NBC dumps Donald Trump

By -NO AUTHOR- (MONEY.CNN) — NBCUniversal, under pressure from an array of Hispanic groups, is severing its business ties to presidential candidate Donald Trump. The Miss USA pageant, scheduled for July 12, will no longer air on the network. Nor will the Miss Universe pageant, scheduled for next January. Both pageants were, until now, jointly […]

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State Dept. kicks out reporter, threatens arrest

By -NO AUTHOR- (FREEBEACON) — VIENNA—Officials with the Department of State threatened to call security Monday on a Washington Free Beacon reporter who was attempting to report on a briefing held by senior Obama administration figures in Vienna on the eve of an expected nuclear agreement with Iran. Two State Department officials booted the Free […]

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Jack Mozloom: No Kidding: This Week IRS Starts Punishing Businesses for Helping Workers Buy Insurance

By admin The National Federation of Independent Business 06/29/15 http://www.nfib.com/article/suranc-69940/ An obscure IRS rule takes effect on Wednesday under which small businesses that get caught helping their workers buy insurance or pay medical bills can be fined 18 times more than larger employers that don’t provide coverage at all, warned the National Federation of Independent […]

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Supreme Court to rehear affirmative-action case

By -NO AUTHOR- Washington (CNN)The Supreme Court agreed Monday to hear next term a major affirmative action case concerning a program at a public university that takes race into consideration as one factor for admissions. The decision marks the second time the Court has agreed to hear a challenge from a Texas woman, Abigail Fisher, […]

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Supremes overturn EPA’s power-plant rules

By Cheryl Chumley Washington coal facility near Sandersville, Ga. The U.S. Supreme Court, in a 5-4 ruling, slapped down the Environmental Protection Agency’s landmark air-quality regulation, criticizing the federal entity for failing to take into consideration how its implementation would hike costs. The justices said in a ruling released Monday the EPA went above and […]

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