Do these lunkheads really know how many people are out of work, I don’t think so, all they know is they still have their jobs, and their steady income, and as long as they have that they don’t care about the American worker.
By Steven C. Johnson Steven C. Johnson – Wed Sept. 2.
Additional reporting by Richard Leong, Gertrude Chavez-Dreyfuss, Ellen Freilich, Ryan Vlastelica and Lynn Adler; Editing by James Dalgleish
NEW YORK (Reuters) – The United States lost fewer private sector jobs … Continue reading →
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By CHRIS KAHN, AP Energy Writer
NEW YORK – Nearly seven miles below the Gulf of Mexico, oil company BP has tapped into a vast pool of crude after digging the deepest oil well in the world. The Tiber Prospect is expected to rank among the largest petroleum discoveries in the United States, potentially producing half as much crude in a day as Alaska’s … Continue reading →
By CHARLES BABINGTON, Associated Press Writer
Associated Press writers Alan Fram and Ben Feller in Washington, Mike Glover in Iowa, and Mead Gruver in Wyoming contributed to this report.
WASHINGTON – Hoping to salvage his politically endangered health care overhaul, President Barack Obama will give a State of the Union-style address featuring fresh and more detailed arguments … Continue reading →
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By NATE JENKINS, Associated Press Writer – Thu Sep 3
LINCOLN, Neb. – Humans may not be the only ones guarding against swine flu by the time cold weather ushers in influenza season. The flu namesakes could also be getting new vaccinations.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has given several animal vaccine manufacturers the “master seed virus” from the swine flu strain now circulating among humans. At least one of the … Continue reading →