Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Headlines in the News April 15, 2015

What Happened When Maine Forced Welfare Recipients To Work For Their Benefits?
The Six Too Big To Fail Banks In The U.S. Have 278 TRILLION Dollars Of Exposure To Derivatives
Q1 GDP Expectations Are Crashing
David Morgan James Turk Global Collapse with a Golden Backlash
Fed Official Warns ‘Flash Crash’ Could Be Repeated
Storey’s Basic Country Skills: A Practical Guide to Self-Reliance
Good-Bye April 15Th!
Lone Survivor
Combat Shotgun
TSA Screeners At DIA Manipulated System To Grope Men’s Genitals ISIS Camp a Few Miles from Texas, Mexican Authorities Confirm
Jade Helm 15 exercise, Colorado backs out
Whatcha Gonna Do When They Come for You? (Part One)
Ron Paul: Watch out. Dollar's in a 'huge bubble'
Why one CEO raised the minimum wage at his company to $70,000 a year
U.S. Shale Oil Output Set to Fall
Greece and the Euro Breakup; Why the US Dollar Is Facing an Even Bigger Crisis
Target nears $20 million MasterCard data breach settlement
Ford plans $2.5-billion investment in Mexico, sources say
JPMorgan Loses Bid to Renew Security of $1.5 Billion GM Loan
Hank Paulson: U.S. tax system is a “disgrace”
HUD Awards $36 Million in Housing Counseling Grants to Prevent Foreclosures
Economic Conundrum: Weak Inflation vs. Slow Retail Sales
BlackRock CEO Laurence Fink To Corporate Execs: Stop Dancing To Wall Street's Tune
China’s growth poised to fall below 7%
47% of Americans Can’t Save Any Money
Obama to take Cuba off US terror list
$5.9 billion profit for JPMorgan Chase: Happy now, Jamie Dimon?
Top 1% Pay Half Of The Income Tax
Labor Dept. Pledges $13 Million to Promote Employment for Youth--in El Salvador, Honduras
Americans Are Spending More To Dine Out Than On Groceries For The First Time
The Fed Never Learnsâ€"â€"Another Inventory Dump Is Brewing
It's Tax-plicated: Complexity Rising with Obamacare Burden
America's Poor Rich Middle Class
Which Fortune 500 Companies Pay No Taxes
Greece Out of Funds by Month End â€" Default and Drachma Imminent?
Economists Still Think Economics Is the Best
The Six Too Big To Fail Banks In The U.S. Have 278 Trillion Dollars Of Exposure To Derivatives
'Sharing economy' apps to boom with their lure of cheap and easy
USDollar/USDX Index

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