Brian Naylor

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Toyota, Justice Department Reach Settlement On Recall

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

The Justice Department announced Wednesday that it has reached a billion-dollar agreement with Toyota, settling a federal probe into the company's handling of a recall for faulty gas pedals.

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U.S. Checks For Stolen Passports, But Other Nations Fall Short

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Two men apparently boarded Malaysia Airlines flight 370 with stolen passports. The U.S. has safeguards to prevent that from happening on U.S.-bound flights, but other nations are not as diligent.

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Government Printing Office Is Churning Out Less Paper

Thursday, March 06, 2014

The government is saving money by offering more online services. But some worry that seniors and other without access to the Internet are being left behind.

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Behind The Curtain At The Clinton White House

Friday, February 28, 2014

The Clinton Presidential Library is releasing thousands formerly secret documents that date back to the Clinton presidency. They offer close look at the operations of the Clinton White House.

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Feeling The Fiscal Squeeze, EPA Seeks To Slim Down

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

The Environmental Protection Agency is offering buyouts to some of its employees. The move comes as a number of federal agencies, under pressure from the sequester, are trying to slim their budgets.

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Up Next For Joe Biden, A Busy Year — And A Choice

Saturday, December 28, 2013

This was a busy year for Vice President Joe Biden: He was President Obama's point man on gun control; he traveled widely, pushing for infrastructure spending; and he recently returned form a trip to Asia, where he met with the leaders of China, Japan and South Korea.

In 2014, Biden ...

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FCC Proposes AM Radio Changes To Give The Band A Boost

Tuesday, December 03, 2013

AM radio once played a central role in American life. The family would gather around the Philco to hear the latest Western or detective drama. The transistor radio was where baby boomers first heard the Beatles and other Top 40 hits. And, of course, there's no better way to take ...

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How Kennedy's Assassination Changed The Secret Service

Thursday, November 07, 2013

Nov. 22 will mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, a moment that left an indelible mark on those who remember it.

It also permanently changed the agency charged with protecting the president — the U.S. Secret Service.

Looking back at the images ...

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'Loyal Soldier' Sebelius Vows To Stay Put, Fix HealthCare.gov

Saturday, October 26, 2013

This has not been an easy month for Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.

Republican Sen. Pat Roberts of Kansas — who learned the political ropes working for Sebelius' father-in-law, then a Kansas congressman — called for her to step down over the debut of HealthCare.gov, the problem-plagued ...

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Cincinnati's Airport: Best In The U.S.?

Monday, September 02, 2013

In the grand days of railroad travel, passengers arrived in monumental terminals. There was grandeur, style and comfort — qualities that today's equivalent for long-distance travel, the airport, mostly lack. Especially in the United States.

In a survey of international travelers by the British firm Skytrax, not a single U.S. ...

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Sleepy, Southern And Segregated: What D.C. Was Like In '63

Monday, August 26, 2013

Fifty years ago this week, when hundreds of thousands of demonstrators came from across the country to take part in the 1963 March on Washington, the city was not yet the cosmopolitan capital that it arguably is today.

But it was a mecca for African-Americans, says historian Marya McQuirter.

"Washington ...

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Hitting The Road Without A Driver

Monday, August 19, 2013

The cars we drive have gotten ever more sophisticated. They can just about park themselves; they tell us if we're drifting out of our lane; they can prevent skids. Some even automatically apply the brakes if they sense that a collision is imminent.

Engineers at Carnegie Mellon University in ...

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