain announced Monday night the suspension of  its sponsorship of the Minnesota Vikings in light of the Adrian Peterson child abuse case, “effective immediately …  in light of our long-standing commitment to the protection of children.”

The Koch Brothers’ schools curriculum

We know who and what Charles and David Koch spend their political money on, the think tanks they pay to think their way and their designs on the media. Now we’re learning about their latest target: the minds of the young. According to the Center for Public Integrity, the Koch brothers have spent tens of

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