Artículos de la Categoría " Gobierno "

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    Small Relief In Job Numbers

    The January jobs report showed the economy losing 20,000 jobs, but there was some good news. The unemployment rate actually declined last month. Monthly job losses have declined sharply from a year ago, but employers are still very reluctant to …



  • New Deductions, Credits for 2009 Taxes

    WASHINGTON – More forms to file. New and expanded credits and deductions.

    When taxpayers sit down to file their 2009 returns, they will find plenty new — some the result of adjusting for inflation, and others changes passed by Congress …



  • Dodd, D-Conn., retiring from Senate; AG to run

    EAST HADDAM, Conn. – Christopher Dodd, saying he was in “the toughest political shape” of his career, announced Wednesday he will retire from the U.S. Senate, ending a four-decade career in Congress.

    Dodd, speaking outside his home in East Haddam, …



  • Kerry becomes all-around adviser to Obama

    WASHINGTON – He’s not president, a Cabinet member or ambassador, but Sen. John Kerry has ascended to the unofficial role of President Barack Obama’s global adviser on key issues that could reshape the nation’s image around the world.

    Mediating Afghanistan’s …


  • Democrats urge GOP to back Sotomayor

    Senate Democratic leaders implored Republicans Wednesday to join them in voting to confirm Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor next week, warning the GOP would face painful political consequences for opposing the judge in line to become the first Hispanic justice.…


  • Comité votará el 28 de julio por sotomayor

    La comisión judicial del Senado de Estados Unidos acordó este martes que se pronunciará el 28 de julio sobre la candidatura de la jueza Sonia Sotomayor, nominada por el presidente Barack Obama a integrar la Corte Suprema.

    Luego, el Senado …


  • Implican a Palin en violaciones éticas!

    Alaska, Estados Unidos.- Un investigador independiente encontró evidencias de que la Gobernadora de Alaska, Sarah Palin, pudo haber violado leyes sobre ética al aceptar donaciones privadas para pagar sus deudas jurídicas.

    La ex candidata a la vicepresidencia, quien se prepara …


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