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Today's Wall Street Not Much Different From 2008

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Regardless of how Europe resolves its debt crisis, changes are needed. Like the U.S., Europe's road to recovery is likely to be long and difficult. As European markets get closer to...

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On Broadway, John Turturro Offers Three For One

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Actor John Turturro is best known for roles in movies by Spike Lee, the Coen Brothers and others, but this month he's making his debut as a Broadway director. Turturro is directing ...

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Occupy Wall Street, Tea Party: United In Distrust

Saturday, October 22, 2011

The movements may disagree on many issues, but they seem to have similar opinions on the bank bailout, the federal deficit and the influence of corporations and money on Congress. ...

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Journey From N.Y. To Be Somalia's Prime Minister

Saturday, October 22, 2011

In September 2010, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed had a job with the city government in Buffalo. Before the end of the year, he was in Mogadishu, fulfilling an obligation he felt to help change the situation in his homeland.

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Amid Breast Cancer Month, Is There Pink Fatigue?

Sunday, October 16, 2011

It's October and one color dominates the landscape — it's not fall gold or Halloween orange – but pink, the color of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. But what if your breast ...

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Eating Healthy: Whose Choice Should It Be?

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Restaurants are introducing calorie counts on menus and smaller portions to help consumers make healthier choices. But some consumers think that limits choice, and nutrition experts s...

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The Fight To Save The U.S. Postal Service

Saturday, October 01, 2011

Just in the last four years mail volume is down 20 percent, so the agency is struggling to reinvent itself. That could mean layoffs, post office closures and possibly the end of Saturday delivery.

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Glowing Kittens Help In Fight Against AIDS

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Millions of cats suffer and die from feline AIDS every year. Scientists have found a way to prevent infection by injecting cat eggs with monkey genes that block HIV infection. And to ...

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Economist: U.S. Skating On Thin Ice

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Lakshman Achuthan of the Economic Cycle Research Institute says all of his economic indicators point to more sputtering ahead. "The risk of a new recession is quite high," he says.

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Hiring Of Sharpton By MSNBC Follows Larger Trend

Sunday, August 28, 2011

Civil rights activist Rev. Al Sharpton will begin hosting MSNBC's 6 p.m. hour, starting Monday. Some suggest a black journalist would have been better suited for the gig, but a media ...

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Does Jobs Have Place In History Beside Edison, Ford?

Saturday, August 27, 2011

Comparisons can be drawn between the former Apple CEO and other great innovators like Thomas Edison and Henry Ford, both technological titans in American history.

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How A Recession Rewires Your Tolerance For Risk

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Financial advisers say people in their twenties should invest heavily in equities since they have the greatest tolerance for risk. But since the stock market crash of 2008, young inve...

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